MDT 2012 Beta 2 Now Available for Download

The Microsoft Solution Accelerators team is pleased to announce Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Beta 2 is available for download on Connect now. We hope you’ll take the time to preview and provide feedback on MDT 2012 Beta 2.

New Connect members join the MDT 2012 Beta 2 program now (Windows Live ID required):

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=217607

Existing Connect members bookmark this link to get the latest project details:

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=233070

Beta 2 of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2012 is now available for download! New features and enhancements make large-scale desktop and server deployments smoother than ever! For System Center Configuration Manager customers, MDT 2012 Beta 2 provides an improved, extensible wizard and designer for customizing deployment questions. MDT 2012 makes full use of the capabilities provided by System Center Configuration Manager 2012 for OS deployment. MDT 2012 integrates with configuration templates from the Security Compliance Manager (SCM) tool to ensure a secure Windows installation from the beginning of the deployment. Download the latest version of MDT and improve your deployment experience. Existing MDT users will find more reliability and flexibility with the many small enhancements and bug fixes and a smooth and simple upgrade process.

Key Benefits:

  • Full use of the capabilities provided by System Center Configuration Manager 2012 for OS deployment.
  • Improved Lite Touch user experience and functionality.
  • A smooth and simple upgrade process for all existing MDT users.


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