The Quest Connect event is starting and the PowerShell session will go live in about an hour.
The cool thing (which I was told just yesterday) is that once the webcast goes live it will also become available as a recording. See the first paragraph from the session page:
All webcasts will be on demand two hours after the live presentation, so you won’t miss any of the content. Please see the full schedule below.
Do Not Fear the Command Line: PowerShell Made Easy
5:00 a.m. EDT (GMT-4)
10:00 a.m. British Summer Time (GMT+1)
Dmitry Sotnikov – Manager, New Product Research, Quest Software
Darin Pendergraft – Senior Product Manager, Quest Software
PowerShell, the command line interface for Microsoft’s technology platforms, is here. Are you ready? During this session, PowerShell MVP Dmitry Sotnikov will discuss PowerShell and its implications on the future of IT. In addition, Darin Pendergraft will demonstrate PowerGUI, Quest’s free graphical user interface (and command line-hiding interface) for PowerShell.
The session and the recording will be in the Active Directory area.
There will also be an AD virtual booth/chat room in which I will try to hang out as much as I can to answer any PowerShell-related questions. See you there!
Here’s full list of sessions (borrowed from detailed agenda):
- Do Not Fear the Command Line: PowerShell Made Easy
- A New View on Application Management
- A Simple Game Plan to Master SharePoint Recovery
- Change and Configuration Management: Bring Order to Chaos withSystem Center
- Active Directory as the Enterprise Identity Store: Are you Crazy?
- Worth the Wait – Why SQL Server 2008 is Great
- The E-Discovery Easy Button: Finding it and Using it
- Achieving Optimal Performance from your Virtual Infrastructure
- AD, SOX, JSOX, SoD, PCI, Attestation: Someone, Stop the Insanity!
- Managing the Impact of Virtualization on Applications and End Users
- Get More From SharePoint! Best Practices for Migrating SharePoint 2003 to 2007
- End-to-End Service Management: System Center is Left Standing When the Talking is Done!
- Shouldn’t Single Sign-on be Child’s Play?
- Checking Under the Hood of SQL Server 2008
- Notes Transition to Microsoft? No Problem.
The event is starting so go to the registration page and join us.