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John Savill Master Series

In this series of classes, Microsoft technology expert John Savill will walk you through eight key technology areas. You’ll gain the expertise needed to take your datacenter and your organization’s entire IT approach into 2013 and beyond with confidence. Each Master Class builds on the previous one, giving you the opportunity to put into practice skills learned before building on that knowledge with the next unit.
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Keeping your Active Directory on Track Today and Tomorrow

Active Directory is the cornerstone of many networks and with Windows Server 2012 on the horizon, an upgrade to Active Directory is a topic to begin contemplating. We’ll kick off this event by looking at the multitude of new features in the Windows Server 2012 Active Directory release. With the future under control, we’ll take a look at a couple of common holes in Active Directory implementations at organizations small and large: security and disaster recovery.
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