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January 27, 2009

IT Manager Dialog Series:  Governance and Compliance

In our monthly IT Manager Dialog Series we open up and talk to the experts both inside and outside of Microsoft about the latest trends impacting IT, and the resources and guidance available to help you plan and deploy the latest Microsoft technologies.  The often misunderstood and under-appreciated topic of governance and compliance is at the center of this episode. Joining us from Microsoft is Frank Simorjay, Product Manager for the Solution Accelerators Security and Compliance Team in Redmond.

Length: 0:22:57

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Wayne Applehans

Audience Marketing Director, Microsoft

Frank Simorjay

Product Manager, Microsoft Solution Accelerators Security and Compliance

Dean Andrews

Program Manager, Microsoft Usability

January 20, 2009

BitLocker

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we talk with Paul Cooke about BitLocker.  We find out what’s new for BitLocker with Windows 7.  We also feature our tip of the week with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:14:33

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Paul Cooke

Director, Windows Client Marketing

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

January 13, 2009

New Features in Partitioning and Indexes for SQL Server 2008

SQL expert Kimberly Tripp covers some of the new features in partitioning and indexes for Microsoft SQL Server 2008, including partition-aligned indexed views, filtered indexes, and filtered stats. We also cover the January 2009 Microsoft Security Bulletins.     

Length: 0:36:14

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

John Weston

IT Pro Evangelist

Kimberly Tripp

Kimberly Tripp is a SQL Server MVP.  Since 1995, Kimberly has worked as a Speaker, Writer, Trainer and Consultant for her own company SYSolutions, Inc. (aka SQLskills.com).  Currently, Kimberly is focused on SQL Server 2008 content for conferences and workshops around the world.

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

Greg Lenti

Security Program Manager

January 6, 2009

Data Corruption Survival Techniques

Your database is corrupt, what should you do? Well, it depends. How critical is the data? Do you know what is really wrong with the database? Should you restore or repair? It is all about limiting downtime and data loss when a corruption occurs. In this episode, Paul Randal gives you insight into how to recover from corruption without making things worse.

Length: 0:20:03

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

John Weston

IT Pro Evangelist

Paul Randal

Paul S. Randal is the Managing Director of SQLskills.com, which he runs with his wife Kimberly L. Tripp. Paul is a SQL Server MVP and Contributing Editor for TechNet Magazine. He holds a patent (with Microsoft) on consistency checking technology.

December 30, 2008

System Center Virtual Machine Manager

Keith Combs talks with senior product manager Edwin Yuen about Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager. We also feature another installment of our "tip of the week" with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:36:00

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Keith Combs

IT Pro Evangelist

Edwin Yuen

Senior Product Manager, Integrated Virtualization, Microsoft

December 23, 2008

Microsoft Platform Dialog:  Virtualization

In our new monthly interview series, we talk to the experts both inside and outside of Microsoft about the latest trends impacting IT and the resources and guidance available to help you plan and deploy the latest Microsoft technologies. This month we discuss virtualization with Baldwin Ng, senior product manager for the Solution Accelerators Core Engineering Team. We also feature another installment of our "tip of the week" with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:30:07

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Wayne Applehans

Audience Marketing Director, Microsoft

Baldwin Ng

Senior Product Manager, Solution Accelerators Core Engineering Team, Microsoft

December 16, 2008

How Microsoft IT Developed a Business Case for System Center Configuration Manager 2007

Learn how Microsoft IT plans to implement Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 in a data center to enable reduced costs through optimized IT resources, improve efficiency, and allow the data center to meet its data and computing needs.

Length: 0:28:35

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Edward Bell

Microsoft IT Senior Operations Engineer.  As a Senior Operations Engineer, Edward Bell is responsible for the design, implementation and support of Microsoft IT Datacenter System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) infrastructure.

As datacenter SCCM service lead, Edward runs the datacenter asset management, desired configuration management (DCM) and software deployment services supporting thousands of datacenter servers within Microsoft enterprise worldwide.  Additionally, he works closely with the security patch management service lead that provides datacenter server security patch management for Microsoft datacenter servers worldwide.

Edward has proudly deployed every version Microsoft System Management Server (SMS) at large enterprises nationwide.

Prior to joining Microsoft, Edward worked nearly 10 years for Grumman Technical Services. He deployed and administered Microsoft System Management Server for NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.

December 9, 2008

Green IT (Part 2 of 2): Virtualization

We continue our conversation on green IT with Microsoft environmental technologist Mark Aggar.  In this episode, we focus on virtualization. Find out how you can use virtualization in your IT environment to cut costs and save energy.  We also cover the December 2008 Microsoft Security Bulletins.

Length: 0:45:11

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Adam Bogobowicz

Senior Product Manager, Microsoft

Mark Aggar

Environmental Technologist, Microsoft

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

Greg Lenti

Security Program Manager

December 2, 2008

Green IT (Part 1 of 2)

Green IT has been a popular buzzword lately, but what does it really mean?  What does it take to get your organization to "go green"?  We talk with Microsoft environmental technologist Mark Aggar to find out.

Length: 0:22:25

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Adam Bogobowicz

Senior Product Manager, Microsoft

Mark Aggar

Environmental Technologist, Microsoft

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft

November 25, 2008

PASS Community Summit 2008–SQL Server Heroes Unite

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we come to you from the PASS Community Summit 2008 –the largest gathering of Microsoft SQL Server professionals in the world. We hear from Kimberly Tripp, Paul Randal, Buck Woody, and other industry luminaries. Topics we cover include the state of the industry, manageability features in SQL Server 2008, and strategies for upgrading to SQL Server 2008.

Length: 0:36:40

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Wayne Snyder

PASS President

Buck Woody

Program Manager, Microsoft

Billy Bosworth

VP and GM, Business Unit – SQL Server, Quest Software

Sol Waters

Manager, Embarcadero Technologies

Joe Yong

Scalability Experts Inc.

Kimberly L Tripp

Kimberly L. Tripp is a SQL Server MVP.  Since 1995, Kimberly has worked as a Speaker, Writer, Trainer and Consultant for her own company SYSolutions, Inc. (aka SQLskills.com).  Currently, Kimberly is focused on SQL Server 2008 content for conferences and workshops around the world.

Paul S Randal

Paul is a SQL Server MVP and writes for TechNet Magazine. He holds a patent (with Microsoft) on consistency checking technology.

November 18, 2008

PowerShell with the Powerscripting Podcast Guys

Join us for this TechNet Radio session with special guests Jonathan Walz and Hal Rottenberg from the Powerscripting Podcast. We cover what is new in Windows PowerShell 2008 R2, emphasize why it is important for administrators to start learning PowerShell now, and point out some community resources for PowerShell users.

Length: 0:22:01

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Jonathan Walz

Co-Host of the Powerscripting Podcast

Hal Rottenberg

Co-Host of the Powerscripting Podcast

November 11, 2008

How Microsoft Does IT: Deploying, Managing, and Hosting SharePoint at Microsoft

Join us for this TechNet Radio session to hear Dan Lozovatsky answer some of the most common questions customers have asked about how Microsoft IT upgraded and migrated from Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. We also cover the November 2008 Microsoft Security Bulletins.

Length: 0:40:47

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Scott St. Jean

Scott St. Jean is a program manager for Microsoft SharePoint Online Dedicated. He is responsible for managing projects and features related to hosting SharePoint for Microsoft, as well as other enterprise customers. Scott has worked with Microsoft Online and Microsoft IT. Prior to that, Scott acted as a consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services, working on SharePoint and Content Management Server projects.

Dan Lozovatsky

A program manager on the SharePoint Online (SPO) team at Microsoft, Dan Lozovatsky manages projects with the existing infrastructure for both the internal Microsoft SharePoint 2007 environment, as well as for all SPO customers. His areas of work include version-to-version upgrades, regional consolidation, and server farm backups. In addition, Dan manages the SharePoint platform customization process for SPO customers. Dan joined Microsoft and the SPO team in 2006. He has a Bachelors of Science, in Information Science, from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

Greg Lenti

Security Program Manager

November 4, 2008

Least User Access (LUA)

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we learn about Least User Access (LUA) with Harold Wong and Aaron Margosis. The LUA approach helps to ensure that users follow the principle of least privilege and always log on with limited user accounts. This strategy also aims to limit the use of administrative credentials to administrators, and then only for administrative tasks.

Length: 0:24:21

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Harold Wong

IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft

Aaron Margosis

Aaron Margosis is a developer, security expert, longtime blogger, and evangelist for running with least privilege ("the god of non-admin," said Mark Russinovich). Author of MakeMeAdmin, PrivBar, LUA Buglight, and other popular tools, Aaron has worked in Microsoft Consulting Services since 1999, focusing on United States government customers.

October 28, 2008

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

Learn about the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) with developers Tim Mintner and Michael Niehaus. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, a free download, is the fourth-generation deployment accelerator from Microsoft and the next version of Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) 2007. It is the recommended process and toolset to automate desktop and server deployment. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit provides detailed guidance and job aids for every organizational role involved with large-scale deployment projects.

Length: 0:32:12

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Tim Mintner

Senior Developer, Microsoft

Michael Niehaus

Senior Developer, Microsoft

October 21, 2008

Windows Vista Benefits

Two longtime IT Professionals discuss the benefits of deploying Windows Vista in your organization.  Eileen Brown and Kevin Remde talk about security and their favorite features in Windows Vista.

Length: 0:32:43

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Kevin Remde

IT Pro Evangelist

Eileen Brown

IT Pro Evangelism Manager

October 14, 2008

System Center Integrates IT Management to Support Rapid Customer Growth

Listen to how Total Wine took advantage of Microsoft System Center solutions to automate server imaging, application and update deployment, server monitoring, and backup, relieving the need for the IT staff to manually manage store and data center servers. We also cover the Microsoft October Security Bulletins

Length: 1:09:43

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Jason Buffington

Senior Technical Product Manager, Microsoft

Todd L. Slan

Total Wine

Robert DeSantos

Total Wine

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

Greg Lenti

Security Program Manager

October 7, 2008

Mitigating Application Compatibility Issues on Windows Vista Using Shims

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we explore many of the compatibility issues that the Windows team has experienced at customer sites in the context of what we can fix without updating the application, and how to fix it. The Windows Application Compatibility Infrastructure (Shim Infrastructure) is a powerful tool for resolving compatibility issues and unblocking Windows Vista deployments, but understanding where and how to leverage and configure shims can be daunting until you learn some of the tricks and subtleties, many of which we expose!  Plus, we feature another installment of our ‘tip of the week’ with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:39:25

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Kevin Remde

IT Pro Evangelist

Chris Jackson

Microsoft Windows Application Experience SWAT Team

September 30, 2008

Windows Essential Business Server: Deployment and Migration Best Practices

Windows Essential Business Server 2008 is a new multi-server solution designed to meet the IT infrastructure needs of mid-size businesses. It is built on the Windows Server 2008 technologies and including key workloads of Messaging, Security, and Management. This TechNet Radio session covers best practices for deploying Windows Essential Business Server in the most common deployment and migration scenarios.  We will also go into the differences between the Essential Business Server and Small Business Server platforms.  Plus, we feature another installment of our ‘tip of the week’ with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:39:20

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Michael Anderberg

Michael Anderberg is an IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft in Sweden. In his 12 years at Microsoft his main focus has been the Windows operating system as well as the infrastructure platform. He is the primary security speaker and spokesperson for Microsoft Sweden. Together with MVP Mikael Nyström he hosts the award winning podcast show 'The Nerd Herd’ in Swedish for the Swedish IT Pro Audience.

Mikael Nyström

Mikael Nyström is Senior Executive Consultant at TrueSec in Sweden. Mikael worked in the IT industry since the era of 8” floppy as a technician, consultant, administrator and god knows what. He has been focused on Microsoft products since DOS 2.11 and works mainly with infrastructure, virtualization and deployment for enterprise class companies and SBS (and now EBS) for the standard companies. Mikael works closely with Microsoft in Sweden but also with different teams in Redmond. Mikael does training, seminars and works as a consultant and also is the second half of “The Nerd Herd”.

September 23, 2008

User Group Community

Join this TechNet Radio session to hear about the user group community. Find out how you can get involved, and get some tips for starting a user group in your area.

Length: 0:43:14

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Dan Stolts

IT Pro Evangelist

Dan Wygant

Senior Consultant and Microsoft MVP

September 16, 2008

How Microsoft IT Uses Visual Studio Team Foundation Server to Improve IT Processes

Join this TechNet Radio session to hear about the tools and benefits of using Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Foundation Server for the IT engineering process. We describe the Microsoft IT long-term vision to adopt Team Foundation Server, a suite of engineering tools to facilitate planning, development, and project management activities.

Length: 0:16:26

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Austin Pinard

Senior Solutions Manager

September 9, 2008

September 2008 Security Bulletins

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we feature the September 2008 Security Bulletins. We also have our 'Tip of the Week' with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:21:23

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

Greg Lenti

Security Program Manager

September 2, 2008

What to look for at the PASS Community Summit 2008

The PASS Community Summit 2008 is the single largest gathering of Microsoft SQL Server professionals in the world, bringing together the entire community - from the brightest and the best, to the newest SQL Server users. Attendees receive top-rated industry advice and expertise on the best ways to develop, deploy and manage their entire SQL Server environment and will walk away with an in-depth and hands-on look at all things SQL Server.  SQL CAT’s Paul Mestemaker talks with SQL Marketing Manager Roni Karassik to find out what to look for at this exciting conference.

Length: 0:18:36

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Paul Mestemaker

Program Manager, SQL CAT

Roni Karassik

Product Manager, SQL Marketing

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

August 26, 2008

What's New in the Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition GDR?

This TechNet Radio session features an overview that highlights the new features and architectural changes in the VSTS 2008 Database Edition GDR.  We also have our Tip of the Week.

Length: 0:26:55

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Paul Mestemaker

Program Manager, SQL CAT

Mairead A. O'Donovan

Mairead A. O'Donovan joined Microsoft in 2003 and is currently working as a program manager on the Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) team. She is part of a team that is responsible for building the Visual Studio Team Edition Database Edition within the VSTS product line.

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

August 19, 2008

Performance Improvements in SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we’ll be discussing the performance improvements in SQL Server Analysis Services, the architecture behind it, what people should expect and potential gotchas.  We will also feature our first installment of a new segment on TechNet Radio – our “Tip of the Week.”  Listen in for a special promo code for the upcoming SQL PASS Community Summit.

Length: 0:25:00

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Roni Karassik

Product Manager, SQL Marketing

Paul Mestemaker

Program Manager, SQL CAT

Richard Tkachuk

Richard Tkachuk is a Senior Program Manager on the SQL Server team at Microsoft. He has worked with SQL Server Analysis Services for almost ten years with particular focus on the MDX language and the security model. Richard’s current focus is helping customers with large-scale Analysis Services implementations.

August 12, 2008

How Microsoft IT upgraded a multi-terabyte database from Yukon to Katmai

Learn how Microsoft IT upgraded ICE 3.0, which is a 30-terabyte database, from SQL Server 2005 to a pre-release version of SQL Server 2008, code named Katmai. ICE, which stands for Information Security Consolidated Event Management System, is used by the Microsoft Information Security team to analyze network utilization events captured by various sources including over 100 proxy servers, Mail servers, Net logon servers, etc.  The ICE database processes approximately 1TB of log data each day and has become a key component in the incident response process as well as forensics investigations.

The upgrade was part of Microsoft's internal Technology Adoption Program (TAP) for Katmai. The upgrade helped Microsoft become its first and best customer by using the product internally before releasing it to the outside world. Upgrading the database to Katmai enabled the Katmai product team to flush more bugs out of the product and ensure that the product will perform as intended. Hear how the multi-terabyte database upgrade was planned, tested and implemented without a database backup by following a structured, organized and methodical approach.

Length: 0:28:11

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Prem Dey

Senior Software Development Engineer, Microsoft IT India

Christopher Budd

Senior Public Relations Manager, Microsoft Trustworthy Computing

August 5, 2008

How Microsoft Does IT: Operations Dashboard

This episode of TechNet Radio discusses how Microsoft IT’s Business Intelligence Center of Excellence built a reporting and scorecard Operations Dashboard solution that is used to monitor the health of various applications in sustenance mode. Now, technical and business decision makers have a holistic view of every application’s day-to-day status, offline durations, Service Level Agreement breaches, success rates, job failures and data freshness.

Length: 0:15:10

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Ankur Garg

Program Manager, Microsoft IT

Saurabh Gangwal

APEX Program Member

July 29, 2008

What’s new with Zune

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we learn about some of the exciting new features in Zune.  We talk with Rob Greenlee, Zune’s Podcast Programming Lead, about support for wireless, recommended video encoding specifications and where Zune is headed in the future.

Length: 0:21:27

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Rob Greenlee

Podcast Programming Lead, Zune

July 22, 2008

Persistent Group Chat

In this episode of TechNet Radio, Kevin Remde talks with Ken Ewert about what’s new in Persistent Group Chat.  Persistent Group Chat is a part of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.  In Persistent Group Chat, attendees can enter and exit a chat room and information remains persistent over time, which allows users to revisit a thread later to pick up information they might have missed, or use as a reference.  Listen in to hear about the exciting new features of this product

Length: 0:21:30

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Kevin Remde

IT Pro Evangelist

Ken Ewert

Principal Group Program Manager

July 15, 2008

What’s new in IE8

In this episode of TechNet Radio, Internet Explorer Program Manager Jane Maliouta answers questions about what’s new in IE8 for consumers, businesses and web developers.

Length: 0:25:19

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Matt Hester

IT Pro Evangelist

Jane Maliouta

Internet Explorer Program Manager

July 8, 2008

Hyper-V

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we learn about Hyper-V with Senior Product Managers Rajiv Arunkundram and Arun Jayendran.  We also have our July 2008 Security Bulletin.

Length: 0:31:37

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Rajiv Arunkundram

Senior Product Manager

Arun Jayendran

Senior Product Manager

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Trustworthy Computing

July 1, 2008

Deploying Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 from a Customer Perspective

In this episode of TechNet Radio, we learn about the deployment of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS).  Kevin Remde talks with Jacob Thornberry of Brooks Stevens about his recent rollout of Office Communications Server 2007.

Length: 0:19:41

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Kevin Remde

IT Pro Evangelist

Jacob Thornberry

Brooks Stevens

June 25, 2008

Microsoft Forefront Client Security

Listen to this episode of TechNet Radio and learn more about Microsoft Forefront Client Security. We discuss how Forefront Client Security improves overall performance and also talk about support for Hyper-V.

Length: 0:18:11

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Brendan Foley

Group Product Manager

Neha Sharma

Senior Product Manager

June 17, 2008

NAP Deployment from a Customer Perspective

Hear Microsoft customers talk about how they deployed Network Access Protection (NAP) within their organizations. In this TechNet Radio session, Kevin Remde and Jeff Sigman talk with Chris Boscolo of Napera Networks, Alex Chalmers of Ball State University, and Pattabhi Attaluri of Avenda Systems.

Length: 0:32:00

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Kevin Remde

IT Pro Evangelist

Jeff Sigman

Senior Program Manager, NAP

Chris Boscolo

Napera Networks, Inc

Alex Chalmers

Ball State University

Pattabhi Attaluri

Avenda Systems

June 10, 2008

Microsoft Forefront Codename “Stirling” Overview (Part 2 of 2)

In the second part of our overview on Microsoft Forefront codename “Stirling,” we cover the next-generation versions of Forefront Client Security, Forefront Security for Exchange Server, Forefront Security for SharePoint, and Microsoft Internet Security & Acceleration Server (ISA), which is to be renamed the Forefront Threat Management Gateway.  We also have our June 2008 Security Bulletin.

Length: 0:26:15

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Brendan Foley

Group Product Manager

Nic Sagez

Product Manager

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Trustworthy Computing

June 3, 2008

Microsoft Forefront Codename “Stirling” Overview (Part 1 of 2)

Microsoft Forefront codename “Stirling” is an integrated security system that delivers comprehensive, coordinated protection across endpoints, messaging, and collaboration applications. It also provide the network edge that is easier to manage and control. By delivering simplified management and providing critical visibility into threats, vulnerabilities, and configuration risks, “Stirling” helps you reduce costs and achieve greater insight into your enterprise security state. Attend this session to get an overview of this new security system from Microsoft.

Length: 0:19:24

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Brendan Foley

Group Product Manager

Nic Sagez

Product Manager

May 27, 2008

How Microsoft IT Approached the Deployment of Microsoft Application Virtualization v4.5

Learn how Microsoft IT implemented Microsoft Application Virtualization version 4.5, formerly known as SoftGrid Application Virtualization. Hear the benefits of application virtualization within our environment, as well as some of the technical limitations of the product, from a software deployment perspective.

Length: 0:41:37

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Michael Gallegos

Michael Gallegos has served as the internal technical lead for Application Virtualization with Microsoft since he joined the company in November of 2006.  Prior to coming to Microsoft, Michael spent 11 years as a Technical Architect at the business consulting/outsourcing firm, Accenture responsible for the design, implementation, and operations of software deployment and patch management services. 

May 20, 2008

How Microsoft IT Leverages SQL Server 2008 SSIS Dataflow Engine Enhancements

The Information Security Consolidated Event Management (ICE) system is a more than 30-terabyte data warehouse used by the Microsoft Information Security team to analyze network utilization events captured by various sources, including over 100 proxy servers, mail servers, Net logon servers, etc.  The ICE database processes approximately 1 terabyte of log data each day and it has become a key component in the incident response process, in addition to forensics investigations.  Analysis of the proxy data has empowered the Microsoft Information Security team to identify and remediate numerous security issues that would have gone undetected otherwise. 

ICE version 4.0 is an ambitious project set to deliver almost real-time data and high-query performance to the security team using Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Moreover, ICE 4.0 is also designed to perform all sorts of data filtering and transformation during the data-loading process, so the schema of data stored in ICE is tailored for investigation analysis/reporting needs.  An Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) cube is built on top of the ICE data warehouse to facilitate aggregated queries.   Join this session to learn how enhancements to the Microsoft SQL Server Integration Service (SSIS) 2008 dataflow engine have significantly improved the performance of loading, filtering and transforming 1 terabyte of network log data into the ICE data warehouse.

Length: 0:17:51

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Joy Qiao

Joy Qiao is a software development engineer in cross-IT (XIT) team in Microsoft IT China. She is the technical architect for the ICE4.0 project. Before joining MSIT, Joy was a BI architect on the Microsoft Service Team.  She led various multi-terabyte data warehouse projects for major MS customers such as Huawei and China Telecom. Joy has rich experience in designing and implementing large scale data warehouse solutions using Microsoft SQL server.

Bryan Von Axelson

Partner Solutions Advisor, Microsoft

May 13, 2008

Leveraging the Windows Live Platform for Your Organization

Listen to TechNet Radio and learn how you can leverage the benefits of the Windows Live platform for your organization. We discuss Windows Live ID; Microsoft Silverlight Streaming; and the Windows Live Admin Center, which allows you to manage a slice of Windows Live.  We also have our May 2008 Security Bulletin.

Length: 0:31:00

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Angus Logan

Senior Product Manager, Windows Live

Nam Ng

Senior Security Strategist

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Trustworthy Computing

May 6, 2008

Get More Security and Control with Mobile Device Manager

In this TechNet Radio session, learn how you can improve secure access to corporate data and line-of-business (LOB) applications and simplify management of Windows Mobile powered devices with Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager. We explain how System Center Mobile Device Manager provides integration into Active Directory, rich inventory and reporting tools, secure virtual private network (VPN) access, and more.

Length: 0: 17:58

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Jason Langridge

Jason Langridge is an enterprise mobility solution specialist in the devices division at Microsoft, where he is responsible for business development of major enterprise accounts. Jason has been with the company since 1998, working to help enterprises to become more mobile, agile, and flexible so that they can achieve the next level of productivity.

April 29, 2008

How Microsoft IT Uses System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to Extend Network Health

In this TechNet Radio session, you learn how Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 ensures that computers connecting to or communicating on the network meet the organization's requirements for system health. By implementing System Center Operations Manager 2007, Microsoft IT is able to enforce security and compliance, as well as target policies to specific forest and domains within Microsoft

Length: 0: 40:30

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Richard Dixon

Richard Dixon is a Microsoft IT Sr. Systems Engineer. He has worked in IT since 1990. He has been working with SMS/ConfigMgr for 8 years. He started out as a Help Desk Analyst, moved to Help Desk Supervisor and ultimately to Engineering and designing SMS/ConfigMgr.  His original acquired skills are in SQL Server DBA, Visual programming and report management and design which has greatly helped in designing and engineering ConfigMgr 2007 for NAP.

April 22, 2008

Extend Network Access Protection Using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager

Learn how Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager can extend the capabilities of the Network Access Protection (NAP) feature in Windows Server 2008.  Jeff Wettlaufer, System Center technical product manager, interviews Jeff Sigman, senior program manager for NAP, in this episode of TechNet Radio

Length: 0: 34:30

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Jeff Wettlaufer

Sr. Technical Product Manager - System Center

Jeff Sigman

Senior Program Manager - NAP

April 15, 2008

System Center and the Data Center

Learn more about how the Microsoft System Center Family of products can integrate into typical data center-centric tasks such as: planning, consolidation, deployment automation, updating and patch management, health and performance monitoring, data backup and protection, and regulatory compliance, as well as more about the role of virtualization.   Dave Morehouse, Sr. Product Manager System Center Marketing interviews Jeff Wettlaufer, Technical Product Manager System Center Marketing.

Length: 0: 23:42

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Jeff Wettlaufer

Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center Marketing

Dave Morehouse

Sr. Product Manager System Center Marketing

April 8, 2008

Heroes Happen Here Launch in Seattle Part Two

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we talk with customers at the April 1 Heroes Happen Here launch event in Seattle, WA. Tune in and hear what attendees are excited about and what you can expect at a launch event in your area. We also have our April 2008 Security Bulletin.

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Length: 0: 24:34

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Tim Rains

Trustworthy Computing, Senior Public Relations Manager

Bill Sisk

Trustworthy Computing, Response Communications Manager

Participants at Launch in Seattle:

Craig Murchie, Victor Alcantara, Christopher Siner, Joseph Stewart, Jon Ruiz, Joanie Rhine, Joel Schoenberg, Dennis O’Shields, Duane Morrison, Richard Davis, Kevin Zhang

April 1, 2008

Heroes Happen Here Launch in Seattle

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we come to you from the April 1 Heroes Happen Here Launch event in Seattle, WA.

Length: 0: 32:06

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Michael Cooper

TSP Networking

March 25, 2008

A Look Inside SQL CAT (Customer Advisory Team)

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we learn more about SQL CAT (Customer Advisory Team).  With the launch of Microsoft SQL 2008 on the way, the SQL CAT team has been working hard preparing lists of best practices, recommendations, technical white papers and technical end-to-end case studies on customer implementations.

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Length: 0: 32:06

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Paul Mestemaker

Program Manager, SQL CAT Best Practices

Denny Lee

Senior Program Manager, SQL CAT

Lubor Kollar

Principal Group Program Manager, SQL CAT

March 18, 2008

A Look at TechNet Edge

On this episode of TechNet Radio, we get the scoop on the new forum for IT Pros – TechNet Edge.  We also feature highlights from the recent Vista SP1 Roundtable hosted by Mark Russinovich.  Plus, we have a conversation with Mark Souza from SQL CAT (Customer Advisory Team).

Length: 0: 32:30

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

David Tesar

IT Pro Evangelist

Mark Russinovich

Technical Fellow

Paul Mestemaker

Program Manager, SQL CAT Best Practices

Mark Souza

Director, SQL CAT

March 11, 2008

SQL Server 2008 Part 2 of 2: Management, Troubleshooting and Throttling

Listen to this two-part series as Bryan von Axelson talks with industry experts Kimberly Tripp and Paul S. Randal about what’s new in Microsoft SQL Server 2008.  Part Two focuses on management, troubleshooting and throttling.  We also have our monthly Security Bulletin.

Length: 0: 38:54

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Bryan Von Axelson

IT Pro Evangelist

Kimberly L. Tripp

Kimberly L. Tripp is a SQL Server MVP and a Microsoft Regional Director and has worked with computers since 1985. Her career with database technologies began with IBM in 1988 and with Microsoft SQL Server™ in 1990. Since 1995, Kimberly has worked as a Speaker, Writer, Trainer and Consultant for her own company SYSolutions, Inc. (aka SQLskills.com). Kimberly is a writer/editor for SQL Server Magazine; was a founding writer for T-SQL Solutions magazine; was a technical contributor for the SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit; and co-authored the MSPress title SQL Server 2000 High Availability Kimberly has presented lectures and seminars at Microsoft Tech*Ed and other SQL Server-related events since 1996 and is consistently top-rated both on quality of technical content and presentation style.

Paul S. Randal

Paul S. Randal is the Managing Director of SQLskills.com, which he runs with his wife Kimberly L. Tripp.  Paul started in the industry in 1994 working for DEC on the VMS file system and its check/repair tools (the equivalent of chkdsk for NTFS. In 1999 he moved to Microsoft to work on SQL Server, specifically on DBCC. For SQL Server 2000, he concentrated on index fragmentation - well, removing it!  In 2007, after 8.5 years on the SQL Server team, Paul left Microsoft to join Kimberly running SQLskills.com and pursuing his new-found passion for presenting and consulting. Paul regularly presents at conferences and user groups around the world on high-availability, disaster recovery, database maintenance, and Storage Engine internals

Nam Ng

Senior Security Strategist

Bill Sisk

Response Communication Manager, Trustworthy Computing

March 4, 2008

SQL Server 2008 Part 1 of 2: Security and Availability

Listen to this two-part series as Bryan von Axelson talks with industry experts Kimberly Tripp and Paul S. Randal about what’s new in Microsoft SQL Server 2008.  Part One focuses on security and availability.

Length: 0: 26:51

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Participants

Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Bryan Von Axelson

IT Pro Evangelist

Kimberly L. Tripp

Kimberly L. Tripp is a SQL Server MVP and a Microsoft Regional Director and has worked with computers since 1985. Her career with database technologies began with IBM in 1988 and with Microsoft SQL Server™ in 1990. Since 1995, Kimberly has worked as a Speaker, Writer, Trainer and Consultant for her own company SYSolutions, Inc. (aka SQLskills.com). Kimberly is a writer/editor for SQL Server Magazine; was a founding writer for T-SQL Solutions magazine; was a technical contributor for the SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit; and co-authored the MSPress title SQL Server 2000 High Availability Kimberly has presented lectures and seminars at Microsoft Tech*Ed and other SQL Server-related events since 1996 and is consistently top-rated both on quality of technical content and presentation style.

Paul S. Randal

Paul S. Randal is the Managing Director of SQLskills.com, which he runs with his wife Kimberly L. Tripp.  Paul started in the industry in 1994 working for DEC on the VMS file system and its check/repair tools (the equivalent of chkdsk for NTFS. In 1999 he moved to Microsoft to work on SQL Server, specifically on DBCC. For SQL Server 2000, he concentrated on index fragmentation - well, removing it!  In 2007, after 8.5 years on the SQL Server team, Paul left Microsoft to join Kimberly running SQLskills.com and pursuing his new-found passion for presenting and consulting. Paul regularly presents at conferences and user groups around the world on high-availability, disaster recovery, database maintenance, and Storage Engine internals

February 26, 2008

How Microsoft IT Secures Mobile Devices

Join this session and find out how Microsoft IT is empowering the mobile workforce via the deployment of the Windows Mobile platform. Microsoft IT fully integrates Windows Mobile features and applications, with both established hardware and infrastructure, and future plans support master security policy migrations, such as complete two-factor authentication operations.

Length: 0: 17:50

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

John Albertson

Microsoft IT Mobile Service Planner  - John Albertson has 30 years background as a security and technology design, delivery, and operations professional.  After his early role of mobile field troubleshooter, he became determined to work in the computing headwaters of improving infrastructure and mobile services, for the past 16 years at Microsoft.  He has recently inverted his traveling devices profile from 3 PC’s and 2 handheld devices, to 1 notebook and 5 or more handhelds.

February 19, 2008

Windows Mobile Part Three of Three

Discover why Windows Mobile is the optimal choice for your organization and IT professionals. Join Windows Mobile experts Derek Snyder and Dan Arildson to learn the top features of Windows Mobile for business and how Windows Mobile with System Center Mobile Device Manager can help IT professionals decrease support time, simplify and centralize management, provide more secure access to corporate data and extend line of business applications to mobile workers.

Length: 0: 21:31

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Matt Hester

IT Pro Evangelist

Derek Snyder

Product Manager

 

February 12, 2008

Windows Mobile Part Two of Three

Discover why Windows Mobile is the optimal choice for your organization and  IT professionals. Join Windows Mobile experts Derek Snyder and Brian Hoskins to learn the top features of Windows Mobile for business and how Windows Mobile with System Center Mobile Device Manager can help IT professionals decrease support time, simplify and centralize management, provide more secure access to corporate data and extend line of business applications to mobile workers.

We also have our February 2008 Security Bulletin with Kai Axford and Bill Sisk.

Length: 0: 30:23

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Participants

Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Matt Hester

IT Pro Evangelist

Derek Snyder

Product Manager

Brian Hoskins

Senior Product Manager

Kai Axford

Senior Security Strategist

Bill Sisk

Response Communications Manager, Microsoft Security Response Center

February 5, 2008

Windows Mobile Part One of Three

Discover why Windows Mobile is the optimal choice for your organization and  IT professionals. Join Windows Mobile experts Derek Snyder, Brian Hoskins and Dan Arildson to learn the top features of Windows Mobile for business and how Windows Mobile with System Center Mobile Device Manager can help IT professionals decrease support time, simplify and centralize management, provide more secure access to corporate data and extend line of business applications to mobile workers. This session covers Part 1. Stay tuned for Part 2 and 3!

Length: 0: 30:25

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Matt Hester

IT Pro Evangelist

Derek Snyder

Product Manager

Brian Hoskins

Senior Product Manager

Dan Arildson

Solutions Specialist - Mobility

January 29, 2008

How Microsoft IT uses Visual Studio Team System 2005 to Measure Software Code Stability

A strategic initiative within Microsoft IT is to improve the overall productivity, quality, and predictability of internal software development projects. Microsoft IT partnered with Microsoft Research to create a Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2005 extension that counts lines of code and predicts system defects. In the software development environment, insight into the volume of code being produced, and the changes applied to that code, provide measurements of productivity and quality. Join this TechNet Radio to see how the Line of Code (LOC) counter provides a flexible and extensible framework for automating the LOC counting process.

Length: 0: 26:22

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Participants

Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Anantharam Chadalavada

Anantharam Chadalavada is a senior program manager at Microsoft IT, driving implementation of Team Software Process and Scrum Coaching and development of internal tools to aid Microsoft IT program delivery engineering excellence. Anantharam also contributes to evangelizing software quality practices and software measurement frameworks across Microsoft IT. Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked for seven years in software consulting based in Illinois and before that in the technology industry in India for about eight years. He holds a bachelor's of technology degree in electronic engineering.

January 22, 2008

Learn about the Web Publishing Platform in IIS7

Today on TechNet Radio, we learn more about the brand new secure FTP server, WebDav and FPSE functionality available for IIS7.

Length: 0: 24:50

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Robert McMurray

Program Manager

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Group Program Manager for Internet Information Services (IIS). Mai-lan is a seven year veteran of Microsoft, working in the Office and Windows Server divisions. She was part of the Microsoft Transaction Server 1.5 and 2.0 teams and started up the Visio development community in 2001 with its first two generations of SDKs and developer focus in the product. Mai-lan also participated in the “Centro” development effort to put together a Windows Server solution server targeting the mid-size business. Mai-lan is the author of two books on strategic planning around Web-based technologies, as well as numerous technical articles in MSDN Journal.

January 15, 2008

Learn about the IIS7 Security features and benefits

IIS 7 provides a security-enhanced, easy-to-manage platform for developing and reliably hosting Web applications and services. Moreover IIS7 is a major enhancement to the Windows Web platform and plays a central role in unifying Microsoft's Web platform technologies. In this TechNet Radio session we will discuss the IIS7 features, benefits and how it compares to competition.

Length: 0: 34:12

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Wade Hilmo

Senior Development Lead

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Group Program Manager for Internet Information Services (IIS). Mai-lan is a seven year veteran of Microsoft, working in the Office and Windows Server divisions. She was part of the Microsoft Transaction Server 1.5 and 2.0 teams and started up the Visio development community in 2001 with its first two generations of SDKs and developer focus in the product. Mai-lan also participated in the “Centro” development effort to put together a Windows Server solution server targeting the mid-size business. Mai-lan is the author of two books on strategic planning around Web-based technologies, as well as numerous technical articles in MSDN Journal.

January 08, 2008

Running PHP on IIS

On today's TechNet radio, we learn more about the support IIS7 has for running PHP applications on Windows Server 2008 as a first class application citizen. We will also cover how to run PHP on IIS6, a new addition. We also have our January 2008 Security Bulletin with Kai Axford and Tim Rains.

Length: 0: 33:38

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Ruslan Yakushev

Senior Program Manager

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Group Program Manager for Internet Information Services (IIS). Mai-lan is a seven year veteran of Microsoft, working in the Office and Windows Server divisions. She was part of the Microsoft Transaction Server 1.5 and 2.0 teams and started up the Visio development community in 2001 with its first two generations of SDKs and developer focus in the product. Mai-lan also participated in the “Centro” development effort to put together a Windows Server solution server targeting the mid-size business. Mai-lan is the author of two books on strategic planning around Web-based technologies, as well as numerous technical articles in MSDN Journal.

January 02, 2008

Deploying and Managing a Customized Web Server

On today's TechNet radio, we learn about how to customize your web server to the bare essentials of what you need on Windows Server 2008, minimizing your surface of attack and maintenance. We will cover Server Core as well as well as how to use our fine-grained components to build a custom, specialized Web server of your own.

Length: 0: 24:10

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Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Isaac Roybal

Product Manager, Windows Server Marketing

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Group Program Manager for Internet Information Services (IIS). Mai-lan is a seven year veteran of Microsoft, working in the Office and Windows Server divisions. She was part of the Microsoft Transaction Server 1.5 and 2.0 teams and started up the Visio development community in 2001 with its first two generations of SDKs and developer focus in the product. Mai-lan also participated in the “Centro” development effort to put together a Windows Server solution server targeting the mid-size business. Mai-lan is the author of two books on strategic planning around Web-based technologies, as well as numerous technical articles in MSDN Journal.


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