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Microsoft's Nathan Mercer sessions at Tech Ed New Zealand 2007

, posted: 9-Aug-2007 09:58

With Tech Ed New Zealand next week, we start reading more and more about people's sessions. Nathan Mercer, one of the Microsoft Wellington guys, will be doing two talks on Windows Server infrastructure topics:

SVR213 - Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007: Protecting all types of data
Currently in beta, DPM 2007 is designed to provide a best-of-breed protection and most robust, reliable recovery experience for Exchange Server, SQL Server, and SharePoint. Be the first to see how DPM 2007 beta 2 protects general file based data, Exchange and other Microsoft server platforms.
14 August 2007 5:10 PM - 6:25 PM

SVR317 - Deploying and managing a Microsoft Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Server
This session focuses on Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) network architecture and deployment methodologies, from single server to replica hierarchies. It also covers how to migrate from WSUS 2.0 to WSUS 3 and looks at the day-to-day management of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), including backup strategy, compliance reporting, reboot strategy, and health monitoring.
14 August 2007 2:20 PM - 3:35 PM



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