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TechNet Webcast Schedule – 2005 09

Upcoming TechNet Webcasts: September 2005

TechNet webcasts are designed specifically for the IT Professional, offering in-depth information on how to plan, deploy, and manage Microsoft products and technologies, such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Windows Server, Microsoft Internet Information Services, and Microsoft Content Management Server.

 

TechNet Webcast Series: Upcoming & On-Demand

 

Upcoming TechNet Webcasts

·          By Topic

·          By Product/Technology

 

 

§          New: Escape Yesterworld and learn about SQL Server 2005/Visual Studio 2005 with this entertaining website: www.escapeyesterworld.com.

§          Check out the TechNet Webcasts Weblog.

§          TechNet Webcast Calendar

§          Security Webcast Calendar

 

 

Now you can register for an on-demand webcast and choose how you would like to view the archive (for webcasts that took place December 1, 2004 or later). Register to view an on-demand webcast and download a .wmv of the webcast immediately. By registering, you will also receive a confirmation email the following day with a link to the PPT download.

 

Additional Webcast Resources

 

TechNet Webcast Series: Upcoming & On-Demand

 

TechNet Webcasts

 

SQL Server 2005: Get ready!

Live and on-demand webcasts available now
Learn how Microsoft SQL Server 2005 can help you leverage your existing investment in business intelligence without sacrificing the ability to extend and add cutting-edge functionality. Through the use of interactive presentations and live product demos, we will step you through all the major enhancements in SQL Server 2005 to give you a head start in your plans to bring these benefits to your organization.

 

Tech·Ed 2005 Webcast Series: Learn, solve, grow

Live webcasts available in August and September; On-demand webcasts available now

Did you miss a breakout session at Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, or have coworkers who could not attend? Tune in to our “best of” Tech·Ed 2005 webcasts in August and September for live presentations of the most popular sessions.

 

Master Administrative Scripting with Don Jones

Second Tuesday of every month; on-demand webcasts available now

Join us as Scripting guru Don Jones—Microsoft MVP, creator of ScriptingAnswers.com, MCSE, author, speaker, consultant, scripting geek, and all-around Windows administrator—presents timely topics targeted at administrators, helping you script better, faster, and more.

 

Exchange Server 2003 In Depth: Master concepts and optimize your server environment
On-demand webcasts available now

IT professionals, keep your skills and knowledge about Exchange Server 2003 up to date with tips and best practices from Exchange 2003 experts. Through the use of Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentations and product demos, our subject matter experts cover in-depth topics such as operations, mobility, migration, management, and security, providing you with the tools and knowledge that help optimize your Exchange 2003 environment. Whether you are currently administering Exchange 2003 or looking to migrate to Exchange 2003, you do not want to miss these webcasts.


TechNet Webcast Calendar

TechNet webcasts listed in an easy-to-use calendar format.

 

Security Webcast Calendar

Security webcasts listed in an easy-to-use calendar format.

 

TechNet Webcasts Weblog.

 

BONUS: Attend any live webcast through November and you could win a Portable Media Center. See official rules for more details. Offer open to U.S. residents only.

 

Additional Live & On-Demand Webcast Series Available NOW:

 

§          Active Directory

§          Ask the Security Experts

§          Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2005

§          Desktop Deployment

§          Group Policy 

§          IIS

§          ISA Server 2004

§          Managing a Microsoft Infrastructure

§          Microsoft Project

§          Real-Time Collaboration

§          Scripting

§          SMS

§          To Active Directory and Beyond: Learn Windows migration strategies

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