I’ll be busy next week, with two different webcasts targeting different groups of people.  If you’re part of either group, please attend as I don’t want to be presenting to “virtual crickets”.

The first webcast targets Gold Certified, Certified, and Empower partners (you’ll need to be in one of those categories to register via the partner portal) as part of a “Technical Advisory Services Advisory Hour”.

Join the “Adding value to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: Extending Windows 7 Deployment” Seminar!

Microsoft Partners, find out how MDT 2010 simplifies the process of deploying Windows 7, while also providing many opportunities for customization.  Explore ways that you can extend MDT 2010, adding value to your customer’s Windows 7 deployment projects. Join this Web Seminar on December 1st from 10am-11am PST to learn how to simplify the process of deploying Windows 7.

Next Steps:

· Sign up for the Web Seminar: Adding value to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: Extending Windows 7 Deployment

· Download MDT 2010

· Learn more

The second webcast is part of the “Fireside Chat” series described by Graham Watson at http://blogs.technet.com/grahamtwatson/archive/2009/11/28/fire-side-chats.aspx.  These target user’s group leaders, MVPs, and other “influentials”, with about 15 minutes reserved for presentations and the rest of the time spent answering questions from the audience.  You can register at http://ug.gitca.org/sites/FireSideChats/default.aspx for either time (both are Pacific timezone, GMT-08:00).

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 - Solution Accelerator 

12/3/2009 9:00 AM

12/3/2009 4:00 PM

Moving to Windows7? Learn how Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 can make your job easier. 
This Solution Accelerator is the recommended process and toolset for automating desktop and server deployment. 
Learn more about  installation, image creation, and deployment scenarios for using MDT. Senior Software Development Engineer Michael Niehaus will be leading this session and he’ll answer any questions you may have.
Michael is the lead developer for the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2004, Michael spent his entire career in enterprise IT, focused on deploying and managing Microsoft software.