Posted by: kurtsh | August 26, 2010

TRAINNG: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtual Hands On Lab – Sept 1

image Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtual Hands On Lab:
BranchCache, Remote Desktop Services, Direct Access, and Power Management

Windows Server 2008 R2 provides a productive server platform because it offers cost-effective virtualization, power saving capabilities, and a superior experience for end users. In this Hands-on Lab we will focus on the Windows Server 2008 R2 features that enable Administrators to streamline access to data and applications, especially from remote locations: BranchCache, Remote Desktop Services and Direct Access. We will also review how IT administrators can better measure and manage power consumption. Topics include:

  • Branch Cache
  • Publishing application using Remote Desktop Services RemoteApp
  • DirectAccess and Power Management

Register Now:
This special, no charge training event will fill quickly and space is limited, so be sure to register as soon as possible to reserve your seat.
This is a private training.  If you are a customer of mine, please contact me for registration information.

What is a virtual hands-on-lab:
This isn’t your typical IT class. A hands-on lab online is an invite only event that combines LiveMeeting with a virtual lab. Attendees and presenters login from anywhere. Attendees watch a brief LiveMeeting presentation, then spend most of the time getting hands-on experience working through all, or just self-selected modules of the entire lab – at their own pace, and receive real–time, personal, one-on-one attention from the presenter. In addition, there’s a proctor available for technical support and to answer more attendee questions.

September 1st 2010

9:00am – 1:00pm Pacific Time

Virtual Hands On Lab Classroom.

Target Audience:
IT Pro, IT Manager

Before the Event:


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