We had a great turn out for Monday’s #1EMVPchat Twitter Party. Our MVPs talked about migrating to Windows 10 and issues they are currently experiencing. Thanks to our expert hosts Niall Brady, Jason Sandys, Dave Kawula, and Émile Cabot. Check out the highlights below! Dave kicked off the chat by freaking everyone out: (just kidding!)
This month we are talking with these MVPs about Windows 10 migration and what to expect from Configuration Manager in 2018. Come with questions and ask the experts! Use the hashtag #1EMVPchat on Twitter to join the conversation. Meet your MVPs Dave Kawula is the founder of MVP Days and Co-chair of the #TechMentorEvent. He
So, what are front ends and why do I need them? Within this guide, you will learn what front ends are and how you can use them. Included are a variety of other MVP and community tools from MVPs like Niall Brady, Nickolaj Andersen and Maurice Daly, and many others to help you get the
Last week, our first ever Twitter Party was an MVP themed one: We hosted 5 Microsoft MVPs and talked about how to #StayCurrent. But one of the great aspects of hosting such an event is not only the nuggets of knowledge expelled by these MVPs, but the community engagement. Some questions that were left unanswered
Whenever you throw a party and invite tons of people, you never know who exactly will show up— or what will happen for that matter. As was the case this Monday when we threw our first ever 1E Twitter Party. If you didn’t have a chance to join in, you can go to Twitter and use
The MVP community is vast and varied. With so many experts, it’s nearly impossible for you to not bump into one from time to time. But these experts are also super busy— from conferences and speaking engagements to authoring books and traveling the world, getting a piece of their time might not always be easy.
The question of how to manage systems in a multi-forest Active Directory (AD) infrastructure using System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) comes up quite often in online forums and at customers; this post will summarize and detail the answers I’ve given (over and over again). The Really Short Answer It doesn’t matter, and ConfigMgr doesn’t care.