Who needs Jack Bauer when you've got Exchange master Harold Wong to guide you through 24 Hours of Exchange? This is going to be a great series if you're an ITPro, and need to know Exchange 2007 soup to nuts. Harold and other Exchange experts will cover in-depth topics such as deployment and migration, the new Exchange Management Console and Shell, Unified Messaging, high availability, and security, all providing you with the tools and knowledge that help optimize your Exchange Server environments. There's Twenty Four 60-minute webcasts, lasting until the middle of April. There's labcasts (combination of webcast and virtual lab), and virtual labs to get your hands on Exchange 2007. Plus audio podcast versions of the webcasts.
Find the webcasts: http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/tnexchangeserver.mspxVirtual Labs: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/traincert/virtuallab/exchange.mspx
Whether you are currently administering Exchange Server or looking to migrate to Exchange, this series will help you, and hopefully won't blow anything up-unlike Jack Bauer's "24".
Dean AndrewsTechNet Webcasts
This is a great idea, that is sure to help a lot of admins. Perhaps extending the discussion to include supporting apps such as Anti-virus, UM, backup, etc would round out the information...
I came across this series of webcasts via msreadiness.com yesterday and decided to attend all of them.
On the msreadiness site they aren't listed as being TechNet webcasts. When I downloaded the .ics to put the appointment in Outlook, the appointment doesn't list it as being a TechNet Webcast.
If I follow your link to http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/tnexchangeserver.mspx the sessions are listed as TechNet webcasts. I only downloaded the first .ics but it also does not list the session as a TechNet webcast.
The registration for this series on msreadiness and on http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/tnexchangeserver.mspx are different.
Why are there these differences?
And yet they are both the same in one way - neither one appears to let you register for all 24 sessions and then let you download a folder with 24 .ics files in it.
Now some woud say that is just silly - nobody can do that, can they? Well, the Longhorn Team does just that with their series of webcasts to the Longhorn beta community. Check it out.
All this leads to the question of if you went to the trouble of creating 24 webcasts that you want us to watch, why do you make us go through 24 registration processes on one of two differently set up event sites?