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Replacing BIOS with a UEFI Deployment

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In this session, learn about the benefits of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) as a BIOS replacement. In addition to benefits, see common UEFI configurations and management scenarios, and a demonstration integrating UEFI in your deployment process with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Update 1 and Microsoft System Center 2012 - Configuration Manager SP1.

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  • I'm looking forward to learn more about UEFI and its benefits.

  • Cool

  • huge. just diving into the technology, and looking forward to this breakout session

  • Looking forward on how to bring this into my Production environment.

  • Recently tried to do a clean install of windows 8 pro on 3Tb drive.  Installation did not install with GPT on disk.  WIll this session talk about this issue?

  • This is a must - since newer hw will be UEFI based. Will this also cover necessary drive layout and partition creation?

  • I would be interested in hearing about PXE boot via both network and USB network adapters using UEFI.  Booting via USB key media seems to be the only option across multiple platforms.

    Also, how to properly deploy and verify >2TB drive support with desktop systems.

  • @skarai: Thanks for the interest and the question.  Yes the session will cover the drive layout and partitions.  I am not there with Alfred, but if you have additional questions not in the presentation, feel free to ask Alfred afterwards. Smiley

  • @hippman:Thanks for the interest.  You will hear info about booting with USB and across the network.  However, most USB to NIC adapters are two stage drivers, and as of now I have not been able to implement one in PE successfully.  But when one of us does, you can be sure a blog post will follow on Deployment Guys blog.

  • johnjohn

    Spend too much time in deploying. I'll download and have a look at the ppt.

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