Kevin Remde's IT Pro Weblog
I have to echo some thoughts that Paul Murphy shared recently about his new fingerprint reader. He bought the stand alone unit, while I purchased the USB Keyboard with the reader integrated into it.
Paul gives a really good review of his experiences with it HERE.
The main thing I love is having all of those WebSite passwords entered for me auto-magically…
Windows Server Administration Webcast Series HomeworkDNSHomework Assignment #8
2. Try out the Microsoft Events website (www.microsoft.com/events)
Next week I’m going to be in Appleton and Madison, Wisconsin, doing our free, live TechNet Briefings for IT Professionals at the following locations:
April 5 – Appleton, WITheater- Regal College Avenue 16 W3091 Van Roy RdAppleton Wisconsin 54915Phone: 920 831-0973
April 7 – Madison, WIAlliant Energy Center1919 Alliant Energy Center Madison , WISCONSIN 55713Phone: 608-267-3976
We’ve got some great stuff coming your way this quarter:
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Is EvolvingWith the recent release of Windows Server 2003 SP1, now is the best time to see the benefits of these significant updates. Are you prepared for the changes this upgrade will have on your network system? This is a great opportunity to see how SP1 may change your entire network infrastructure for the better. Join our experts at this technical briefing.
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is comingIt has been 5 years since a major Microsoft SQL Server release. In a technology timeline, that could be considered a lifetime! Attending this session is your first step in preparing for a change that could give you a technical knowledge advantage over all the other IT Professionals working with corporate data. Get prepared for the change coming soon.
Click the links above to register, or visit the TechNet Briefings site (www.technetbriefings.com) for session topics and links to registration and additional resources.
Tell your friends! Invite your user groups!
See you there!
Part 7 of the Windows Server 2003 Administration Webcast Series has had more than its share of problems. Very bad live audio during the event, Print-to-PDF not functioning during the session, and now the recording of the webcast may be corrupted.
The folks who handle such things are working hard to make the recording of Part 7 available as soon as possible, but if they’re not able to, I’ll be re-recording this session for your listening/viewing/learning pleasure.
I’ll let you know here on my blog when I know more. Thanks for your patience!