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A Publication Featuring The Information Services Technology of Maine State Government
|Volume VII, Issue 1||January 2004|
By Mike Pomerleau
The Bureau of Information Services (BIS) has arranged for a local, two-day, free, Microsoft training course on February 2 and 3, 2004, that will provide a technical overview of Microsoft Windows Server 2003. As we consider how this product will benefit our individual organizations and the State, I feel it is important to learn about the new capabilities that it provides.
This course will be led by one of the company’s top Microsoft Certified Trainers, so I’m confident that this in-depth, technical training event will be well worth your time. This class will be directed to an MCP-MCSA level of understanding (non-technical IT managers are welcome). It will be taught in a seminar style (not hands on) with lots of demonstrations.
The content will highlight improvements in DNS; group policy; Active Directory; terminal services; command line tools; Internet Information Services 6.0; PKI; Security; and more. The process of moving from a Windows NT 4 Server to a Windows Server 2003 and migrating from a NT 4 Domain to an Active Directory Organizational Unit or Domain will be examined.
To ensure receipt of relevant materials, please register at:
http://www.asentus.net/event_registration/microsoft/WINDOWS2003/ (use course code: H4wV8oboZ6) by Thursday January 22, 2004. The location of the class will be determined based on the number enrolled. Enrollees will receive confirmation the week of January 26.
Feel free to pass this announcement to all state IT professionals working with Microsoft Operating Systems who could benefit by attending.