NWSCUG for November 20th 2020!

Greetings NWSCUG!

Join us again on November 20th online for another great NWSCUG afternoon! For this meeting, you’re (once again) invited to remain in your PJs, or dress it up on business casual, and join from your home or work. This meeting is open to all humans globally!

Simply register like you always do, and the day before the meeting we’ll send a Teams invitation to all registered attendees.

We’ve partnered with AZSMUG and TCSMUG to bring you a great lineup for November!

Register Now!


12:00 – 12:30 – Welcome and Coffee
12:30-1:30 – Wild, Wild WaaS – Mike Marable
1:45 – 2:45 – Windows Hello for Business: why you should deploy it. – Steve Hosking
2:45 – Wrap-up Q&A

Wild, Wild WaaS – How COVID and the pandemic lockdown spurred me on to re-engineer our WaaS delivery and make the switch to Feature Updates – Mike Marable

COVID forced close to ¾ of our staff working from home we needed a new way to complete our build to build Windows 10 upgrades. With no CMG, no “always on” VPN,  and no Intune, plus the inability to reliably run our original IPU task sequence over our on-demand VPN, we had to come up with something new.  I had to step away from the IPU task sequence, get outside of my comfort zone, and as scary as that may be, move to Feature Updates.

Windows Hello for Business: why you should deploy it. – Steve Hosking

In this session, we will talk about the Why you should deploy Windows Hello for Business, while also explaining the high level concepts on how to implement it.

About Greg Ramsey

Greg Ramsey is a Distinguished Engineer for Dell Digital - Services. He has a B.S. in Computer Sciences and Engineering from The Ohio State University and has co-authored many books over the years. Greg is also a board member of the Northwest System Center User Group and the Midwest Management Summit. ​Greg has been a Microsoft Endpoint Manager (ConfigMgr, Intune) MVP for over 14 years.
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