PowerShell Demo Files

Many of you at the Orlando Event on Tuesday asked about the demo files I used during the PowerShell session.  My colleague Kevin Remde zipped all the files up and made them available here –>> Demo Files Zip.   Also, here’s a link to my post on the Free Self-Paced Windows PowerShell Scripting Workshop  …

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Screencast Series: Step-By-Step Windows Vista "Nibbles" – Part 4 of 12 – Changing Your Desktop Background

In this screencast  we’re going to take a look at how easy it is to change desktop background in Windows Vista.  There are a variety of options available to us including over 20 different wallpapers, sample photographs and solid colors. And if that isn’t enough, you can use your own photographs too!!! These are the…

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Certification 101: Getting Started with Microsoft Certification

Are you interested in Microsoft Certifications but aren’t sure where to start?   Then you might want to join us for one of these Certification 101 webcasts. Who’s the Audience? IT Professionals, developers who think they might like to get certified, but aren’t sure it’s right for them and/or aren’t sure where to start. People who…

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Technical Chat with Chris Jackson on Windows Vista: Thursday, Nov. 20th – 11:00 AM Pacific Time

We would like to invite you to a special chat with Chris Jackson to talk about Windows Vista. What’s the Chat About? In this one-hour session you will have the opportunity to hear from him on Application Compatibility, Performance, Security, Driver Issues and other topics you have seen in the press. Additionally, Chris will be…

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Screencast Series: Step-By-Step Windows Vista "Nibbles" – Part 3 of 12 – Viewing Folders and Files in Different Ways

The Windows Explorer window is dynamic and changes to reflect the content you are viewing.  In this screencast we’ll look the new layout of Windows Explorer and how we can customize our view. The core elements of Windows Explorer are: Back and Forward buttons – works in the the same way as Internet Explorer. The…

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Just Released: The Latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report Vol. 5

The latest version of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report is now publicly available, with some important information if you’re interested in an in-depth perspective on the changing threat landscape including software vulnerability disclosures and exploits, malicious software (malware), and potentially unwanted software.  What’s in the Report? The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 5, is approximately…

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Just Announced at TechEd in Barcelona, España: Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 3.2 Now Available!!!!

  I did a post back in October titled MICROSOFT ASSESSMENT & PLANNING TOOLKIT 3.2 BETA PROGRAM IS NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION.  I’m pleased to let you know that last week at TechEd in Barcelona, the RTM release of the Microsoft® Assessment and Planning Toolkit (MAP) was announced. If you’re doing any planning for IT…

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Unified Communications helping Road Warriors: My laptop is now my phone!!!

My teammate John Weston has created a couple of great screencasts talking about how we use Unified Communications (UC) in our day-to-day work to keep us productive, especially when we’re on the road.  Everyone in the team has a UC phone number which means no matter where we are, if you call our phone and we’re…

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Now Available!!!! Windows Server 2008 Evaluation Virtual Hard Drive Images (for Hyper-V)

Are you working with Hyper-V??  Want to save some time creating virtual machines?   Then take a look at the Virtual Machine download site, there are two virtual machines available:  Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Server CORE installation and Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Server FULL installation.  These VHD’s are only available in English only and is only…

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