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My Must-See list for Microsoft TechEd

Here’s a short list of sessions I am stoked about and won’t miss unless two are at the same time.

SIA302 | Malware Hunting with the Sysinternals Tools
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Security & Identity
Speaker(s): Mark Russinovich

SIA304 | Learning the Basics of Penetration Testing!
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Security & Identity
Speaker(s): Marcus Murray

VIR302 | Enabling Disaster Recovery for Hyper-V Workloads Using Hyper-V Replica
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Virtualization
Speaker(s): Mike van de Merwe, Shreesh Dubey

WCL301 | Case of the Unexplained 2012: Windows Troubleshooting with Mark Russinovich
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Client
Speaker(s): Mark Russinovich

WCL302 | Alphabet Soup Deployment: From AIK to ZTI – Migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 Using Nothing But Free Tools
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Client
Speaker(s): Stephen Rose

WCL305 | How Many Coffees Can You Drink While Windows 7 Boots?
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Client
Speaker(s): Matthew Reynolds, Stephen Rose, Vadim Arakelov

WCL403 | PowerShell Remoting in Depth
Breakout Session | 400 – Expert | Windows Client
Speaker(s): Don Jones

WSV313 | The Network Files, Case #53: Diagnosing Diseases of DNS
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Server
Speaker(s): Mark Minasi

WSV316 | Clouds and Your Organization: A (Former) Professional Economist’s View for IT Pros
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Server
Speaker(s): Mark Minasi

WSV321 | Windows PowerShell Crash Course
Breakout Session | 300 – Advanced | Windows Server
Speaker(s): Don Jones, Jeffrey Snover

CD01 | Skills for Emerging Technologies Seminar
Career Development | 200 – Intermediate |
Speaker(s): Greg Shields, Jeffrey Snover, Michele Leroux Bustamante, Paul Thurrott, Russ Hearl, Tim Heuer

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