WET vs USMT on the 70-622 exam

Discussion in 'MCITP' started by Kirby Timm, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. Kirby Timm

    Kirby Timm Guest

    I'm having difficultly determining when to use WET vs when to use USMT on
    the study questions. So I'm guessing that I'm going to have difficulty with
    these questions on the test as well. One of the big things that keeps
    tripping me up is that WET is used for "migrating a small number of users".
    Well, what defines "small"? In an org of 10,000 systems, 100 systems is
    pretty "small". In an org of only 10 systems, 10 is the entire network. So
    when it comes to the exam questions, can anyone give me some "fast and
    dirty" guidelines as to what may be considered large vs small? IE 10
    systems is probally "small" vs 100 which is probally "large"?
    Thanks
     
    Kirby Timm, Sep 17, 2008
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  2. Kirby Timm

    Garth Guest

    Use WET for ~10 PCs and use USMT for 10+


    "Kirby Timm" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I'm having difficultly determining when to use WET vs when to use USMT on
    > the study questions. So I'm guessing that I'm going to have difficulty
    > with these questions on the test as well. One of the big things that
    > keeps tripping me up is that WET is used for "migrating a small number of
    > users". Well, what defines "small"? In an org of 10,000 systems, 100
    > systems is pretty "small". In an org of only 10 systems, 10 is the entire
    > network. So when it comes to the exam questions, can anyone give me some
    > "fast and dirty" guidelines as to what may be considered large vs small?
    > IE 10 systems is probally "small" vs 100 which is probally "large"?
    > Thanks
     
    Garth, Sep 17, 2008
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  3. Hi there,

    just wrote 70-622, and they refer to wet as a single instance, you would use
    USMt if the organization has a server infrustructure, if not u wold use WET,
    but yes for the exam purposes WET less than 10 USMT and WDS 10 and over LTI
    installations

    regards

    "Garth" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Use WET for ~10 PCs and use USMT for 10+
    >
    >
    > "Kirby Timm" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> I'm having difficultly determining when to use WET vs when to use USMT on
    >> the study questions. So I'm guessing that I'm going to have difficulty
    >> with these questions on the test as well. One of the big things that
    >> keeps tripping me up is that WET is used for "migrating a small number of
    >> users". Well, what defines "small"? In an org of 10,000 systems, 100
    >> systems is pretty "small". In an org of only 10 systems, 10 is the
    >> entire network. So when it comes to the exam questions, can anyone give
    >> me some "fast and dirty" guidelines as to what may be considered large vs
    >> small? IE 10 systems is probally "small" vs 100 which is probally
    >> "large"?
    >> Thanks

    >
     
    G.R Smith. CCNA | MCP | MCTSx1 | A+ | N+, Sep 17, 2008
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  4. Kirby Timm

    Kirby Timm Guest

    Great! Thanks to the both of you! I'll keep that in mind as a rough and
    dirty that 10 or less is WET where over 10 is USMT.
    Thanks again!

    "G.R Smith. CCNA | MCP | MCTSx1 | A+ | N+" <> wrote
    in message news:...
    > Hi there,
    >
    > just wrote 70-622, and they refer to wet as a single instance, you would
    > use USMt if the organization has a server infrustructure, if not u wold
    > use WET, but yes for the exam purposes WET less than 10 USMT and WDS 10
    > and over LTI installations
    >
    > regards
    >
    > "Garth" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Use WET for ~10 PCs and use USMT for 10+
    >>
    >>
    >> "Kirby Timm" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>> I'm having difficultly determining when to use WET vs when to use USMT
    >>> on the study questions. So I'm guessing that I'm going to have
    >>> difficulty with these questions on the test as well. One of the big
    >>> things that keeps tripping me up is that WET is used for "migrating a
    >>> small number of users". Well, what defines "small"? In an org of 10,000
    >>> systems, 100 systems is pretty "small". In an org of only 10 systems,
    >>> 10 is the entire network. So when it comes to the exam questions, can
    >>> anyone give me some "fast and dirty" guidelines as to what may be
    >>> considered large vs small? IE 10 systems is probally "small" vs 100
    >>> which is probally "large"?
    >>> Thanks

    >>

    >
     
    Kirby Timm, Sep 17, 2008
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