The System Center User Group directory

We’ve started compiling a centralized list of User Groups around the world that host meeting centered around Microsoft System Center technologies.

You can find that page here:

If you want your User Group exposed to the System Center community, is the place to do it. represents the largest group of System Center customers in the world, and if you want to get noticed, you have to have a presence here.

The User Group listing page can be editing by anyone, but if you don’t want the hassle of developing a format of your own, send your User Group information along and we'll post it for you.

Send us the User Group name, your web site address, contact information, and a short blurb about your User Group.

If you want your User Group to get noticed and you want it to grow, you need to be listed here.

NEASMSUG Meeting in September 3rd (next week!)!

New England Area SMS User Group Meeting:

Meeting date is Wednesday, September 3 (next week) at 6:30 in Waltham. Details posted to the web!

PLEASE do not forget to register to allow us to have a proper headcount.

We’ve locked in Steve Kaczmarek and his documentation team to host the keynote discussion for this meeting…. We are also going to try and pry some details around R2 release from Jared Cook as well!

Steve ALWAYS provides an interesting and exciting meeting. We are doubly fortunate to have the rest of his team available online as well, so this should be a relay great night!

In case some of you do not know,  Steve Kaczmarek is the author of SMS 2003  Administrator’s Companion, as well as the System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Administrator’s Companion.  This is a HUGE honor for us.  Steve is also the force behind the “superflows”  Here is the System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Software Updates Synchronization Superflow:

Please make every effort to attend as Steve is adjusting his schedule while he is in town.

Welcome to the System Center User Group of Belgium is working with the System Center User Group (SCUG) of Belgium to get more exposure for their User Group.  Their content stream has been added into the primary stream so you can get a taste of what is going on in the Belgium User Group.  Please visit their blog and feel free to grab their RSS stream.

The SCUG blog:

The SCUG RSS Feed:

The Primary RSS Feed:


If you are in the Belgium area and would like to join this User Group, you can contact them through the Contact feature on the blog: