Yes, I am presenting in February on Windows SteadyState. I plan to cover setting up SteadyState on a standalone computer and on a computer which is part of a domain. I am also going to explain some of the group policy settings, Disk Protection and explain how the updates work.
Overview of Windows SteadyState, How to give your computer a short term memory
Upcoming UG Meetings
February 21st 2008 User Group Meeting
The topic of this presentation will be Microsoft Windows SteadyState, the product formerly known as the Microsoft Windows Shared Computer Toolkit. Through discuss and demonstrations, we will be covering installation and configuration in a standalone & Active Directory Domain environment domain environment. We will discuss common situations and look at how SteadyState can meet these needs.
Todd Lamothe is a member of the Ottawa Windows Server User Group (OWSUG) and its associated study group and is also on the board of the newly formed SQL Pass Ottawa Chapter. Todd is a Microsoft Certified System Administrator and also a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Todd is a Systems Administrator for the County of Lennox & Addington – Information Services Department; supporting their Libraries and Museums and the approximately one hundred computers and servers they have throughout their 12 points of service. He also provides support for the Leeds & Grenville and Prince Edward County public Libraries as well as other departments within the County of Lennox & Addington including Ambulance Services and Property Services. Todd started using Windows SteadyState in the County of Lennox & Addington libraries when the program was in Version 1.1. He was part of the closed beta team for version 2.0 and now is working with 2.5.
5:00 p.m. Event registration
5:30 p.m. Presentation
7:30 p.m. Q & A
8:00 p.m. Door Prizes
Microsoft Canada Co.
100 Queen Street Suite 500
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J9
Notes: Pizza and Pop will be served, Please RSVP to help us order enough of both.