June TechNet NZ Update event: Windows Server 2008 Overview

TechNet NZ Update – June 2008:  Windows Server 2008 Overview   UPDATE:  The link to register for the 2nd running of this session is now up.  230PM in Auckland 27/6, and 430PM in Wellington 28/6.   Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is the next generation of the Windows Server operating system.   Come along to June’s TechNet Update…

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Wellington Windows Infrastructure User Group – Windows Server 2012

The next meeting is being held on Wednesday July 4 at 5PM Location is the Microsoft Wellington office, Level 12, 157 Lambton Quay, Midland Park, Wellington Please RVSP so we know how much beer and pizza we need Please RVSP at http://www.mscommunities.co.nz/Events/Wellington-Windows-Infrastructure-User-Group—Win.aspx   We will have 2 different presentations on this evening event, see you…

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Microsoft Extends Virtualisation Strategy, Outlines Product Road Map

Some big Microsoft virtualisation announcements happening real soon now Check it out http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2006/may06/05-22Virtualization.mspx Windows Server virtualization: Microsoft’s hypervisor-based solution is on track to be available with the upcoming Microsoft Windows Server “Longhorn” operating system. Microsoft anticipates having a beta release of Windows Server virtualization by the end of 2006 and plans to release to manufacturing…

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September TechNet Update event Christchurch: Windows Server 2008 Overview

Later this month, on Thursday 27 September, we will be in Christchurch hosting a (free) TechNet Update event – an overview of Windows Server 2008, and also will be demoing our newest addition to the Windows family, Windows Home Server as well.  The session will be on twice on the same day, to accommodate those…

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TechNet Unplugged October

Network Access Protection   System Centre Essentials 2007 Christchurch Weds 24th October   Auckland Thurs 25th October Wellington Fri 26th October   Back in CHC, AKL and WLG later this month doing another Microsoft UNPLUGGED event – October’s TechNet Update UPDATE: Registration now live.  Please register below.   This month’s presentations include a key Windows Server 2008…

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This just in. Exchange, IE, Monad news

Its been quiet around here, I’ve been on a long overdue holiday, overseas 🙂  But I’m back now rested, relaxed and firing on all cylinders: IE7 beta2 releases to the web and is now downloadable (including the real Beta 2 of IE7 for Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP1, and Windows XP 64-bit) http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/04/24/582546.aspx…

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Mount ISOs in Vista?

Daemon Tools is a “standard-issue” tool that a lot of people use to mount ISO images onto their machines.  The download versions that have been available in the past have not worked on Windows Vista.   I just noticed last night that the Daemon Tools website has been updated with V4.0.6 saying they have “full…

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watch Gordon Bell on Campbell Live tonight

Gordon Bell from Microsoft Research has been in town for the last few days and is being interviewed on TV3s Campbell Live program tonight from 7PM The interview will focus on his MyLifeBits Project Should be interesting.. There was an article in the Dominion Post yesterday and an interesting Channel9 video from last year…

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Slide deck from Launch: Core Infrastructure Improvements in Windows Server 2008

I just saved my slide deck from the Launch Wave 2008 event, up onto Skydrive, and its available on the link above.  All the decks will be officially published up to http://www.microsoft.com/nz/events/launchwave/default.mspx later this week, I will update this post once they’re available Core Infrastructure Improvements in Windows Server 2008 Presenter: Nathan Mercer, Microsoft NZ…

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Countdown to NZ Launch of Windows Server 2008

Not long to go now, till we kick off the launch of the 2008 Wave of Server products, starting in Christchurch next week We’ve mentioned this in the TechNet Flash, but as a reminder:  join us at one of our Launch Wave 2008 Technical Briefings and get an in-depth look at the cutting edge technologies…

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