The first Exchange breakout session this morning served as a bit of an “Exchange 2007 Keynote” talk, with our General Manager Terry Myerson doing the delivery. He covered E2k7’s features and characteristics end-to-end in 75 mins, and had a couple of us help out with demos to dig in on a few areas (Unified Messaging, OWA, SysMgmt/PowerShell).
I covered the last of these three demos with a slimmed down version of my PowerShell opener demo that I’ll be doing in my Wednesday Session. Now I’m super jazzed about the Wednesday talk; It’s a shame it’s not until Wednesday!
Here are the details for those of you who are here in Orlando:
UNC309: Microsoft Windows PowerShell Scripting for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Wednesday, June 6th
Bright-and-early AM (ie – 8:30-9:45am)
Location: S220 D
Some emails and comments on the previous post asking whether the outcome of the session will be posted afterward. I’ll probably post some debrief from the session, and I know that the TechEd A/V staff are also planning to record the session. That said, I’m not sure what they’ll do with the recording…? If it turns up online or somewhere I can link to, I’ll be sure to do so.
Thanks everyone for your interest and hope you can make it on Wednesday (there’s still time to get your plane ticket). 🙂