Windows Embedded is a componentized version of Windows that lets you reduce the footprint and increase the security of Windows installations by installing only the components of the operating system that the application requires. Typically, devices using Windows Embedded might include the following:

When the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 client is installed on a Windows Embedded device, the following Configuration Manager 2007 features are supported:

For those features listed as having limitations, see Known Limitations in Configuration Manager Support for Windows Embedded.

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About Write Filters in Windows Embedded

Provides general information about write filters in Windows Embedded.
About Using the Configuration Manager 2007 Client with Write Filters

Provides information about using the Configuration Manager 2007 client on Windows Embedded devices when write filters are enabled.

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