Windows Embedded Standard 7 Reality Lab (English)

Kursbeschreibung

Microsoft released the RC of Windows Embedded Standard 7. This next generation of Windows Embedded is based on Windows 7 and will be launched on April 27, 2010. From this date on, it is possible to purchase licenses. In this course, wou will become familiar with the new development and deployment tools.

Participants are invited to bring their own hardware for the labs. In this context, the probability to take home a complete prototype image will be more than 90%. In any case, the problems with the customer-specific hardware in Windows Embedded Standard 7 will be dealt with.

Requirements for devices:

- Ethernet port (TCP/IP)

- IDE interface, Disc Drive > 10 GB + CD-Rom, Target

- BOOT Device (such as Flash, etc.)

- all needed cables, adapters and drivers

- keyboard, mouse

- Provide an introduction to all Windows Embedded Toolkit tools and technologies

- Provide practical experience with all Windows Embedded Toolkit tools and technologies

- Create complete working Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating systems

- Provide practical experience with Feature Sets and Packages

- Create Configurations using Templates

- Understand the Windows Embedded Standard "Image Builder Engine"

- Provide a foundation for future professional development

- Gain enough knowledge to be able to ask educated questions and to participate in various forums

Themenschwerpunkte

  • Module 1
    • Design Goals for Windows Embedded Standard
    • Binary Compatibility with Windows 7 Client
    • Rich Operating System Functionality
    • Reduced Operating System Size
    • Modular and Compact
    • Embedded Enabling Features (EEF's)
    • Windows Embedded Standard Toolkit
    • Windows Embedded Standard Comparisons
    • Real-Time Support
    • System Requirements
    • Supported CPU Architectures
    • Reference Device Requirements
    • Development System Options - Dual Boot
    • Development System Options - Virtual PC
    • Virtual PC Creation
    • VHD Mount
  • Module 2
    • The features of Windows 7 Client operating system
    • The Windows 7 user interface
    • Configuring Windows 7 systems
    • Key differences with Windows XP Client
    • Security and permissions
    • Shortcuts
    • Common tasks
  • Module 3
    • Application Development Process Overview
    • Windows Embedded Standard Concepts
    • Embedded Core (eCore)
    • Feature Sets and Packages
    • Distribution Shares - Introduction
    • Driver and Language Packages
    • Image Creation Overview
    • Interactive Image Creation
    • Adding Additional Applications and Drivers
    • Resolving Configuration Dependencies
    • Creating an Image using Templates
    • Interactive Build Wizard Lab
    • Advanced Build Options in IBW
    • Advanced Image Creation
    • Image Configuration Editor - User Interface
    • IBW - ICE Comparison
    • Windows PE Introduction
    • Target Analyzer Probe Introduction
    • Developing Windows Embedded Standard Systems
    • Embedded Development Model
    • Image Licensing
    • Activation
    • Device Servicing - Introduction
    • Task Comparison
  • Module 4
    • Advanced Image Creation
    • ICE - Features
    • Understanding ICE
    • ICE - Distribution Shares
    • ICE - Answer Files
    • ICE - Installation Configuration Phases (continued)
    • ICE User Interface
    • Distribution Shares and Answer File
    • Import PMQ
    • Driver Mappings
    • Adding Packages
    • Checking Dependencies
    • Resolving Dependencies
    • Configuration Sets
    • Registry Key Search
    • Context Sensitive Help Integration
    • Application Templates - Introduction
  • Module 5
    • Headless Operation
    • Message Box Default Reply
    • Dialog Box Filter
    • Enhanced Write Filter (EWF)
    • File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
    • Registry Filter
    • Hibernate Once Resume Many (HORM)
    • Comparison with Previous Versions
    • Remote Management
    • Shell Customization
  • Module 6
    • Creating an Operating System
    • Media Creation
    • Preparing Target Media
    • Media Structure - Multiple Boot Partitions
    • Media Preparation
    • Dual Boot
    • System Cloning Introduction
    • WinPE
    • ImageX
    • Device Servicing - Introduction
    • DISM
    • Package Manager
    • Package Scanner
    • Windows PowerShell
    • Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
    • Configuration Manager (SCCM)
    • Solid State Boot Devices - Introduction
    • Compact Flash
    • USB 2.0 Boot
    • Network-Based Installation
    • Deployment & Servicing Technologies

Voraussetzungen

Proficiency Using the Windows Interface; Good understanding of Windows Client installation and administration; General Knowledge of computer hardware; Familiarity with Windows Registry; Some programming experience could be helpful

Zielgruppe

System designer and developer, who want to get in touch with Windows Embedded Standard 7

Begleitendes Kursmaterial

  • course notes
  • Electronic version of materials

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