Your Guide to the Latest Windows Server Product Information
Wow - September already. Time to get back to school.
And there is no better way to get back into the school mood than checking out these webcasts this September on Windows Server "longhorn"
This is a GREAT chance for you to get your questions asked by the people who are closest to the code and development process. Hope many of you can make it.
Sep 21 - 1PM PST - Webcast – Introduction to Terminal Services in Windows Server “Longhorn”
This is your opportunity to understand how 3rd party offerings will add value in the Windows Server “Longhorn” timeframe. Discover the new features in TS that will enable new ways to deliver terminal server based applications along with seamless connections to terminal servers directly from the Internet. To register for this and other Windows Server “Longhorn” Webcasts visit http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver/longhorn/webcasts.mspx.
Sept 19 1PM PST Webcast – Enabling Trusted Communications and Health Policy Enforcement with Network Access Protection (NAP)
Tune in to this Webcast series for IT professionals to find out about Network Access Protection (NAP) and how to ensure that computers connecting to a network meet administrator-defined requirements about the newest protection features of Windows Server “Longhorn”. To register for this and other Windows Server “Longhorn” Webcasts visit http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver/longhorn/webcasts.mspx.
Sept 14 2:30PM PST Executive Chat: Network Access Protection in Windows Vista and Windows Server "Longhorn"
Windows Server "Longhorn" provides a policy enforcement platform that helps ensure that computers connecting to a network meet administrator-defined requirements for system health. Administrators can use a combination of policy validation and network isolation components to control network access help improve the security of their infrastructure. Please join Mark Ashida, General Manager of Enterprise Networking Servers at Microsoft and the NAP engineering team for an open discussion on Network Access Protection in Windows Server "Longhorn". http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/chats/default.mspx#06_0914_TN_Network
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