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• • • • • Windows 7 Release Notes What’s New in Windows 7 End User Introduction Dell Supported Hardware Introduction to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager • Core Applications on the Windows 7 Standard Image
Your computer is joined to the DIR domain by default. The default name for your computer unless otherwise assigned is SLB-“service tag”. • The first time you boot your computer. . This is a unique id that will not create a duplicate in the SLB environment.W7. The password for the local administrator account is initially set to the well-known password. You can log into your specific domain with your domain\ldap account. you may be prompted for a poweron password. The default power-on password is a well-known password.0 Release Notes • Windows 7x64 standard image consists of the Windows 7 64 bit Enterprise SP1 OS. You are encouraged to change the administrator password using the complexity rules after your first full login to the local administrator account.
What’s New in Win 7 Image • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is used as the remote management of the desktop and software distribution. • More improved security -> virus infection via removable media prevented (case in the recent infection in the field) • New underlying architectures (Windows Presentation Foundation. • Desktop is a 3D surface allowing for applications on the desktop to use 3D acceleration to do visually interesting things. • Look and feel is no longer XP Classic view. .NET part of the OS). and . • Win 7 has better stability and improved performance taking advantage of new hardware technologies. Windows Communication Foundation.
Dell Supported Hardware • Platforms supported in this image are limited to: – Dell Latitude E4300/4310/6320/6400/6410/6420/6230/6430/6430u – Dell Precision Mobile M4400/M4500/M4600/M4700/M6400/M6500/M6600/M6700 – Dell OptiPlex 960/980/990/9010/9010AIO – Dell Precision Workstation T7500/T7600 – Lenovo T420 .
appointments. The Search box on the Start menu is one of the most convenient ways to find things on your computer. including the Start menu. just by typing its first few letters. Desktop. Pictures. – . though you can expand the search to include additional locations as well. giving you a quick way to open programs. or file you're looking for. but there are also new buttons for locking your computer or putting it into a low-power state called sleep mode. the search results appear above the Search box in the left pane of the Start menu. folder. Control Panel. saved instant messages. It will also search your e mail messages. • What are the new ways to search? – – – Using the improved search features in Windows 7. The Search box in a folder will search within the current location by default.Windows 7 End User Introduction • What's new on the Start menu? – The information on the Start menu is organized more efficiently than in Windows XP. You don't even need to click inside the box first. even if the item you're searching for is in a different location. As you type. and other common locations). with an improved programs list and a new search feature to make it easier to find any program. The Start menu is still the place to turn your computer off or log off. and contacts. you can search from many places. No matter where you are. The Search box on the Start menu will search your programs and all of the folders in your personal folder (which includes Documents. and any folder. files. Music. you can usually find what you want. and— when you're connected to the Internet—websites. folders. It performs the same tasks as the Run command. Just open the Start menu and start typing.
Short Topic) Create or delete a shortcut (1 mins. Reference Topic) Taskbar: recommended links (3 mins. Article) Use your Windows password for your screen saver password Make your desktop more secure (1 mins. Article) * Navigate using the address bar A quick new way to move between folders (2 mins.Windows 7 Feature Information (Internet Access Required for links) • Desktop and Start menu * Better. stronger. Short Topic) Create keyboard shortcuts to open programs (2 mins. Short Topic) Finding and organizing files Working with libraries (3 mins. Tour/Video) * Working with Control Panel Find items in Control Panel with the Search box (1 mins. Tour/Video) Add tags and other properties to a file Tag your files to find them faster (2 mins. Reference Topic) Folders: frequently asked questions Find out what's new for exploring folders (2 mins. Article) Finding your files (5 mins. Short Topic) . Short Topic) * Pin a program to the Start menu (2 mins. Short Topic) * Working with the navigation pane Look at your files in a whole new way (2 mins. Short Topic) Change how icons appear in the notification area of the taskbar Customize what notifications you get (3 mins. Short Topic) The New Windows Taskbar: frequently asked questions (5 mins. faster: The Windows 7 taskbar Get more out of the taskbar (8 mins. Short Topic) Ease of Access (Accessibility) Keyboard shortcuts (3 mins.
use keyboard shortcuts. Reference Topic) Internet Explorer: frequently asked questions (7 mins. Article) Show or hide the Favorites bar in Internet Explorer Add a webpage you visit frequently to the toolbar (1 mins. Article) Using Accelerators to find addresses. define words. Reference Topic) Open a new tab to your home page in Internet Explorer (1 mins. Tour/Video) Internet Explorer Pop-up Blocker: frequently asked questions Get rid of annoying pop-ups! (3 mins.Windows 7 Feature Information (Internet Access Required for links) • Internet Explorer * Tabbed browsing: frequently asked questions All about tabbed browsing: save a group of tabs. Short Topic) What happened to Phishing Filter? (1 mins. Article) Internet Explorer keyboard shortcuts (4 mins. Short Topic) Internet Explorer Information bar: frequently asked questions (3 mins. Reference Topic) Customize the Internet Explorer toolbars (1 mins. Reference Topic) Security and privacy features in Internet Explorer Learn about features in Internet Explorer that can help protect your privacy and security when shopping or browsing online. Reference Topic) Internet Explorer add-ons: frequently asked questions (2 mins. and more… (2 mins. Guided Example) Web Slices: frequently asked questions (5 mins. (7 mins. Reference Topic) Save a webpage as a file (1 mins. and do other tasks with selected text Use accelerators to take text from one page and perform tasks on it. Short Topic) . (2 mins.
Reference Topic) Getting the best display on your monitor (2 mins. Short Topic) Clear lists on the Start menu and taskbar Clear the history of the items in the start menu and jump lists (2 mins. Tour/Video) Desktop gadgets (overview) (5 mins. or resize desktop icons (1 mins. Short Topic) . Article) * Pin a program to the taskbar (2 mins. Short Topic) Show. hide. Tour/Video) * Rearrange buttons on the taskbar Put buttons where you want (2 mins.Windows 7 Feature Information (Internet Access Required for links) • Desktop and Start menu * Customize the Start menu (4 mins. Short Topic) Recover files from the Recycle Bin (1 mins. Short Topic) Take a screen capture (Printing screen) (1 mins.
Short Topic) • Printing What happened to the Printers folder? (1 mins. Article) Turning off and starting up the computer * Sleep and hibernation: frequently asked questions (3 mins. Reference Topic) * Turn off a computer: frequently asked questions (3 mins. Reference Topic) Switch users without logging off Do you share a computer? (1 mins.Windows 7 Feature Information (Internet Access Required for links) • PC maintenance and performance Exit a program that isn't responding (1 mins. Short Topic) . Short Topic) Synchronizing * Understanding offline files Keep working with files even when you're not connected (2 mins. Short Topic) What are error codes and how can I use them? (2 mins.
or the user may install it via the “catalog” • You must join the domain in order for this process to work correctly • The next several slides will illustrate the process 11 .Introduction to Microsoft System Configuration Manager • SCCM is the desktop management tool utilized by Windows 7 • Software may be pushed to the user.
Register Your Computer • • In order for SCCM to properly manage your access to software you need to register your computer in the SCCM database. Go to the Start Menu/All Programs and open the Launch Registration under the SCCM program group: .
Mandatory Software • Required software will be downloaded and installed automatically • The user will see a visual notice in the lower right side of the screen before any software is installed • The user may click on the notice to install the software right away or wait until the count down expires for SCCM to install the software 13 .
Optional Software • Software may also be installed via the SCCM Schlumberger Software Catalog. (See next slide) • When a new program is available the user will see a pop up letting them know they can install it. 14 .
Catalog View 15 .
Add / Remove Programs View 16 .
Download in progress 17 .
18 . you will be prompted to install the package when the download is complete. If you do not check the box. • Check the “Run program automatically when download completes” box if you want the install to start as soon as the download finishes.Download • Most packages will need to downloaded before they can be installed. The user will see the Program Download Status page as it downloads.
Post Download • When the download is complete. 19 . they will need to press Run to install the program. SCCM verifies that all files downloaded correctly. • If the user did not check the “Run program automatically when download completes” box.
Installation • The install will then launch and should run without the users intervention. some installs are completely silent and the user will not see a status. Note. 20 .
Installed applications on this Windows 7 image For current installed applications go to control panel add/remove to view current list .
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