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Windows Seven Downgrade Rights

Downgrade Rights for Windows SevenA question often asked but not clearly answered by many tech support individuals is the Windows Seven Downgrade Rights. Downgrade rights means you are allowed to downgrade the operating system you bought with your computer to a lower version, for example you are allowed to go from Windows Vista to Windows XP. There are however caveats and gotchas in this process, through this article we will try and shed some light on the downgrade options you might coming down from a Windows Seven operating system. Microsoft of course remains the ultimate authority on any such process and if in doubt always consult your software licensing terms.

How to perform a Windows Anytime Upgrade

Windows Seven Anytime Upgrade Step by StepIn this article we will show you step by step how to use the Windows Anytime Upgrade utility to upgrade to your earlier version of Windows Vista or from a lower version of Windows Seven to a higher version of Windows Seven. Windows Anytime Upgrade is a perfect, non destructive way to perform an upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows Seven or from within Windows Seven to a higher version of Windows Seven (for example from Windows Home to Ultimate etc). The upgrade path only allows from a "lower" version to a "higher" version of Windows, so for example, you will not be able to upgrade a copy of Windows Vista Business to Windows Seven home, but you can upgrade from Windows Vista Home to Windows Seven Professional.

How to install Microsoft Deployment Toolkit or MDT

How to install Microsoft Deployment Toolkit or MDTMicrosoft Deployment Toolkit also called Deployment Workbench or MDT for short is a great tool in deploying Windows Seven or Server 2008 machines in your organization. It comes in very handy if you have enterprise level deployment infrastructure technologies such as Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). The tool is very versatile to work with other smaller solutions such as Windows Deployment Services (WDS). Microsoft recommends Microsoft Deployment Toolkit as the the preferred way of automating desktop and server deployment tasks. In this article we will demonstrate step by step, how to deploy this solution accelerator called Microsoft Deployment Tool or MDT

You are unable to search Outlook in Windows Seven when configured as RPC over Http

How to search Outlook from Windows Seven when Outlook is configured as RPC over Http If you have been using RPC over Http method for connecting to your Outlook Mailbox, you will notice that starting in Windows 7 you will not be able to do the "Find" or "Advanced Find" on your mailbox or its folders from within Outlook. This happens because Mailbox Search is integrated with Windows Search in Windows Seven and Windows Search can only search or index items which are cached. By default, Outlook is not configured for "offline" or "cached" mode. You need to enable the "Offline" or "Cached" mode in order for Windows Search to Index and Search your mailbox

How to install Windows Automated Installation Kit WAIK

How to install Windows Automated Installation ToolkitWindows Automated Installation Toolkit or WAIK for short is a very important tool from Microsoft that helps you deploy custom computer system images in your corporation or SOHO environments. It's another very powerful "Microsoft Way" of "Ghosting" your machines without a third party solution and is completely free. Using WAIK you can deploy images for Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating systems. WAIK can also be used with other more power deployment tools from Microsoft such as Windows Deployment Services (WDS), Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) and System Center Configuration Manager (SSCM). In this article we will go through step by step on how to install the Windows Automated Installation Toolkit on a Windows Seven Machine.