Since Microsoft Windows first gained traction with Windows 3.0, every new version has presented a challenge for IT professionals. Windows Vista is no different. From a new interface to added security and more, Windows Vista represents a huge change from the Windows XP era.
Most organizations will probably deploy Windows Vista as they roll out new hardware. However, sometimes you just don't want to or can't wait. That being the case, you need to know how to proceed with a Windows Vista deployment.
The articles in this guide will show you what you need to know to roll out Windows Vista in your organization. You'll find out how to deal with Vista's new activation process, make sure that applications will work in Vista, and how to use Microsoft tools to ease the pain of migrating. With the information you'll find here, you'll discover how to successfully deploy Windows Vista in your organization.
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- Tech Pro Research
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