Wow, looking at the site I see that I haven’t been blogging for the past two months. I have a good excuse – I was away for 5 weeks on holiday in Europe. And since then I’ve been catching up with various things and trying to get prepared for a couple of speaking gigs.
First up is a session on What’s new in Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory for the Wellington Infrastructure User Group. It starts at 5pm on Tuesday 8th September 2009. Microsoft are hosting and they usually provide beer and pizza, so it’s worth coming along for that, if nothing else.
The second is a break-out session at Microsof Teched in Auckland on Wednesday 16th:
SVR203 Best practices for upgrading Active Directory to Windows Server 2008 R2
Presenter: Tony Murray
Wed 9/16 | 12:10-13:25 | New Zealand Room 1
If you’re going to Teched come along and say hello, even if you can’t make the session (it is, after all, the day after TechFest).