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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

SBS and ISA2004 Training

ISA in SBS - yes, it's secure

ISA Server 2004 is as different as ISa 2000 was to Proxy 2.0. Taking the time to learn the product is essential. There is a learning opportunity coming in June. Sign up now:

Welcome to Wednesdays on the Web with TS2: System Builder Sneak Peek - SBS and ISA 2004
http://www.msreadiness.com/eventregister.asp?eid=240

Should be a good one.

3 Comments:

At 11:09 AM, Anonymous Jeff Loucks said...

Hi Amy,

This is the link that shows up when you follow that link.

Event Name:
MSDN Webcast: Extending and Integrating with MBS CRM Part I

Event Date:
2/25/2004

Event Time:
7:00 AM

Duration:
60 minutes

Description:
"Join Microsoft Business Solutions Thursday, February 5th at 9 AM Pacific Standard Time for an informative webcast to see how extendible and flexible Microsoft CRM is with the Software Development Kit (SDK). This will be the first of a three part series in which Part II will be in February and Part III will close out the learning in March."

 
At 1:22 PM, Blogger Amy - Harbor Computer Services said...

Jeff,

Thanks for pointing this out. Look like the moved it on me!

I found it again. Scroll down to the System Builders section. Here's the summary:

SBS Consultant and Hands-on-Lab instructor Beatrice Mulzer will talk about how to Up-sell Small Business Server Premium w/SP1 to your clients. She will show you where the true ISA-value-add for small business lies, and how to build a Service Business around the ISA features. * ISA 2004 features * Creating access policy rules * ISA Monitoring and Reporting * VPN, DMZ, server publishing and the links translator * ISA and SBS2003 “you should never put ISA on a production server” – Really? * What’s in it for the SMB (small-medium business)

 
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