SRV312 TechEd Slides

SRV312 TechEd Slides

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I just gave the talk, "”Server Management Improvements and Solutions for Windows Server 2008 R2”.  It went over rather well.  Attached are the slides.  I will try to get you the demos but that will be difficult and will take some time.

Enjoy!

Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]
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Attachment: SRV312_Snover.pptx
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  • I enjoyed the presentation (as usual) but I am little confused about the availability of PowerShell 2.0 for Windows Server 2003 etc.

    When will version 2.0 finally officialy be released via Windows-Update? (the latest available version is still the Release Candidate). So October 22nd was a kind of "one half of the release" day?

    Peter

  • How can I get my xbox 360?  I think that specific slide is missing ;-p

    (Thanks for sharing)

  • I'm just starting to learn Powershell now that it comes in the box on Win 7 and those demos would be *really* nice to have. Thanks!

  • Thanks for the slides. Video or transcripts of the talk would help; do you know if they will be available and when?

    Thanks

    -- MattJ

  • @Peter,

    PowerShell v2 for Server 2003 was released a week or so after the Windows 7 launch date.

    @MattJ,

    There's something called "TechNet Online" that attendees have access to after the event.  I'm not sure if that's open for other people to join.  It isn't free.  Don't despair though, I think I've seen others come online for free, but that was months later after the live show.

  • @Jeffrey Snover,

    Congrats!  From Twitter-land:

    "It's official! I got #1 Overall Teched talk & tied for Speaker Effectiveness but had fewer votes so I got #2. Snoopy dance! #Powershell"

  • PowerShell 2.0 for Windows Server 2003 was released with WinRM 2.0 as "Windows Management Framework Core"; update package is KB968930.

  • It was an awesome talk - and an outstanding demo. I can't wait to see the demo files as I'd like to make some use of them in my classroom teaching.

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