Monday, March 12, 2012

Webcast and Meeting Slides and Event Pictures.

 

Hi,

Thanks a lots to everyone who joined our "User Group Meeting" personally and on a Webcast.  Thanks to appreciates my efforts and thanks to make this user group meeting successful.

Their  was 6 new members who came in person to join the meeting and 6 users were attending the event online.

Experiments:

  • Doing event online and in-presence was a kind of experiment which went very well.
  • We also broadcast the webcast in "Hindi" the native language of India.

We discussed a lot of things in the user group meeting, we share thoughts, ideas related powershell with each other and we all enjoyed it.

Next Meeting:

Next meeting will be held in April, and please keep in touch / join us we will keep you updated about it.

PPT:

Download the PPT Slide of the webcast from this link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17858935/PowerShell_Training_Presentation.pptx 

Event Pictures:

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Thanks a lot to everyone to make this event successful.

Thanks

Aman Dhally

8 comments:

  1. Hey Aman,

    Thanks for arranging this, looking forward to the next event.

    Let's learn and grow together.

    Powershell is cool!

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  2. thanks Vineet,

    Yes we are meeting again in April :)

    yea!! Let's learn and Grow Together.

    :)

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  3. Thanks Aman, nice way to think of and explore this topic, impressed with it and started inculcating it in limited routine work

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    1. Thanks Shyam.

      Thanks for your kind words.

      We are planning to do next user meeting and a another webcast in "April". So keep in touch .

      :)

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  4. Aman
    Is there any way to list out the USB entries in power shell with timestamp in windows 7

    regards

    Shyam

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    1. I mean USB mass storage activities

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    2. Hi Shyam,

      You can find Mass Storage activities but dont know if you able to find time stamp for them.

      http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2012/05/18/use-powershell-to-find-the-history-of-usb-flash-drive-usage.aspx

      thanks

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    3. Thanks Devices are available but didn't got the timestamp. tried all pros and cons .. but in vain would you please try to resolve.

      Thanks

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