Tricks-of-the-Trade after More Than a Decade of Microsoft Active Directory

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It is now common knowledge that Active Directory is widely deployed across all types of businesses. After more than a decade of deploying and managing Active Directory,you might well imagine that we’ve picked up a few things along the way. In this session we bring together a wide selection of many of the most valuable lessons including lesser-known Active Directory behaviors,some of the more deeply buried knobs,dials and switches,a few tricks-of-the-trade and perhaps even a get out of jail free(ish) card or two that will ultimately allow you to do your job better.
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    thomas mullen


    I’m attending Tech-Ed, and the only way to download sessions, including infrastructure-related ones, is to go to Channel 9 an MSDN. When I go to one from a couple of days ago, WSV401, I go to this URL (http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2011/WSV401) and discover that I cannot download it, and in fact cannot even view it!! What’s up with this? And if we cannot download them here, why do all the earlier tech-ed online URLs now bring me to Channel 9? This is maddening.

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    Gjeff80

    Same problem here, I have been trying to view this session too but it isn't available anywhere!

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    Mike Kline

    This was one of the presentations that was streamed live during TechEd for everyone to watch and Jairo did a great job. I'm now watching it again from the recorded version and I must have missed where Jairo talked about the slide deck he would upload and how it would contain more topics that he didn't have time to cover.

    The slide deck has 255 slides with a ton of great info. That is outstanding Jairo!! I've never seen anyone go all out like that on a presentation. Much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Mike

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