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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.