For those of you not attending TechEd this year - I have compiled information about Terminal Services sessions AND how you can access some of them without being there.
1) Terminal Services sessions :
SVR408 Terminal Services Capacity Planning, Performance Monitoring and Windows Server Resource Manager
Monday, June 12 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM, 160 ABC
Speaker(s): Alex Balcanquall
This presentation focuses on proven techniques using Performance Monitor to identify capacity issues, performance planning, consolidation, scalability, and health checks for Terminal Services Environments. We provide the (25) foundational performance counters and supportability metrics to provide and allow authoritative determination if a server is healthy, in danger, or has exceeded a critical performance metric for disk subsystems, kernel memory, network interfaces, user mode processes, or processor(s) for the OS and its underlying hardware. This presentation has labs for student learning, and easy-to-use templates, specifications, and best practices to improve performance and stability of Terminal Servers systems and improve application responsiveness for users. This class is a subset of the Microsoft Vital Signs Workshop.
Session Level(s): 400
Session Type(s): Breakout Session
Track(s): Windows Server Infrastructure
SVR215 Windows Server Code Named "Longhorn" Terminal Services: Introduction
Tuesday, June 13 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM, 258 ABC
Learn how the new Remote Programs and Terminal Services Gateway features in Windows Server code named "Longhorn" allow you to simply deliver access to applications to users regardless of bandwidth or devices. Discover how to architect a "Longhorn" Terminal Services infrastructure and see demonstrations of many key new features.
Session Level(s): 200
SVR008 Windows Server Code Named "Longhorn": Terminal Services
This lab walks you through setting up key new Terminal Services features. Learn how to easily deploy applications by creating an end-to-end lab infrastructure for delivering Remote Programs to local and remote users, using the new TS Web Access and TS Gateway features.
Session Level(s): 300
Session Type(s): Hands-on Lab
SVR424 Extending Terminal Services Functionalities
Thursday, June 15 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM, 205 ABC
Speaker(s): Bernhard Tritsch
Learn how to ensure that your applications run smoothly on a terminal server platform, optimize your applications and learn how to extend the functionality of your applications and Terminal Services. In the first part of this session, learn about the specific terminal server application requirements and how to avoid potentially incompatible coding. In the second part of the session, get expert guidance on how to use the Terminal Services API in your applications and in your administrative scripts. This includes the use of managed and unmanaged code, Win32 API information, how Virtual Channels can be used to develop additional Terminal Services functionality, and how to use C# and .NET to leverage Terminal Services functions not normally exposed to .NET. This session also includes sample code in C# for both the client and the server side.
SVRT8EB4 Terminal Services Open Door (Chalk’n’Talk)
Speaker(s): Alex Balcanquall, Bernhard Tritsch, Citrix
This session is your chance to have all your TS questions answered. Expect this session is light on power point slides (none) and heavy on audience participation. We can help with roadmap, deployment, troubleshooting, architecture and Longhorn questions.
Session Type(s): Chalk’n’Talk
SVR008 Windows Server Code Named "Longhorn": Terminal Services (Hands On LAB – Available during all lab time)
Tuesday 13-Jun 2:45 - 4:00 (Theatre 2 - Breakout 09)
2) How to access - copied from TechEd site:
If you are not attending Tech·Ed 2006, we have developed other ways for you to experience the conference virtually:
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View Webcasts of Conference SessionsTune in June 12–16 as we simulcast live more than 40 of the top sessions and speakers from Tech·Ed 2006. Also, view our library of more than 100 other live and on-demand webcasts in the Tech·Ed 2006 Webcast Series.
Order the DVD SetBecause Tech·Ed 2006 sold out so early, we have reduced the DVD set price from $495US to $195US. The DVD set will include streaming media files of the Tech·Ed 2006 breakout sessions, strategic briefings, and keynote address. You will find additional bonus content, including hands-on lab manuals and related breakout session material.
Update: The 2006 TechEd is no longer available online. You can still view the material by ordering the DVD Set.
Hi Rob - I don't see all of these on the MS website. Can yo provide a link to the SVR408 webcast?