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Presenting at MMS 2009

This morning I got an email from Martin Dey (Microsoft) confirming that my session proposal for MMS 2009 has been accepted! I will be presenting at the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas! My session is titled “Operating System Deployment in the Real World”.

I’ll admit…there is certainly a combination of excitement and terror going through my head at this point. Looking forward to it…but I’m also aware that there is going to be a lot of work between now and April 27 to prepare for the session.

See you in Vegas!

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January 22, 2009 - Posted by | ConfigMgr, Microsoft, MMS

6 Comments »

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  2. Excellent! See you there!

    Comment by Sherry Kissinger | January 22, 2009

  3. Congratulations and good luck!

    I can only give one piece of advice for presenting to such a group. Don’t take the popular advice for nerves, you’ll get a terrible case of the giggles visualizing a room full of geeks in their BVDs.

    Comment by Scott | January 22, 2009

  4. Congrats! You’ll do great!

    Comment by Karl | January 23, 2009

  5. C U in Las Vegas.

    Is there any documentation out there showing how to deploy a Med-V Image using SCCM?

    Comment by Ryan Ettl | April 10, 2009

  6. Hey Ryan…look forward to meeting you in Vegas.

    As for the Med-V documentation…I honestly don’t know. I haven’t had an opportunity to deploy anything with Med-V at a client yet, so I haven’t needed to look for documentation. I would guess that there is, but I haven’t looked. It might be a little trickier to find the docs because Med-V is part of MDOP…which is only available to SA customers or for evaluation to MSDN and TechNet subscribers.

    Comment by Jarvis | April 15, 2009


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