Hands-on Windows OS Internals and Advanced Troubleshooting

I received an email from David Solomon – author of Windows Internals this morning. By amazing coincidence, I happened to have a copy of it open and reading it just as the email came in. David & his colleage, Mark Russinovich regularly give courses to folks in the Windows Core OS Division here in Redmond as…

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Netware to Windows Server migration

So, apart from being a great showcase for using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 to run online labs, this provides a great opportunity to learn about how to migrate from Novell to Windows in this brand new online lab. To sign up and for more information, click here.  

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Virtual Server 2005 eLearning Course is now available

A new self-paced on-line course (also available offline) is now available entitled “Using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005”. The course takes around 5 hours to complete and prepares students to migrate legacy applications and consolidate server functions by using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005. The objectives of the course are to walkaway being able to  – Install and…

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Scripting Guys Webcast Week 2 - 24th January 2005

The scripting guys did a great job with a series of webcasts under the banner of “Scripting Week 1” earlier this year. They  included topics such as “WMI is not a Four-Letter Word” and “Scripting Files and Folders Makes Me Happy”. The week 1 webcasts are archived and available for viewing here. The really good…

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NT4 Server and Windows Server 2003 Interoperability - Technet Evening Session

I’m co-presenting a free Technet evening event with Dave Sayers tomorrow night (Tue 23rd Nov) at the Microsoft office in Reading, UK discussing “NT4 and Windows Server 2003 interoperability”. The session starts at 18:30 with registration opening at 18:00. Click here for the registration site. Remember, it’s FREE If you are planning on attending, please…

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