TechEd 2012 US

Hi there,

I’m currently at TechEd 2012 in Orlando, and it’s time to get back blogging again. As you’ve propably seen, the Release Candidate for Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 Release Preview have been released.

No wonder that there is a lot of information at TechEd about the new Windows Operating Systems. I’ve been working with both versions for a while now and love the products. Computacenter Germany is in the Windows Server Rapid Deployment Program and we currently deploy WS2012 in production, and we are currently delivering a roadshow about Windows 8 where I have the honor to present Windows Server 2012 features which are supporting a great client infrastructure.

I’m speaking on Thursday at 1pm about the Evolution of Active Directory Recovery. I’m looking forward to the session – I’ve delivered it just a few month back at The Experts Conference in San Diego, but have updated it a lot. There is not a single slide which is the same Winking smile. Additionally I’m exited running it from the release previews, but will post more details on my demo-infrastructure later.

If you are at TechEd, and interested in high level Active Directory content, I encourage you coming by (or find me at the Active Directory & Dynamic Access to Files booth), if you sent your collegues let them know. The session will also be live streamed for those who couldn’t make it to TechEd. If you make it to TechEd Europe in Amsterdam later this month, don’t stay up late (in European Timezones) to watch the stream but come by to the repeat of the session in Europe.

Let me know how you liked it, and don’t forget to provide official feedback if you want this deep-level content sessions about Active Directory coming back – it’s a small fight every year at TechEd and at some years we had almost no AD sessions. Another reason why I’m so exited about this years TechEd.

Details about the session are at http://northamerica.msteched.com/topic/details/2012/SIA319

If you want to twitter about it, please use #tesia319 and follow me @DSGeek.



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