This is my first visit to Winnipeg and whilst it may be a little chilly outside, the atmosphere in the venue was anything but! I hope you all enjoyed the day as much as I did in talking with so many of you. I know I was asked many questions, so if I have yet to answer it in this blog, let me know.
Just as a quick reminder, the webcast for the Security Risk Management Discipline Presentation is on Monday November 15th at 4pm EST. I look forward to talking to you then.
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great presentation on both days. Learned lots more than i didn't know before on win xp sp 2, i now fully appreciate the importance of installing it, and glad i did when it came out, actually i've used it since (RC2!)
I Enjoyed the the presentations and I apreaciate the knowledge you displayed in answering my questions. I am glad to see the kind of improvement microsoft plans to impliment and i look forward to see what other imlimintations microsoft will have for us in the future. Personally i would love to see the windows firewall have better control for out going applications. I also was glad to know that the windows firewall service starts earlier in bootup then most other firewalls. The only think that i am still curious about was a utility that would copy logs from all the different servers to one location so i can enter in an ipaddress and select a time and see what computer and what user was on that station.i would also be interested in finding out what application could do that.
Thank you for your time and effort.