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Windows 10 and Enterprise MobilityTrial Account RegistrationThis document will take you through the process of signing up for the trial accounts andsubscriptions necessary for completing the Windows 10 EMS Labs.1 Page

OverviewYou will complete the following objectives. Sign up for a Microsoft Account Redeem an Azure Pass and sign up for an Azure Trial Setup an Office 365 E3 Trial Setup a Microsoft Intune Trial Add your Tenant Directory to your Azure SubscriptionTable 1 outlines the requirements for completing this module.Table 1. Module requirementsVirtual machines W10-Client W10-Edge W10-IiSPhysical devicesNo physical devices arerequired in this module.Subscriptions and accounts No subscriptions are required forthis lab2 Page

Exercise 1: Setup Trials and AccountsMicrosoft AccountDescriptionActionCreate a Microsoft Account1. On the virtual machine W10-W10Client, login using thefollowing credentials.Username: W10UserPassword: Passw0rd!2. Launch Internet Explorer by clicking the Start buttonand typing Internet3. Launch Edge by clicking the Edge browser icon on theTaskbarIt may be necessary to use both Browsers and PrivateBrowser sessions. To Start a Private Session use(CTL SHIFT P)4. Navigate to http://www.outlook.com5. Click on Sign Up Now6. Create a new account with a unique ID, for exampleW10EMCLabs (your initials)@outlook.com7. For Password type Passw0rd!0128. Make a note of your email address and password9. Fill in the remainder of the required information andthen click Create Account10. On the Welcome to your Inbox, click Continue to Inbox3 Page

DescriptionAction11. Keep your browser open and stay logged into yourMicrosoft AccountRedeem your Azure PassDescriptionActionRedeem your Azure Pass.Open another Tab in your browser and browse tohttps:// www.windowsazurepass.comYou should have been given anAzure Pass as part of your classattendance pack.12. Select your countryThe promotional code on thepass should be alpha-numeric.13. Paste in your promotional code and then click Submit14. Click Sign In15. The information for your Outlook Account should prepopulate, if it does not then type in the accountinformation from the previous task16. Click Submit17. Click Activate18. Agree to the Terms and Conditions, enter a PhoneNumber, and click Sign Up19. Wait for about 1 minute and then click the Click here toRefresh link20. After the account is provisioned the Microsoft Azurelogin page will load21. Enter your password and click Sign In4 Page

Sign up for an Office 365 E3 TrialDescriptionActionProvision an Office 365 E3 TrialAccount.Using your other Browser or a Private Session, browse tohttp://office.microsoft.comThis should be performed on adifferent machine to the oneused for the Microsoft Accountand Azure Pass22. Click on For business23. Click on See plans & pricing24. Click on Office 365 Enterprise E3 from the topnavigation pane25. Click on Free Trial26. Fill in the required information, set your company toContoso27. For the Global Admin account, type Admin28. For domain name type ContosoXXXXX (replace the X’swith letters and/or numbers to make the domainunique)29. For password type Passw0rd!30. Make a note of the Global Admin account and password31. Click Next32. Type in your mobile phone number and click Text Me33. Type in the code that is sent to you and click Create myaccount34. Make a note of the Office 365 User ID and Sign In page5 Page

DescriptionAction35. Click You’re ready to go36. This should log you into the Office 365 Admin Portal37. Keep your browser openSetup a Microsoft Intune TrialDescriptionActionSign Up for a Microsoft IntuneTrialOpen another Tab in the browser you have open for theprevious taskNavigate to http://www.windowsintune.comClick Try nowClick Sign In (This is located at the end of the paragraphdirectly under Sign Up)Your 30 day Intune Trial is automatically provisioned andassociated with your Office 365 TenantClick try nowClick continueThis will log you into the Intune Account ConsoleYou may receive alerts warning of merging accounts andaccount expiration. Ignore these.Your https://account.manage.microsoft.com login forIntune will use the same credentials as your Office 365Account6 Page

Add your Tenant Directory to your Azure SubscriptionDescriptionActionAdd your tenant directory toyour Azure SubscriptionOpen a third Tab in the browser you have used in the previoustwo tasksNavigate to https://manage.windowsazure.comThe Azure portal will attempt to log you in using the Office365/Intune credentials so you should receive a “NoSubscriptions Found” messageClick Sign OutClick Sign InClick Use Another AccountEnter the email address you associated with your Azure Pass,this is the Microsoft Account created in the first taskEnter the Azure account passwordOnce Azure loads, Click NewClick App Services Active Directory Directory CustomCreateFrom the Directory dropdown menu, Select Use existingdirectory, check the box I am ready to be signed out now,then click FinishSign into your Azure Portal using your Office 365 CredentialsClick continueClick Sign out nowSign back in with your Azure Credentials7 Page

DescriptionActionClick on Active Directory in the Azure Navigation (you mayneed to scroll down on the left hand side)You should see the Contoso Directory listed with yourDefault Directory.8 Page

Windows 10 and EnterpriseMobilityDeploying Windows 10 using MicrosoftDeployment ToolkitThe exercises in this lab guide show how to deploy Windows 10 by using MicrosoftDeployment Toolkit (MDT) 2013 Update 1. In the first exercise, you will see how todeploy Windows 10 to new computer. In the second exercise, you will see how todeploy Windows 10 to a device running Windows 7, while retaining the user’ssettings and data.9 Page

Table of ContentsOverviewExercise 1: Deploying Windows 10 to a new computerOverview of the Deployment WorkbenchManaging deployment sharesManaging operating systemsManaging device driversManaging operating system packagesManaging appsManaging task sequencesManaging deployment configuration settingsCreating LTI bootable imagesDeploying Windows 10 and Office Professional Plus 2013Verifying deploymentExercise 2: Deploying Windows 10 to an existing device running Windows 7Reviewing the Windows 7 user stateReviewing the task sequenceDeploying Windows 10 and Office Professional Plus 2013Verifying deployment10 P a g e

OverviewThe exercises in this lab focus on deploying Windows 10 by using MDT to a new computer andrefreshing the operating system on an existing device running Windows 7 to Windows 10 byusing Lite Touch Installation (LTI). The big takeaway from the exercises in this lab is that you candeploy Windows 10 by using highly automated processes that help minimize the use of ITresources, reduce configuration errors, reduce complexity, and reduce the overall effort requiredto deploy Windows 10 and apps.The exercises in this lab include: Exercise 1: Deploying Windows 10 to a new device Exercise 2: Deploying Windows 10 to an existing device running Windows 7NOTE: This lab may take longer than 2 hours due to OS deployments in each exercise.Table 1 lists virtual machines used in this lab.Table 1. Virtual machines used in this labVirtualmachineDescriptionW10-DCDomain controller running Windows Server 2012 R2 for thecorp.contoso.com Active Directory (AD) domain. Also provides DomainName System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)services for the virtual machine environment.W10-CMMember server in the corp.contoso.com domain running System Center2012 R2 Configuration Manager Technical Preview and MDT 2013 Update 1.W10-WIN7Domain-joined running Windows 7 and Microsoft Office Professional Plus2013.W10-BM01New device with no operating system installed (bare metal).11 P a g e

Exercise 1: Deploying Windows 10 to a new computerThis exercise illustrates how to deploy Windows 10 to a new computer (or “bare metal”deployment) by MDT. In this exercise, you manage MDT deployment shares and the contentstored in a deployment share. After you populate the MDT deployment share, you deployWindows 10 to a new (“bare metal”) computer.In this first exercise, you use the LTI MDT deployment method. You can configure LTI to requirea minimal amount of user interaction (“lite touch”) or no user interaction (“zero touch”) at thetime you deploy Windows 10. LTI allows you to control the level of interaction required basedon the business and technical requirements of an organization.LTI has minimal infrastructure requirements, which means that organizations of any size can useit. LTI requires only basic network connectivity and file-sharing capability to performdeployments.You can perform LTI deployments over the network or by using media that is locally attached tothe target computer, such as DVDs or USB drives. This deployment flexibility allows you tomanage deployments regardless of the target computer connectivity.LTI has two primary UIs: the Deployment Workbench and the Deployment Wizard. You use theDeployment Workbench to manage LTI deployment content and deployment configurationsettings. You can run the Deployment Wizard optionally at the time of deployment to collectany deployment information that is specific to the target computer.Overview of the Deployment WorkbenchYou use the Deployment Workbench to manage MDT deployment shares and the MDTdatabase (MDT DB). A deployment share is a network shared folder that acts as a repository fordeployment content, MDT configuration files, and the MDT support files (such as scripts andother software).The Deployment Workbench uses wizards to create the deployment content in the deploymentshares. For each type of content, a wizard is available for importing or creating the content.The Deployment Workbench performs management tasks by calling the appropriate MDTWindows PowerShell cmdlets. This means you can write Windows PowerShell scripts to helpautomate the management tasks that you perform in the Deployment Workbench.12 P a g e

CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionStepsStart the DeploymentWorkbench1. Perform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:On the taskbar, click Deployment Workbench.Managing deployment sharesAs mentioned, a deployment share is a network shared folder that acts as a repository fordeployment content, MDT configuration files, and the MDT support files.You can create any number of deployment shares. You typically create a new deployment sharefor each set of desired configuration settings, which are stored in the CustomSettings.ini file, orfor different Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) configurations. Eachdeployment share has a unique CustomSettings.ini file and unique Windows PE configurationsettings.A deployment share contains built-in subfolders that correspond to the types of deploymentcontent that you can manage. A node in the Deployment Workbench corresponds to each typeof content you will manage.13 P a g e

CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionOpen the deploymentshare.StepsPerform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:1.In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/MDTDeployment Share (C:\DeploymentShare).2.In the console tree, expand MDT Deployment Share(C:\DeploymentShare).Each top-level node has a corresponding folder in the deployment share. For example,there is an Operating Systems node in the Deployment Workbench (and correspondingfolder in the deployment share) for managing operating systems and an Applicationsnode in the Deployment Workbench (and corresponding folder in the deployment share)for managing applications.To better organize deployment content, you can create subfolders beneath the top-levelnodes in a deployment share in the Deployment Workbench.Create a folder in theOperating Systems nodein the DeploymentWorkbench by using theNew Folder Wizard.3.In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/MDTDeployment Share (C:\DeploymentShare)/OperatingSystems.4.In the Actions pane, click New Folder.The New Folder Wizard starts.On the General Settings page, you specify the name of the folder you want to create. Forthis example, let’s assume you want to create a folder that will contain the 64-bit versionof all your operating systems. You enter the appropriate name, and then continue to thenext wizard page.Name the folder 64-BitOperating Systems.5.On the General Settings page, in Folder name, type 64Bit Operating Systems, and then click Next.On the Summary page, you can review the configuration settings that were selectedwhile running the wizard. In this case, you see the name of the new folder.14 P a g e

DescriptionNo configuration settingsneed to be changed onthis page.Steps6.On the Summary page, click Next.On the Confirmation wizard page, you can see the status of the folder-creation process.After you have reviewed the status, you can complete the wizard.On the Confirmationpage, complete thewizard.7.On the Confirmation page, click Finish.Managing operating systemsNext, see how to manage operating systems for LTI deployments. You import and storeoperating systems in the Operating Systems node and corresponding folder in the deploymentshare by using the Import Operating System Wizard. You can also use the ImportMDTOperatingSystem Windows PowerShell cmdlet to import operating systems.CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionStepsYou can import different types of operating systems by using the Import OperatingSystem Wizard, such as operating systems from source files (distribution media), capturedimages of reference computers, or images from Windows Deployment Services (WDS).Start the Import OperatingSystem Wizard.Perform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:8.In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/MDTDeployment Share(C:\DeploymentShare)/Operating Systems.9.In the Actions pane, click Import Operating System.The Import Operating System Wizard starts.On the OS Type wizard page, you can import different types of operating systems,operating systems from source files (distribution media), captured images of reference15 P a g e

DescriptionStepscomputers, or images from WDS. For this exercise, you import Windows 10 from sourcefiles, select Full set of source files.Select Full set of sourcefiles.10. On the OS Type page, click Full set of source files,and then click Next.On the Source page, specify the folder to which you copied the entire contents of aWindows 10 DVD.In Source directory, typeD:\Source \Windows 10.11. On the Source page, in Source directory, typeD:\Source \Windows 10, and then click Next.On the Destination page, specify the name of the directory that you should create in thedeployment share to contain the files. The wizard defaults to the name of the operatingsystem detected in the source folder. In this case, Windows 10 has already been imported,so change the name to a unique folder name.In Destination directoryname, type Windows 10x64 Contoso.12. On the Destination page, in Destination directoryname, type Windows 10 x64 Contoso, and then clickNext.On the Summary page, you can review the configuration settings that you selected whilerunning the wizard. In this case, you see the details of the Windows 10 operating system.Cancel the wizard becauseyou already imported theWindows 10 operatingsystem.13. On the Summary page, click Cancel.View the properties of theWindows 10 EnterpriseTechnical Preview inWindows 10 EnterpriseEvaluation x64 install.wimoperating system.15. In the details pane, right-click Windows 10 EnterpriseTechnical Preview in Windows 10 EnterpriseEvaluation x64 install.wim, and then click Properties.The Cancel Wizard dialog box appears.14. In the Cancel Wizard dialog box, click Yes.There is very little to configure in the properties of the operating system. All theinformation on this property sheet is automatically read from the operating system itselfand provided through the Import Operating System Wizard. For example, you can see in16 P a g e

DescriptionStepsthe Path and Image file settings where the wizard placed the operating system in thedeployment share.In addition to importing and looking at the properties of an operating system, you canperform typical management functions such as copying, pasting, deleting, or renaming. Asyou saw earlier, you can create a folder structure to help organize operating systemimages.Close the Windows 10Enterprise TechnicalPreview in Windows 10Enterprise Evaluation x64install.wim Propertiesdialog box by clickingCancel.16. In the Windows 10 Enterprise Technical Preview inWindows 10 Enterprise Evaluation x64 install.wimProperties dialog box, click Cancel.Managing device driversNow that you have added an operating system, you need to add device drivers for LTIdeployments. You can manage device drivers in the Out-of-Box Drivers node in the DeploymentWorkbench. You can import a number of devices drivers and organize them by creating theappropriate folder structure in the Deployment Workbench. After you import device drivers,they are stored beneath the Out-of-Box Drivers folder in the deployment share. You importdevice drivers by using the Import Device Drivers Wizard or the Import-MDTDriver WindowsPowerShell cmdlet to import device drivers.CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionStepsYou can import one or more device drivers by specifying the folder in which the devicedrivers reside. The wizard scans all subfolders beneath this folder for device drivers, soyou can create a hierarchy of device drivers, and then the wizard imports all device driversin the folder hierarchy.Start the Import Driver Wizard.Perform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:17 P a g e

DescriptionSteps17. In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/DeploymentShares/MDT Deployment Share(C:\DeploymentShare)/Out-of-Box Drivers.18. In the Actions pane, click Import Drivers.The Import Driver Wizard starts.On the Specify Directory page, you can import one or more device drivers by specifyingthe folder in which the device drivers reside. The wizard scans all subfolders beneath thisfolder for device drivers, so you can create a hierarchy of device drivers, and then thewizard imports all device drivers in the folder hierarchy.On the Specify Directory page,enter the path to the devicedrivers(D:\Source \DeviceDrivers).19. On the Specify Directory page, in Driver sourcedirectory, type D:\Source \DeviceDrivers, andthen click Next.On the Summary page, you can review the selected configuration settings. In this case,you see the folder that is the root of the folder structure where the device drivers arelocated.Review the configurationsettings.20. On the Summary page, click Next.On the Progress page, you can monitor and view the device drivers as they are beingimported.Review the device driver importprogress.21. On the Progress page, review the progress.On the Confirmation page, when the import process is complete, you can see the statusof the device driver import process.Close the Import Device DriverWizard by clicking Finish.22. On the Confirmation page, click Finish.23. In the details pane, right-click Intel Netw70n501.inf 1.2.5.37, and then click Properties.18 P a g e

DescriptionView the properties of the IntelNet w70n501.inf 1.2.5.37device driver.StepsThe Intel Net w70n501.inf 1.2.5.37 Propertiesdialog box for the imported device driver opens.On the General tab of the device driver properties, you can type comments about thedevice driver, select the device driver processor architecture, and enable (or disable) thedevice driver.Review the information on theGeneral tab, and then click theDetails tab.24. Click the Details tab.On the Details tab, you can see all the detailed information about the device driver. Allthis information was read from the device driver itself or provided when completing theImport Driver Wizard. For example, you can see in the INF path setting, in which thewizard placed the device driver in the deployment share.Review the information on theDetails tab, and then clickCancel.25. In the Intel Net w70n501.inf 1.2.5.37 Propertiesdialog box, click Cancel.Managing operating system packagesNext, you manage operating system packages. Operating system packages are most commonlylanguage packs. These language packs are installed with Windows 10 and allow users to selectlanguages that are different from the default language of the operating system. You canmanage operating system packages in the Packages node in the Deployment Workbench andthey are stored beneath the corresponding Packages folder in the deployment share. You canuse the Import OS Packages Wizard or the Import-MDTPackage Windows PowerShell cmdletto import operating system packages.19 P a g e

CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionStepsYou can import one or more operating system packages by specifying the folder in whichthe operating system packages reside. The wizard scans all subfolders beneath this folderfor operating system packages, so you can create a hierarchy of operating systempackages, and then the wizard imports all operating system packages in the folderhierarchy.Start the Import OS PackagesWizard.Perform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:26. In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/MDTDeployment Share(C:\DeploymentShare)/Packages.27. In the Actions pane, click Import OS Packages.The Import OS Packages Wizard starts.On the Specify Directory page, you can import one or more operating system packagesby specifying the folder in which the operating system packages reside. The wizard scansall subfolders beneath this folder for operating system packages, so you can create ahierarchy of operating system packages, and then the wizard imports all device drivers inthe folder hierarchy.On the Specify Directorypage, enter the path to thedevice drivers(D:\Source \Windows 10Language Packs).28. On the Specify Directory page, in Package sourcedirectory, type D:\Source \Windows 10 LanguagePacks, and then click Next.On the Summary page, you can review the selected configuration settings. In this case,you see the folder that is the root of the folder structure where the operating systempackages are located.Review the configurationsettings.29. On the Summary page, click Next.On the Progress page, you can view and monitor the operating system packages as theyare being imported.20 P a g e

DescriptionReview the operating systempackage import progress.Steps30. On the Progress page, review the progress.On the Confirmation page, when the import process is complete, you can see the statusof the operating system package import process.Close the Import OSPackages Wizard by clickingFinish.View the properties of theMicrosoft-Windows-ClientLanguagePack-Package frFR amd64 10.0.10061.0Language Pack operatingsystem package.31. On the Confirmation page, click Finish.32. In the details pane, right-click Microsoft-WindowsClient-LanguagePack-Package fr-FR amd6410.0.10061.0 Language Pack, and then clickProperties.The Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePackPackage fr-FR amd64 10.0.10061.0 Language Packdialog box for the imported operating system packageopens.There is very little that you can configure on the properties of the operating systempackage. On the General tab, you can type comments about the language pack, enter auser-friendly display name, hide the package in the Deployment Wizard, and enable (ordisable) the operating system package.Close the MicrosoftWindows-ClientLanguagePack-Package frFR amd64 10.0.10061.0Language Pack Propertiesdialog box by clickingCancel.33. In the Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePackPackage fr-FR amd64 10.0.10061.0 Language PackProperties dialog box, click Cancel.21 P a g e

Managing appsLTI also supports the ability to deploy apps as a part of the deployment process. Think of theseapps as being “integrated” with the image, and as deploying immediately following Windows 10deployment. You manage apps in the Applications node in the Deployment Workbench andstored beneath the Applications folder in the deployment share. As with other nodes, you cancreate a folder structure to help organize apps. You can use the New Application Wizard or theImport-MDTApplication Windows PowerShell cmdlet to create applications.Apps that LTI manages are designed to be initially deployed with the operating system and notfor the ongoing maintenance of the app life cycle. Instead, use System Center 2012 R2Configuration Manager to provide app management throughout the entire app life cycle.CM as CORP\AdministratorDescriptionStepsApps can contain source files, can be a bundle of two or more other apps, or reference anexisting app in a network shared folder. Apps that contain source files can store thesource files in the distribution share or on a separate network shared folder. In thisexercise, you will create an LTI app for Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 by usingthe Office 2013 source files.Start the Import OSPackages Wizard.Perform the following steps on W10-CM logged on asCORP\Administrator with the password Passw0rd:34. In the Deployment Workbench console tree, go toDeployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/MDTDeployment Share(C:\DeploymentShare)/Applications.35. In the Actions pane, click New Application.The New Application Wizard starts.On the Application Type page, you select the type of LTI app to create. Apps can containsource files or can be a bundle of two or more other apps. Apps that contain source filescan store the source files in the distribution share or on a separate network shared folder.You select to create an app with sources files, which in this case are the source files forMicrosoft Office Professional Plus 2013.On the Application Typepage, select the36. On the Application Type page, click Application withsource files, and then click Next.22 P a g e

DescriptionStepsApplication with sourcefiles option.On the Details page, you can enter details about the app, including who published it, thename of the app, the app version, and the language of the app. The only requiredinformation is the app name, so I enter that information and move on to the next wizardpage.On the Details page, typethe application name,Microsoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013 x86 (CTR) Demo.37. On the Details page, in Application Name, typeMicrosoft Office Professional Plus 2013 - x86 (CTR)Demo, and then click Next.On the Source page, you configure the folder in which the source files reside. Becauseyou selected the Application with source files option on the Application type wizardpage, the wizard will copy the entire contents of this folder to the deployment share.Enter the path to the sourcefiles for Microsoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013(D:\Source \OfficeProPlus2013 CTR).38. On the Source page, in Source directory, typeD:\Source \OfficeProPlus2013 CTR, and then clickNext.On the Destination page, you configure the name of the folder in which the app will bestored in the deployment share. As you can see, the folder name defaults to the valueentered for Application name on the Details wizard page.Accept the default folderpath for the app.39. On the Destination page, click Next.23 P a g e

DescriptionStepsOn the Command Details page, you configure the command line that will run to initiateapp installation and the working directory for when the command is run. For Office, entersetup.exe /configure "\\CM\DeploymentShare \Applications\Microsoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013 - x86 (CTR) \Contoso Office 2013 Add CTR.xml” as thecommand line. By default, the working directory name is set to the name of the folder inwhich the app will be stored in the deployment share.Enter the command line forMicrosoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013(setup.exe /configure"\\CM\DeploymentShare \Applications\MicrosoftOffice ProfessionalPlus 2013 - x86 (CTR)\Contoso Office 2013 Add CTR.xml”) and acceptthe default workingdirectory name.40. On the Command Details page, in Command line,type setup.exe /configure"\\CM\DeploymentShare \Applications\MicrosoftOffice Professional Plus 2013 - x86 (CTR)\Contoso Office 2013 Add CTR.xml”, and then clickNext.On the Summary page, you can see the configuration settings that you selected whilerunning the wizard. Because the application-creation process can take a few minutes tofinish, cancel the wizard and look at the Office Professional Plus 2013 app that alreadyexists in the deployment share.Cancel the wizard and viewthe properties of theMicrosoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013 x86 (CTR) app in thedeployment share.41. On the Summary page, click Cancel.The Cancel Wizard dialog box appears.42. In the Cancel Wizard dialog box, click Yes.43. In the details pane, right-click Microsoft OfficeProfessional Plus 2013 - x86 (CTR), and then clickProperties.The Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 - x86(CTR) Properties dialog box opens.24 P a g e

DescriptionStepsOn the Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 - x86 (CTR) Properties dialog box, onthe General tab, you can type comments about the app, enter a user-friendly displayname, and change other information that you saw in the New Application Wizard.Click the Details tab.44. Click the Details tab.On the Details tab, you can see some of the information you entered in the NewApplication Wizard. In addition, you can control whether the app requires a computerrestart after installation, and you can select specific client platforms for the app.Click the Dependenciestab.45. Click the Dependencies tab.Use the Dependencies tab to add dependencies for this app. These dependencies areother apps that you have previously defined.Cancel the MicrosoftOffice ProfessionalPlus 2

Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility Trial Account Registration . Setup a Microsoft Intune Trial Add your Tenant Directory to your Azure Subscription . The Deployment Workbench performs management tasks by calling the appropriate MDT Windows PowerShell cmdlets. This means you can write Windows PowerShell scripts to help

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