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TechNet Webcast on Desktop Deployment

TechNet Webcast on Desktop Deployment

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Two colleagues of mine in the UK, Adam Shepherd and Mark Aslett, are running a series of WebCasts around Infrastructure Architecture. The next in the series is on Desktop Deployment and it will run on the 15th October 2008 at 16:00 GMT.

A brief description of the talk, in their own words, is below with a link to register for the talk. They also have a blog that lists the upcoming talks and from which you can access previous ones – their blog can be found at 

Join consultants from Microsoft’s Consulting Services for the 6th session in the MCS Talks Infrastructure Architecture series.  In this session we’ll discuss our approach to deploying a new desktop to an enterprise environment. We’ll discuss desktop deployment strategies and technologies including the importance of understanding your existing infrastructure and some of the options for auditing an your current environment. We’ll also cover some important considerations for preparing your infrastructure for a desktop deployment, what technologies are available and  how to best to implement them to support an enterprise deployment. Finally we’ll wrap up the session by having a brief look at the multitude of virtualization technologies and how they can be used to simplify and accelerate a deployment project.


Register for the Desktop Deployment talk here:


This post was contributed by Richard Trusson, a Senior Consultant with Microsoft Services, UK.

  • Hi Guys,

    This would be a 2am session for me. Will this be recorded?


  • Hi Dean,

    yes the shows are recorded. You can listen to all the past ones by going to the MCS Talks blog site, linked in the post. Once the deployment talk has been delivered you can list to that on here


    Rich Trusson

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