Windows 10 Upgrades with Maurice Daly (MVP) – DAY 2
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Learnlab at MicroWarehouse
08:00 - 17:00
Cloud Infrastructure, Productivity & Collaboration, Security & Continuity
Learn more & register for day 1 here>> Discounted package available for days 1 & 2 available in the checkout below.
Day 2, focuses on deployment automation, making you think about the mass upgrade scenario and how to do things smarter. This includes how we can use licensing options within products like Microsoft 365 to help take the pain away for both the end-user and the IT engineer.
We will look at the value-added settings that IT engineers can bring to ensure that everyone gets a consistent experience and are not driven into the “I don’t like this new version of Windows” mindset by changes in the way their new Windows 10 functions. These include how to set default applications, the start menu layout and apply security policies via both group policies and MDM policies.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager will be discussed, where we will look at Windows Autopilot provisioning scenarios. Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager will be discussed more in-depth, how we build collections for deployment rings, automate processes within the task sequence to do more with less and how we then maintain “Windows as a Service” post Windows 10 deployment completion.
Finally, we will look at vendor-specific tools that can help maintain Windows 10 security and stability and how we can deploy those through both of the before mentioned technologies.
About Maurice Daly
Maurice Daly is Senior Cloud Architect at CloudWay. He is a Microsoft MVP in the area of Enterprise Mobility. He is an international speaker, speaking at numerous Microsoft focused user group events, and sessions at Microsoft Ignite.
With a background of over 20 years in the IT industry in both in-house and consultancy roles, he prides himself on being able to analyse the entire solution from both sides of the fence.
This course is suitable for IT Engineers involved in Windows 10 rollouts to the SMB market.