For those of you that miss the “official” launch events, I will be delivering the same material at some post-launch Technet Briefings starting in March. Why am I posting about this now…..a month in advance? Because I expect these to be standing room only so I want you to get registered now. Here is some of what we will be talking about and demoing —
Exchange 2007 Role based deployment and how easy it is to configure a lite-weight, role based Exchange server config that only performs a small set of mail tasks
Exchange 2007 Management Shell (PowerShell) – automate mundane tasks and administrative chores using this powerful command line tool
Exchange 2007 Transport rules – Powerful mail management at the server level that allows you to make decisions about mail routing before it hits a database
Forefront technologies to protect your managed assets, email and more
Network Access Protection (NAP) – Ensure client machine meet a minimum standard of security before granting access to sensitive area of the network.
Vista Deployment – You just have to see how easy it is to create and deploy Vista machines as well as how much time you can save now when updating images
Vista Wow! – updates to familiar applications as well as brand new stuff you may not have ever seen.
I will be demonstrating all of this and more at these locations —
March 8th – 8a-12n – Lakewood, Wa
March 14th – 8a-12n – Anchorage, Ak
March 20th – 8a-12n – Redmond, Wa
If you don’t live in Washington or Alaska, we do have events in other parts of the US. You may still be able to get into an Official Launch Event in February. If those are full, we do have some events in March delivering the same information just not with all the hype and flash as the big Launch events.