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  • Blog Post: MVP Screencast Contest

    My team mates, Keith Combs and Matt Hester, are holding a little contest for MVPs.  This is only available for US based MVPs and involves recording a screencast.  You can win a Lenovo T61p!!!!! For more details, you can read Keith's blog: http://blogs.technet.com/keithcombs/archive/2008/10...
  • Blog Post: Securely publishing Exchange 2003 OWA using ISA Server 2004

    I recently recorded a 16 minute screencast on how to securely publish Exchange 2003 OWA using ISA Server 2004. In order to make the screencast as easy as possible to record, I did simplify things by using only a single Exchange 2003 Server. In my screencast, I opted to issue a web certificate to the...
  • Blog Post: Video Interviews of Exchange Product Group Folks from Tech Ed 2007

    Back in June of this year (2007), I did some video interviews of some of Exchange Product Group folks during Tech Ed and they were posted up to the Exchange Team Blog. I made a few blog entries to reference them, but I did not point to each one. In the past couple of months, I've been asked via email...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Events Follow Up from September 9 – 11, 2009

    I’m sorry that I’m a bit behind in posting my follow up from the TechNet Events that I delivered in Southern California from September 9th through 11th. I had only three questions that came up during the presentations and they are as follows: What happens to the Program Files directory if you perform...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Developer Event Follow Up from April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles – Configure Windows 8 Consumer Preview in Virtual Environment (Non-Microsoft)

    On Monday, April 23, 2012, we held an awesome Windows 8 Developer Event in Los Angeles at Club Nokia in LA Live. I was present at the event to assist where I could considering I am not a developer. There were quite a few folks who brought their laptops with them but for whatever reason, could not install...