The race to update Windows 7 computers from your environment is entering its home stretch. Microsoft will end Windows 7 support on January 14th, 2020. If you still have Windows 7 computers in your company, it’s time to seriously plan your migration. If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you may have seen a couple (!) of post regarding Windows 10 migration. We thought that regrouping all posts in a single one would save you time finding all needed SCCM Windows 10 deployments resources to start.
If you are still running SCCM 2012 and have plans to deploy Windows 10, we recommend starting with part 2 of this guide. (Hint: Deploy SCCM Current Branch).
We will update this post as we add more Windows 10 deployments posts on our blog.
SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide
- Part 1 | Windows 10 Resources
- Part 2 | Prepare your environment
- Part 3 | Create SCCM Windows 10 Task Sequence
- Part 4 | Create SCCM Windows 10 Build and Capture Task Sequence
- Part 5 | Monitor SCCM Task Sequence Progress
- Part 6 | Upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 using SCCM
- Part 7 | Windows 10 Customization
- Part 8 | Inject Language Pack with DISM
- Part 9 | How to use Windows 10 Deep Link Enrollment
- Part 10 | Windows 10 KMS Activation and Management using Volume Activation Management Tool
- Part 11 | Manage Windows 10 Upgrades using SCCM (Windows as a Service)
- Part 12 | Upgrade Windows 10 using SCCM Servicing Plans
- Part 13 | Upgrade Windows 10 using SCCM Task Sequence
- Part 14 | Configure and Enable Windows Upgrade Readiness
- Part 15 | How to use the Windows 10 Security Baseline
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Founder of System Center Dudes. Based in Montreal, Canada, Senior Microsoft SCCM Consultant, 5 times Enterprise Mobility MVP. Working in the industry since 1999. His specialization is designing, deploying and configuring SCCM, mass deployment of Windows operating systems, Office 365 and Intunes deployments.