Before you install and use the Configuration Manager 2007 client on devices running the Windows Embedded operating system, ensure that the following prerequisites are in place.
When building your Windows Embedded image in Microsoft Target Designer, ensure that the following components are included:
- SCCM Client Prerequisite – Required to
support installation of the client software.
- UDFS – Required for support using the
operating system deployment capture CD with Windows Embedded
- Sysprep – Required to support
operating system deployment image capture.
- Users Control Panel – Required for
users to use Run Advertised Programs in Windows Control Panel.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or later
– Required to use the Desired Configuration Management feature.
|The Configuration Manager 2007 Advanced Client prerequisites macro component is included Windows Embedded Standard 2009 and can be selected in Microsoft Target Designer. To install the Configuration Manager 2007 client on devices running Windows XP Embedded, you must first download the System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Advanced Client prerequisites macro component for Windows XP Embedded at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=184597.
Prerequisites when Using File-Based Write Filter
Configure the following exceptions if you want to use File-Based Write Filter (FBWF) to persist the state of the Configuration Manager 2007 client between device restarts.
Configure the following registry exceptions using the Embedded Designer as you create your image:
NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon – Configure this exception if you
will be using task sequences to service the Configuration Manager
Configure the following file exceptions using File-Based Write Filter after installing the Configuration Manager 2007 client:
- %WINDIR% \System32\CCM
- %WINDIR% \System32\Wbem
- C:\_TaskSequence – Configure this
exception if you will be using task sequences to service the
Configuration Manager 2007 client.
For detailed information about building images and configuring write filters, see the Windows Embedded documentation.