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Hi everyone, a lot of us are spending a lot of time building for the Windows 7 launch. This means writing content, working with our friends in the Windows Division, and running demos or integration scenarios. Part of this is recording demos in MS Studios, located in Building 127 on the Redmond Campus. Yesterday I was in there recording some Windows 7 launch demos and presentations, and I thought it might be interesting to show you what it looks like inside the studio.
Here are some other recordings we did for Windows 7 Deployment at MMS 09, where we filmed with the Technet Edge guys a little larger scale Win7 deployment demo. Here is another behind the scenes in Vegas. This is the final run on stage of that Win7 Deployment.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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