SMS Technical Training "REGISTRATION OPEN for TX"

SMS Technical Training "REGISTRATION OPEN for TX"

Post by DJ Washing » Fri, 04 Aug 2006 11:41:01


Save $$$ with this Discount Regiatration Code: "SMSBC07"
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

This exclusive four-day in-depth training will provide the knowledge
and skills to plan, deploy, configure and manage Microsoft Systems
Management Server (SMS). Designed to provide a challenging,
comprehensive and engaging learning experience, the two part agenda
covers various aspects of SMS site architecture, implementation and
management; as well as the critical process of software packaging and
distribution.

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"SMS Technical Training Boot Camp"

Dallas: Tuesday, August 15th thru 18th, 2006
8:00am - 6:30pm (Daily)
or
Houston: Tuesday, August 29th thru Sept. 1 , 2006
8:00am - 6:30pm (Daily)
or
See web siet for furture dates/locations

Who: This course is intended for experienced IT professionals with a
desire and/or need to develop an advanced SMS knowledge and skill set.
This course was designed to facilitate an in-depth understanding of the
software, and the ability to maximize its use

Your registration includes: Refreshments and lunch, plus a chance to
win an Xbox 360!

Seats are filling up fast, so reserve yours today by registering at
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


** Please Note: Due to space constraints, all prospective attendees
must apply prior to this event and receive confirmation from the event
producer that the application was accepted and approved. No "walk-ups"
please. Thanks for your understanding.
 
 
 

SMS Technical Training "REGISTRATION OPEN for TX"

Post by Steve Thom » Fri, 04 Aug 2006 21:28:08

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SMS Technical Training "REGISTRATION OPEN for TX"

Post by Um9iT » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 18:25:01

I've been getting these via windows live mail beta, god knows how they got my
msn email address ... reported them as spam, has anyone else got private
emails from these guys?

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Rob - Windows Management User Group

www.wmug.co.uk