Microsoft Forefront code-named “Stirling” is our new integrated security solution. We launched the first beta at RSA last month, and now there is a new Stirling team blog. The Stirling team has released these new resources:
Greetings from Redmond!
Now that Stirling’s been out for a while, it’s time to make sure you know the resources available to you when testing Stirling in your lab environment.
TechNet: Stirling information can be accessed from the Stirling TechNet Web site.
Deployment: The Stirling Deployment Guide steps you through installing Stirling and deploying the Stirling client software to the client computers in your lab environment.
Stirling and PowerShell: Stirling utilizes PowerShell for its features, and the cmdlets available with Beta 1 are documented in the PowerShell console and on TechNet. Also – a brief introduction on how Stirling uses PowerShell is included in the Operations guide.
Newsgroups: You can post questions and get more information about Stirling on the Stirling TechNet Community Forums.
Can’t emphasize this last one enough – let us know your questions, and what you think!