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TechNet Update June - Longhorn Server

TechNet Update June - Longhorn Server

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Its on again! The TechNet Updates are coming around in June like we promised. The two topics are:

 

Windows Vista and Windows Server Longhorn Branch Office Technologies – Level 300

In this session, we will look at the Microsoft vision for branch offices and the new options available with Windows Server 'Longhorn.' We will also discuss the benefits and challenges of consolidating servers at branch locations. We will review some of the new technologies that can play key roles in branch office scenarios, including new protocols, like Remote Differential Compression, and Windows Server 'Longhorn' enhancements, like Server Message Block 2.0. Windows Server 'Longhorn' also includes new improvements in SYSVOL and on-demand replication. We will also look at some of the exciting new Windows Server 'Longhorn' features that relate to branch offices, like policy-based Quality of Service and the Read-Only Domain Controller. Windows Server 'Longhorn' security improvements within the branch office will include secure startup and Read-Only Domain Controllers.

Windows Server “Longhorn” Terminal Services Technical Drilldown – Level 400

In this session, we will examine Terminal Services for Windows Server 'Longhorn'. For organizations that have remote users, Windows Server 'Longhorn' adds improvements and innovations to Terminal Services that facilitate better integration of remote and local applications on client computers, access to these same remote programs via Web browser, and a means to access remote terminals and applications across firewalls. As Windows Server 'Longhorn' will ship on x64 it can utilize more processors and RAM that x64 offers, this can increase 3.4 x increases in the number of users that a Terminal Services server can support.

 

Register here but be fast as spaces fill up very quickly!!
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  • Server 'Longhorn' will ship on x64 it can utilize more processors and RAM that x64 offers, this can increase 3.4 x increases in the number of users that a Terminal Services server can support.

    Shouldn't it be:

    Server 'Longhorn' will ship on x64 it can utilize more processors and RAM that x86 offers, this can increase 3.4 x increases in the number of users that a Terminal Services server can support.

  • True :) I just cut and pasted the blurb...:)

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