More mini videos

In January I posted about 3 mini SCOM 2007 webcasts. Well Justin Incarnato, Microsoft, has left a comment that there is more on the web with SCE also getting some.

 “we have quite a few more for OM 2007 and 8 or so for SCE. Check back at the site today, as we have added a couple. We have some more coming by Monday that cover Diagnostics and Recoveries, Monitors, Rules, and Views.”

 As well as “Using the Operations Console”, “About Monitors” and “Distributed Applications” at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/mom/opsmgr/webcasts.mspx there is now

The Monitoring Space
Presenters: Tom Keane, Microsoft
This video provides an overview of using the Active Alerts view, the Look for filter, Performance views, and the Computers view.

Use the My Workspace Space
Presenters: Tom Keane, Microsoft
This video provides an overview of using the Favorites Views and Saved Searches.

Computer and Device Discovery
Presenters:Justin Incarnato, Microsoft
This video demonstrates installing agents on discovered Windows Servers and Proxy Agents SNMP devices.

And at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sce/evaluate/webcasts.mspx there is 4 webcasts for SCE 2007.

Getting Started with System Center Essentials 2007
Presenter: Scott Bleasdell, Microsoft
This video provides a high-level overview of all of the major features of System Center Essentials 2007.

Deploying Office 2007 with System Center Essentials 2007
Presenter: Scott Bleasdell, Microsoft
This video shows how to quickly create a software deployment package for Office 2007 and approve the package for deployment to Windows client computers using System Center Essentials 2007.

Using the Updates Space
Presenter: Casey McKinnon, Microsoft
This video provides an overview on configuring update management settings, viewing synchronization status, deploying updates, and viewing deployment status reports.

Importing Third-party Updates
Presenter: Casey McKinnon, Microsoft
This video provides an overview on how to import third-party updates using System Center Essentials 2007.

I like these short mini webcasts. They are about 3 to 5 mins on one topic and gives an insight into that area without having to spend a whole hour on a webcast where you already know about 60% of the content. I am glad that they are doing more. They must be ramping up for SCOM RTM which is due in a few weeks to coincide with the Management Summit at San Diego.

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