Please Join Me For a Very Special Day

Please Join Me For a Very Special Day

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Did you see all the announcements made at IT Forum in Barcelona recently? If not, come out on Saturday December 8th. Corey Hynes, MVP and all around great guy was in Barcelona and he's bringing these latest developments to us in a special all day Windows Vista TechDay sponsored by the NY Enterprise Windows Group.

 

Join us and stay on the cutting edge!

The New York Enterprise Windows User Group of NYPC
and
The Microsoft MVP Program & MSAM TechNet
Present

Special Event: MVP Vista TechDay

 Saturday, December 8, 2007

Agenda:

10:00 am – 10:30 am             Introduction
10:30 am – 12:00 pm             Key Features of Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008
12:00 pm – 01:00 pm             Group Policy Preferences
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm             Lunch (provided by Microsoft)
02:00 pm – 03:00 pm             Remote User: RDP 6.1 and SSTP
03:00 pm - 04:00 pm             NAP and IPSec
04:00 pm – 04:30 pm             Q and A
04:30 pm - 04:45 pm             Software Raffle –OFFICE 2007 AND VISTA! VISTA! VISTA!

Abstract:

This Vista TechDay is for IT Professionals who are interested in learning about and seeing some of the new Technologies in Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008.  This day will focus on three key areas, none of which are deployment.  Each of these ares will be acompanied with lots of demos, some scripted, some made up on the fly.  The four key areas are.
 
1.  Group Policy - Se! e how Group Policy has changed in Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008.  Learn about the just anounced "Group Policy Preferences" which will be available in Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008, and how it can eliminate the need to configure user profiles and logon scripts.
 
2.  Remote Users - Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008 include RDP 6.1 and SSTP.  Learn how to extend the Windows Vista desktop using HTTP, as well as how to implement the much sought after SSL VPN.
 
3.  NAP and IPSec - Most people have no idea how to properly configure NAP in conjunction with IPSec to implement domain isolation based on things such as the status of updates on a system.  See end to end how to implement this technology on Vista SP1 (and Vista, and XP SP3).  Beware, there's lots of Group Policy, PKI, and IPSec in this process.

Speaker Bio:

Corey is an Infrastructure Architect MVP, MCSE, MCT, and CISSP who focuses on core! infrastructure products and technologies such as Windows Server and Client platforms.  Corey has been working with Microsoft products and technologies for 15 years, and has held various positions ranging from DBA to Security Consultant.  Corey is currently the President of HynesITe, Inc, and along with his team, works very closely with Microsoft developing technical content, Hands-on Labs, and training.  Corey can often be found at events such as Tech-Ed as a speaker or as part of the team managing the event.  Originally from Newfoundland, Canada, Corey moved to Florida, USA, with his Wife and daughter 10 years ago. When not wandering the halls at Microsoft in Redmond, Corey can often be found on the ski slopes or on his boat in the Gulf of Mexico
 
This special meeting is held at Microsoft New York Customer Briefing Center, 1290 Avenue of the Americas ( the AXA building, between 51st/52nd Street) 6th floor.

You need to register with this ClicktoAttend link.

Lunch: 1 PM in view of the fact that the event will be held on Saturday, December 8, 2007 lunch will be provided - NOT PIZZA with plenty of Door prizes. 

Featured Products/Topics: Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Server 2008

Recommended Audiences: IT Managers, IT Professionals, Finance Professionals, IT Directors, Microsoft Partners

 


Please bring photo ID for building access and come on time. The building security requires a representative from our group to do the security check-in downstairs.

Directions: B/D/F/V train to 47th-50th Sts./Rockefeller Ctr
1 train to 50th St./Bway
N/R/W train to 49th St./7th Ave

 

 

 

 

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