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January-March 2007 – TechNet Event Resources

Kevin’s TechNet “New Day” ReadinessEvent Resources – Jan-Mar, 2007   You can find this resource document online (and with live hyperlinks) at: http://blogs.technet.com/kevinremde/pages/Q32007TNRes.aspx   E-mail Technical Questions: Kevin Remde – Kevin.Remde@microsoft.com   Kevin’s Blog “Full of I.T.” – Additional Resources and Discussion http://blogs.technet.com/kevinremde   Feedback e-mail to my boss: Melanie Brunner – mbrunne@microsoft.com   Future… Read more

December TechNet Webcast and Virtual LAb Schedule (Wanna win an XBOX 360?)

“Yeah, I wanna win a 360, Kevin!” Of course you do.  (So do I, but my employer says I’m ineligible.) Take any TechNet or MSDN Virtual Lab or Labcast, submit a completed evaluation, and be automatically registered to win an Xbox 360!  To learn more, see the official rules! And here is the schedule for… Read more

December 2006 TechNet Webcasts and Virtual Labs

Upcoming TechNet Webcasts: December 2006 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  … Read more

October-December 2006 – TechNet Event Resources

Kevin’s TechNet “Racing Fuel” Event Resources – October-December, 2006 E-mail Technical Questions: Kevin Remde – Kevin.Remde@microsoft.com Feedback e-mail to my boss: Melanie Brunner – mbrunne@microsoft.com Future Live, In-Person Event Information: TechNet (for IT Pros): http://www.technetevents.com/kevinremdeMSDN (for Software Developers): http://www.MSDNEvents.comMicrosoft Across America: http://www.microsoft.com/acrossamerica Next Scheduled Area “Microsoft Across America” Events:Watch www.technetevents.com/kevinremde for dates as they go… Read more

Best of Questions and Answers from Webcast: Getting Started with Group Policy in Windows Vista (June 28, 2006)

Webcast Q&A Below I’ve pasted an edited and cleaned up copy of most of the Q&A from today’s webcast entitled “Getting Started with Group Policy in Windows Vista” HUGE thank you to Mark Lawrence for handling the Q&A on the back-end, and who’s work this really represents. -Kevin — Questions and Answers “Which ADPREP do I… Read more

Big Virtualization Announcements

Announced at WinHEC 2006… Microsoft made some big announcements about our Virtualization product road map yesterday at WinHEC 2006.  (I’m sorry I wasn’t able to get the news out about it sooner, but was busy attending and presenting at a seminar in St. Louis.)  Two products and an acquisition were announced: Windows Server Virtualization Microsoft System… Read more

Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 Enterprise Edition – FREE

How much would you pay for all of that power? Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 is now a free product.  Get it here! “Isn’t this old news, Kevin?” Yeah… If you’ve heard this already, please forgive me.  I was not blogging the week it happened, so I missed putting out the big scoop here.  But… Read more

The April TechNet Webcast Calendar is LIVE!

April’s Shower of Webcasts The schedule for April has been posted.  Sign up early and often! Here are a few I’ll be leading… TechNet Webcast: Exchange Best Practice Analyzer (ExBPA) (Level 300) Monday, April 10, 2006 – 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific Time Kevin Remde, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation The Microsoft Exchange Server Best… Read more

A New Year of TechNet Webcasts Begins!

Yes indeed! The January TechNet Webcast Schedule is Live! We’ve got lots of great content for you this month; especially the two sessions I’m doing on Exchange Server Security. TechNet Webcast: Implementing Exchange Server 2003 Security (Part 1 of 2): Securing Services and Messaging Protocols (Level 200)Monday, January 16, 2006 – 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM… Read more

New and Improved IP Stack in Windows Vista

  The Cable Guy’s article from last month talks about the new, “Next Generation” TCP/IP stack that has been built for Microsoft Windows Vista and the next version of Microsoft Server (codename: Longhorn Server).  The article lists a number of improved features as well as nearly a dozen new ones.  It also includes an architecture… Read more