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  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Update: Newcastle Infrastructure User Group

    Tomorrow afternoon I’m heading about 2 hours north of Sydney to Newcastle to present on Windows 7 and a bit on Windows Server 2008 R2.  This is the second time I’ve presented to the group so it should be fun.  So if you live in the Newcastle area then make sure you get along tomorrow night...
  • Blog Post: Sydney Windows Infrastructure Group: July Meeting

    This month at the Sydney Windows Infrastructure Group we have a great lineup of sessions.  So if your in the Sydney area and want to hear some great content on Windows Server 2008 then get along to the next meeting to be held on Tuesday July 15th at 6:00PM.  All the good bits below: Date: ...
  • Blog Post: Technical Communities is Now Live!

    I’m happy to announce that our new Technical Communities program is now up and running.  You might have known this as User Group Support Services in the past.  The program has been changed and updated to better serve the needs of User Groups and other technical communities.  If you are...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Migration from Windows XP

    Windows 7 has some great tools for migration from previous operating systems.  Some that come to mind are Deployment Imaging and Service Management (DISM), mounting VHD’s natively in the operating system and User State Migration.  But one of the best features in my opinion and many of my mates...
  • Blog Post: Sydney Windows Mobile User Group

    This is just a heads up.  The July meeting for Sydney Windows Mobile User Group is tonight at Microsoft North Ryde.  Below are all the details Location:   Microsoft 1 Epping Road North Ryde NSW 2113 Date and Time:   Tuesday July 1 2008 @ 6:30PM – finishing around 8:30PM Live Meeting...
  • Blog Post: Special BIG User Group Meeting: Group Policy with Kleefy

    As Kleefy posted on his blog he and Andrew Dugdell have been talking for awhile about running a special Live Meeting presentation on the new changes to Group Policy in Windows 7.  Problem?  Kleefy is in Redmond and the user group is in Brisbane, Australia.  Enter Live Meeting!   ...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2: TechNet Live Events

    As you might have read in my previous post I’m travelling around the country talking about Windows Server 2008 R2   and Windows 7 .  Well I know some of you may not be able to make it to one of the user group meetings so we want to do the next best thing.  For the topics we are covering...
  • Blog Post: New Windows User Group in Sydney!

    Next week the inaugural meeting of the Sydney Windows User Group or SWUG will kick off with some great stuff around the Windows 7 Release Candidate!   So what’s the group about?  Well it’s all about Windows of course!  It’s all about talking about the Windows Operating system as it relates...
  • Blog Post: Talking about UNIX and Linux

    Recently I got a chance to speak at Melbourne Novell User Group October meeting.  The topic was Unix Interoperability in Windows Server 2008 which has been greatly improved; making it easier for administrators to  manage both platforms.  It’s common for enterprises to have both Unix/Linux...