Speaking Events

Playback of Microsoft Master App-V 5.0

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UPDATE: The playback of my webcast has been removed by BDNA and I do have a copy that can be shared.  Fortunately however, I did post step by step walkthroughs of the demos so you can still learn how to do the scripting pieces.  You will find those posts in the links below.  Furthermore, all of my posts related to App-V 5.0 can be in the category on my blog.

Playback of my presentation on App-V 5.0 Stunts Trick and Acrobatics  is now available from BDNA online.

Optionally, I’m not certain if the PDF is made available upon registration of the webcast, so feel free to obtain a PDF of the PowerPoint from my SkyDrive at https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=8E0D74EF1C75BFEB!17329&authkey=!ABOS2EgVLlzdWwM&ithint=file%2c.pdf

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App-V 5.0 Webcast

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This is my second attempt at the App-V webcast.  Originally scheduled in late November, I contracted a flu-like sickness on the day of the presentation!  Let’s hope that doesn’t happen again!!! ;-)

Registration is now available for my upcoming webcast on BDNA’s Microsoft Master Series.  For this webcast, I will cover scripting and PowerShell techniques with App-V 5.0, both when integrated with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and as standalone App-V infrastructure.

Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Live Presentation: 11am – 12pm PDT | 2pm – 3 pm EDT
Live Q&A with Nick: 12pm – 1 pm PDT | 3pm – 4pm EDT

http://info.bdna.com/2014.01WIndowsMigrationWebinar29thJanLP.html

Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages…welcome to the great show in application virtualization! During this session we hope to razzle dazzle you with stunning performances, amazing feats, and wild animals…

….Well, maybe there won’t be any wild animals. Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) can be more than a mere means of delivering applications to users. Have you ever found yourself saying, “I didn’t know it could do that!”?

In this presentation, Nick will to cover a variety of the cool things that App-V 5.0 can do, such as

  • Controlling App-V through PowerShell
  • Implementation of additional tasks at deployment time
  • Integration between applications

About Speaker: Nick is a 10 year, seasoned professional with all things Configuration Manager and systems management. He is a co-facilitator and presenter for the local System Center user group in Denver. Nick is an active blogger for topics related to ConfigMgr and systems management techniques and has been involved in forums for TechNet and MyITForum.

BDNA Microsoft Master Series Webcast – App-V 5.0!

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Registration is now available for my upcoming webcast on BDNA’s Microsoft Master Series.  For this webcast, I will cover scripting and PowerShell techniques with App-V 5.0, both when integrated with ConfigMgr 2012 and as standalone App-V infrastructure.

http://info.bdna.com/201311WIndowsMigrationWebinar19thNov_RegistrationLP.html

Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages…welcome to the great show in application virtualization! During this session we hope to razzle dazzle you with stunning performances, amazing feats, and wild animals…

….Well, maybe there won’t be any wild animals. Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) can be more than a mere means of delivering applications to users. Have you ever found yourself saying, “I didn’t know it could do that!”?

In this presentation, Nick will to cover a variety of the cool things that App-V 5.0 can do, such as

  • Controlling      App-V through PowerShell
  • Implementation      of additional tasks at deployment time
  • Integration      between applications

Complimentary Webinar

Date: Tuesday, Nov 19, 2013
Live Presentation: 11am – 12pm PDT | 2pm – 3 pm EDT
Live Q&A with Nick: 12pm – 1 pm PDT | 3pm – 4pm EDT

About Speaker:
Nick is a 9 year, seasoned professional with all things Configuration Manager and systems management. He is a co-facilitator and presenter for the local System Center user group in Denver. Nick is an active blogger for topics related to ConfigMgr and systems management techniques and has been involved in forums for TechNet and MyITForum.

MMS 2013 Video Published

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My presentation from MMS 2013 has been available for quite some time, but I  realized that I hadn’t yet posted a link to it.

Augmenting Your Windows Management Strategy with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Task Sequences

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Going to MMS 2013!

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I am glad to say that I am going to MMS 2013…
….BUT this time as a speaker!  I’ve been a long time attendee to this fantastic conference, and now it is my privilege and honor to continue to give back to the community in this way.

Augmenting Your Windows Management Strategy with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Task Sequences

Configuration Manager 2012 has simplified Windows management with the new Application model. However, some systems management challenges are too complex for any general-purpose tool. Come learn how to extend your coverage with Task Sequences to manage your Windows environment. We will cover scenarios detailing when to utilize Applications vs. Task Sequences, demonstrations of how to leverage the versatility of Task Sequences, as well as assorted community solutions.

MMS is the premier conference for learning and advancing in the System Center suite of products (amongst other things).  I highly recommend attending if you can. Early bird registration ends next week, February 13th.  If you do go, be sure to sign up for my session and say hi to me afterwards!  http://www.2013mms.com/topic/details/UD-B303

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SCCM Guru Webcast Replay

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If you weren’t able to watch my SCCM Guru webcast (sponsored by BDNA) on March 28th on the Power of Task Sequences, the webcast is available to watch on YouTube or for download on iTunes.  Or you can watch it right from my blog!  Also, I have a post on Q&A from the webcast that you can read.

SCCM Guru Webcast – 1 Week to Go!

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In one week from today – on March 28th – I will be presenting for BDNA’s SCCM Guru webcast series on the power of SCCM task sequences.  To sign up for the webcast, visit the registration page at http://info.bdna.com/20120328Webcast-SCCMGuru-NickMoseley_RegistrationPage.html.  Additionally, this Friday, I am presenting a bulk of my material to our Denver-area Microsoft Enterprise Management User Group.   If you’re here, please come!

SCCM task sequences are most commonly used for operating system deployment.  They have tremendous power and usefulness, which are often unknown, overlooked, and underutilized.

In this presentation, we will explore various aspects of task sequences and demonstrate ways that they can be used in your day-to-day administration of SCCM – including uses outside the realm of deploying an OS!