Register early, register now. Also in the east coast, we are about to start the “Game On Tour.” Come to these events, meet your peers, hook up with the community, and update your skill set with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 solutions.
Windows XP to Windows 7 migration has become a main topic actively discussed in IT Pro communities concerning enterprise desktop deployment. This is a good time to go full ahead and ramp up the skill set needed to do the job as we are approaching the general availability of Windows 7 on October 22, 2009.
This guide provides assistance on migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7, all the way from gathering information about your environment to deploying the operating system. As you move through each step in the process, you can leverage deeper resources by clicking on the individual icons. With this content, you can master the subject and make the best decisions to successfully transition your IT environment. There are 5 sections in the document and each section is led by an introductory video.
I have just finished developing the content of RDS and VDI to be soon delivered in the Session 3 of the upcoming TechNet events. To minimize the required hardware, both the RDS and VDI demos are to be carried out using one laptop. In this screencast I briefly described how my demo laptop was set up. In upcoming screencasts, I will walk through the steps to manage applications for remote access, integrate RDS components for VDI, and via a browser access a personal or pooled Virtual Machine running in data center without VPN.