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Thursday, May 17 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Windows as a Service in the Enterprise Part 2 - Option 2 LIMITED

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In part two, we will be continuing where we left off in part one, as we dig deeper into content caching, compatibility scans, last minute pre-flight checks and the actual upgrade. We will present options for the phased rollout (UAT and then pilot to production), as well as communications examples to end users for an opt-in mentality (proactive) negating the needs for deferrals (reactive). And to ice the cake, we will show the improved reporting metrics that will make management happy and make you look good.

What you will learn:
  • Gain better insight into forming your own Windows as a Service in the Enterprise
  • Ready to use sample scripts, task sequences, tips and tricks
  • Ttake away this information and directly apply in your own environments

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Gary Blok

ConfigMgr Engineer, Wells Fargo
Work for "Large Bank", from my basement, focusing on Windows 10 Upgrades and Deployments. I enjoy documenting my work on garytown.com
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Keith Garner

Software Design Engineer, Wells Fargo
Windows Deployment Subject Matter Expert. Microsoft MVP for Windows and Devices for IT.Former Microsoft Employee
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Mike Terrill

Microsoft MVP, OS Engineer, Big Bank
Mike’s career has been focused around systems management (SCCM) and operating system deployment for over 20 years (ever since SMS v1.2). He is a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVP and runs the Arizona Systems Management User Group. He specializes in the design, architecture and installation... Read More →

Thursday May 17, 2018 1:00pm - 2:45pm

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