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I was not part of our (past) organization's migration project. While you wait for others to chime in, I found this out there
I'm sure there are others, but something to get you started.
Agree with Andrew
Hi Catherine, We are deploying to 83,000 Windows 7 devices over the next two years. Let me know your direct email and I'll send you our template.
Here I am. I can talk a lot but perhaps the most interesting thing is: between people that we have to migrate were CIO, CFO, VP, etc etc. I meant top level management. To say that people "hello, you will not use your computer by a day - or hours" was a challenge, believe me.
I too am interested in lessons learned, best practices, a template or method, etc. as I'm just getting involved in a Win10 upgrade project.
I found some stuff on the web, for those who are interested:
I look forward to seeing how you are going to meet your exciting project!
A major first step that we are doing is to migrate as many users as possible to thin clients. Then we will just push out a new thin client at golive
Users need to have a solid technical reason that they cannot use a thin client. If the C-suite think that they need thick clients, I intend to send the CIO to have a chat with them. :)
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