SharePoint Webcast update

I had an overwhelming response for this webcast. 25 registrations were received in 48 hours.

Please note:  I have now decided to move away from ‘Teamviewer’ which had a 25 participant maximum to another webcast/webinar provider. The new one has the capacity to house 100 participants. It also has better Audio options (international call in numbers, voip, skype integration or a ‘call me’ option for US numbers).

What this means is you will have to disregard the meeting links that were sent to you on your registration (if you registered).
You will be sent new links in a weeks time.

Everything else remains the same. Just the online meeting links will be different.

Additionally, you will be sent the online meeting information and reminders a few days before the Webcast.

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Troubleshooting SharePoint 2010 issues. Webcast by

SharePoint Webcast – Troubleshooting SharePoint 2010 issues

Topic: Troubleshooting SharePoint 2010 issues

Special coverage on SharePoint 2013!

A problem well defined is a problem half solved! Explore the various steps to troubleshooting SharePoint issues, learn more on tools, tips and tricks to help you quickly narrow down your issue and find a fix.

This event is only limited to 100 attendees, so hurry and register now.

Date: Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Time: 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM (GMT+10)

Total Duration: 1 hour

This includes –
Presentation: 45 minutes
Demo, Q & A: 15 minutes

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Free SharePoint 2010 Training webinar: PowerShell Boot Camp – March 25, 2010

SharePoint 2010 is the first version of SharePoint technologies in which Microsoft supports administration through PowerShell scripts. In SharePoint 2007, farm administrators use a command-line utility named STSADM.EXE to run interactive commands from the console window and to write DOS-style batch file scripts to automate common administrative tasks such as creating, backing up or restoring a new site collection.

Microsoft now recommends using the new PowerShell support for writing, testing and executing scripts that automate the same types of administrative tasks that you can accomplish using STSADM.EXE.

Click here to register