September 2016 Meeting Notes

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September 2016 MNSCUG Meeting

The September user group meeting is going to be a good one.  We are gathering Wednesday the 21st, 2016 from 4:30pm to 7:00pm at the Microsoft Edina HQ building - 6th floor.  Please register in advance and please don't register unless you actually plan on attending.  We rely on the registration numbers when we order food.


We are pleased to welcome back ConfigMgr guru Wally Mead to talk about Current Branch and the best ways to get and keep your organization current.  Brian Mason will be presenting on getting and keeping your ConfigMgr SQL instance current. Kent Agerlund will be available for an experts Q and A at the end of the night. 

That's right!  Wally Mead, Brian Mason and Kent Agerlund all in the same night.  Should be amazing.


Do you like MNSCUG?  Do you enjoy the speakers and content?  Does the group help you excel professionally?  Does the great food and fine beer bring you joy?  Are you interested in helping out?  Good news!  Elections are going to be held in October and we are looking for YOU! to help keep this user group awesome.  Specifically we are holding elections for Vice President and President.  If you have any questions or want to nominate yourself or someone else in advance you can do so by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



This meeting's food and drink is going to be sponsored by Cireson!  A huge thanks to them!

Eventbrite - MNSCUG August 2016 Meeting

Thanks to Parallels for their session and sponsorship and to Garth for taking time away from home!

Here are the meeting notes Fred took:

SAVE THE DATE - 11/16/16

Our MNSCUG meeting on November 16th is going to be an all-day OpsMgr / OMS meeting and will feature an outstanding lineup.  Cameron Fuller, Bob Cornelissen and Nathan Foreman will be in person and Dieter Wjickmans and Tao Yang are going to present remotely.  This is a tough lineup to top and should not be missed.  There will be a Jeopardy style contest with outstanding prizes as well.  Please let anyone who may be interested know.  You can register in advance.

We had two great speakers for the month of July. A thank you to Max Fritz and Ryan Ephgrave.

Notes from Max's presentation: