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TechNet Radio: IT Time – Creating a Windows Azure Virtual Network with Site-to-Site Connectivity

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Microsoft MVP Regional Director and Principal Owner of Homnick Systems, Joe Homnick, is back for today’s show, to show us how to create a Windows Azure Virtual Network and connect it with our local network using Site-to-Site Connectivity. Don’t miss this demo heavy session as Joe shows us how easily it is to get started with this great service.

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    • Cartwright

      Great video training! Joe does a deep dive with Azure network connectivity step by step! A must watch for all IT Admin's even if you are not using Azure currently. This is definitely one that needs to be booked marked, downloaded and saved away for future reference! On Premise to cloud connectivity. Are you in?

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