This is just a reminder to those who've signed up for the Windows 2003 Server class next week. CIT is donating morning and afternoon refreshments; you're on your own for lunch.) The course runs 8 am to 5 pm in 427 Waterman. - Dean Williams > Microsoft has offered a no-cost course in Windows 2003 Server, to be > taught at UVM March 16-17 (Tuesday & Wednesday of spring break week). > It's open to UVM employees and to students serving in technical roles. > Some course specifics appear below, but for details, see > > http://www.uvm.edu/~ral/W2003.course.outline.html > > They are willing to adjust somewhat the specifics to our needs, but we > would need to explain in advance what we are looking for. If you have > curriculum needs or suggestions, I'll relay them to the instructor. > > The only catch is that they need at least 25 people to sign up. If it > doesn't look as though 25 UVM people will participate, it will be > opened up to other local educational institutions to try to get 25 > enrollments. > > If this course would be helpful to you, please sign up at the URL in > the message quoted below. In order to leave time to advertise this > outside UVM, please sign up by Feb. 17 if you possibly can. Please > share this message with colleagues who may not see it on this list. > > Dean Williams > Assistant Director for Client Services > Division of Computing & Information Technology > > > Begin forwarded message: > >> From: "Asentus Registration" <[log in to unmask]> >> Date: January 20, 2004 4:45:04 PM EST >> To: <[log in to unmask]> >> Cc: <[log in to unmask]>, <[log in to unmask]>, <[log in to unmask]> >> Subject: 102219 - Register for Windows 2003 Training! University of >> Vermont, 03/16/2004 - 03/17/2004 >> >> Team, >> >> Iíve arranged for a TWO-day onsite training session that will give us >> a >> preview of Microsoft Windows Server 2003. [...] >> >> This seminar will be led by one of the top Microsoft Certified >> Trainers in >> the US, so Iím confident that this in-depth technical training event >> will >> be well worth your time. This course will be directed to an MCP-MCSA >> level of understanding and will highlight improvements in DNS, group >> policy, active directory, terminal services, command line tools, >> Internet >> Information Services 6.0, PKI, and more. >> >> You can sign up for this event at: >> >> http://www.asentus.net/event_registration/microsoft/WINDOWS2003/ >> >> Enter course code: xchtG23vD1 >> >> >> To ensure that you get the courseware materials, please register by >> 03/05/2004. >> >> Please contact me with any questions.