It's about that time again that Kleefy and I hit the road and do another quarterly Technet Update. This time around we are going to be talking about Group Policy in Windows Vista in part 1 and Longhorn Server in Part 2. We are hitting all capital cities that we cover with me going to Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney and Kleefy covering Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne. It should be a good event that will give you some stuff you can use right now with Windows Vista as well as a taste for what's coming in Longhorn Server. Please see below for the "official invite" with session abstracts and registration details.
Session Agenda:Part 1, 60 mins: Group Policy Deep Dive: Managing Policy Features, Troubleshooting, Settings in Enterprise Environments
Lets face it, you’re not going to deploy Vista overnight but at some stage you will begin to think about the incremental additions to your network. So what do you need to know in order to get ready for it? There’s new policy settings and other stuff that you need to know about before you begin the deployment process. This session tells you all of them!
Part 2, 60 mins: Longhorn Server: The Technical Overview
Before you know it Longhorn Server will be upon us. There’s so much in it to understand though and so little time to understand what each bit does. In this session we’re going to go through the top 10 things in Longhorn Server that customers asked us for and we’re going to show you all about it! This will be a engaging and demo heavy session that shows you why you will want Longhorn Server!
Click on your city to register – places are strictly limited
Brisbane Tuesday April 3rd 2007
Adelaide Wednesday April 4th 2007
Sydney Thursday April 5th 2007
Canberra Tuesday April 10th 2007
Melbourne Wednesday May 2nd 2007
Perth Tuesday May 8th 2007
So spread the word and get folks to one of these events! If you have a blog then mention it or link to it.
We are looking forward to seeing folks at each event!
Ok, I have played with this long enough. Time to break the news about the new Guest Editors on TechTalkBlogs
Is there a mailing list or some other way to be notified of up and coming Technet updates?
We met at the Sydney Technet update. I am looking for resources on Windows Diagnostic Infrastructure. We are looking at utilizing this mechanism for some client automation.
Looking forward to your help