Jersey Windows User Group Tech Talk II

When: 19 December 2011 from 17:30 onwards.

Where: St Pauls Centre, Dumaresq Street, St Helier Jersey

The Jersey Windows User Group invites you to attend an evening of interactive technical talks with local and visiting technologists. Please register on eventbrite here. Ensure you cancel if your not coming as we are ordering food and refreshments.

Michael French, CCIE, local network and systems architect will talk about Windows Server 2008 R2 Certificate Services including and not limited to a brief history of cryptography, why certificates are important and how they work. Server & Client authentication, wildcard and SAN certificates, server topology for AD CS, auto Enrolment and the differences between 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2

Alex Juschin, Founder of the E2E Virtualization Conference, Microsoft MVP and Citrix CTP, will talk about some of the great things going on in the world of SBC including an update from Citrix Synergy. Alex is the technical editor for the Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Resource Kit and for those that have not already will highlight some of the key features we should know about when moving from Windows 2003 to Windows 2008 R2.

Ronnie Isherwood, MCITP, local systems engineer and technology trainer will discuss in this highly interactive session the benefits of Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Clustering with Hyper-V. We will cover the known pain points and core considerations for design and support then have a preview of how Microsoft has enhanced deployment and management with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012


We will close the evening with a vote on your suggested topics for our first live technical debate (February) which we aim to be at least 90 Minutes. We would like your suggestions and will use them for a website poll, examples: IPV6, Server App-V, Private Cloud, Server Sprawl, BYO-D

We aim to record all sessions and will upload them to for members to view later.

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