Presentation T4L – NSW DET SOE (PowerPoint)

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					T4L – NSW DET SOE
                  NSW DET SOE
   SOE was developed in open consultation with
    TAFE, Schools, Other personnel
   Developed to provide single BASE image
    across DET
       Schools
       TAFE
       Admin

   Consultation took place online in Term 4,
    2004.
   Ongoing consultation to improve SOE
   http://nsi.tafensw.edu.au/ictstandards/.
           Why an SOE?

 Common environment
 Standard base image across Region
 Reduce support requirements
 Consistency across region
 Existing solutions implemented meeting
  school requirements.
    What is in the SOE (Apple)

 OS-X 10.3.8             Acrobat 7
                          Worldbook 2004
 MS Office 2004
                          iLife
 Symantec Antivirus
                            Garageband
  9.03
                            iMovie
 Appleworks 6
                            iPhoto
                            iDVD.
    What is in the SOE (Win)

 MS Windows XP Service Pack 2
 MS Office 2003 + FrontPage 2003, SP1
 MS Photo Story 3
 MS Encarta Reference Library 2005 (for
  K-6)
 Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition
  9.0 (V10 in SOE 2.7).
    What is in the SOE (Cont)

 Acrobat Reader 7
 Java Runtime
 Quicktime
 CD/DVD Authoring Software
       Nero - (ASI)
 Recovery System
 Webservices Switcher
 All known security patches.
        What else is on the HDD

   C:\Detapps\Support
     Drivers to support Vendor’s model
     Novell Client & Zenworks Desktop Agent
     Support Scripts
     Altiris Client
     Firefox.
             SOE – Security

 Service Pack 2 Installed + all security
  patches up to date of SOE build
 SAV Definitions as of Build Date
 SUS and SAV set to get updates from
  ITD by default
     SAV is “Lightly Managed”
     Can be changed to point to school servers
      if local SUS/WUS/SAV server exists.
         SOE – 1 Unit – HDD

   3 Partitions
     C: Sysvol                          40 Gb
     Recovery Partition (Hidden)        20 Gb
     Unused Partition – for later use   20 Gb
   CD/DVD drive mapped to z:.
          SOE – 1.5 Unit – HDD

   Drive 1 - 3 Partitions
     C: Sysvol                          40 Gb
     Recovery Partition (Hidden)        20 Gb
     Unused Partition – for later use   20 Gb
   Drive 2 – 120 Gb
       For video files
   CD/DVD drive mapped to z:.
    SOE – 1 Unit Laptop– HDD

 1 Partition
 No Recovery system due to drive
  space.
 CD/DVD drive mapped to z:.
    Setting Up - 1st time or After
          restore to Original
 Computers must be plugged into
  network when first turned on (or
  restored to Original)
 Detects IP settings if DHCP present
       If no DHCP detected – prompts for school
        code
   Prompts for Computer Name
       SR<code><building><number>
          SR4488B012

       Name must be < 15 Characters.
                Setting Up

   If script does not run
     Download and run UpdatePC.exe
     http://esdt.det.nsw.edu.au.
 Warning UpdatePC.exe

  DO NOT RUN
 updatepc.exe
on any computers
  other than t4l
    computers
 Especially SERVERS!
         UpdatePC Script

 Updates SAV
 Synchronises system time to DET Time
  Server
 Applies any updates to SOE
 Builds recover menu
 Creates Student User
 Sets Administrator Password to
  <Scode>local.
           Setting up (cont)

 Join Windows Domain (If required)
 Install Novell Client + Zenworks (If
  required)
 Install local licensed software
 Install and configure printers


   Capture a current recovery image.
    To Change the Boot Menu time

 Original Rollout image
 Boot time menu set to 30 Seconds


   Suggest time be changed to 5 Sec.
             Recovery System

   Boot menu displays 2 options
     Microsoft XP Professional
     Rebuild

   Rebuild
     Quick Restore from Current image
     Restricted
         Restore from Current, Previous, Original
         Create new Current image
         Run Ghost Console.
             Windows Domains
   If the PC has been joined to a Windows
    domain you must run the following registry
    patch BEFORE capturing an image.
    C:\DETapps\Support\Source\~scripts\dompassw.reg

       By default, Windows automatically changes the
        password on the local computer account at regular
        intervals
       When you restore an image it will have an 'old'
        domain computer account password and so the
        Windows domain will reject the computer ie.
        prevent the PC from rejoining the domain again
       NB. This is the domain computer account and NOT
        a user account.
        Ghosting T4L Computers
 Can not boot from a floppy disk as
  previously.
 Network drivers need to be added to
  recovery partition
       ASIRecoveryUpdate.exe

   After image deployment, the rebuild
    menu may need fixing -
    recoveryfix.bat.
    Preparing a Workstation for
             Ghosting
 Start and commission Workstation
 Create a new local admin user – Build
 Login as build
 Install all required software
 Start and configure all applications
 Login as admin user (not build)
 Copy Build profile to default user
 Seal computer with sysprep OR use
  NEWSID after restart.
        Ghosting Workstations
 Restart computer and choose Rebuild
 Choose restricted:Console
 Select Multcast
 Start Multicast server from workstation
 Take image
 Distribute image
 Restart each computer
     If sysprep was not used, use NEWSID
     Run recoveryfix.bat
                Problems

   Refer to ESDT site.
       FAQ


   http://esdt.det.nsw.edu.au.
               Known Issues

   UpdatePC.exe needs to be run on all
    T4L PCs.
       Must be connected to Net
   Site Misidentified
       Download and run rerun.exe
   Internet Problems
       Download and run Webswitchreg.reg .
                    Passwords

   Administrator: <scode>local
       1234local
   Student: no password

   Recovery password: $admin.

				
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