How to Publish ActiveX Controls in Windows 2000 Using IntelliMirror
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 241163 - Describes how to publish ActiveX controls using the IntelliMirror Software Installation and Maintenance technology in Windows 2000.
Common Desktop Scenarios
Microsoft white paper describes six scenarios for using
IntelliMirror. These scenarios are intended to be starting
points from which you can develop settings that are tailored to
your environment. This includes options for registry-based
policy settings, security settings, software installation,
scripts, folder redirection, Microsoft Internet Explorer
maintenance, and Remote Installation Services.
Trick and Tips
Many IT professionals start by experimenting with
the actual product before having a chance to review
the materials. Use these tips and tricks to help
you make the best use of IntelliMirror features.
But because each environment is unique, use the
links provided throughout this article to find
further information. Source: Microsoft TechNet
Remote Operating System Installation Overview
An overview of the Remote Operating System Installation feature, which performs Change and Configuration Management tasks in Microsoft® Windows® 2000-based networks, and the Remote Installation Services (RIS) technologies it uses.
Software Deployment Using Windows 2000 and Systems Management Server 2.0
White paper explains the desktop and system management features in the Microsoft Windows 2000 platform and in Systems Management Server (SMS) 2.0. It also provides a comparison of the features in each product and the key questions involved in determining which technology is
appropriate for use in any given organization.
Software Deployment with Windows 2000 IntelliMirror and SMS
Software management involves three phases. In Phase I we prepare software packages. We either obtain native installer packages or use scripting methods. In Phase II we distribute these script files and the source files to software distribution points. Finally, in Phase III we target
Software Installation and Maintenance
White paper describing Windows 2000 Software Installation and Maintenance, one of the key Change and Configuration Management features. Administrators can use Software Installation and Maintenance to manage software throughout the software’s lifecycle to reduce their
organization’s Total Cost of Ownership for Windows 2000 Professional.
Step-by-Step Guide to User Data and User Settings
This guide includes scenarios showing the benefits of User Data Management and User Settings Management. It is designed to help administrators understand how they can use these features in their organizations.