Watch #MMS2013 #Sessions On Demand or offline only 20gb till now #mmsfun   2 comments

This Week is the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas and the whole week is System Center 2012 and more !

Why Attend MMS?

At the Microsoft Management Summit the brightest and most skilled IT professionals from around the world meet to increase their technical expertise. It’s an intensive week of technical training, so get your geek on. You’ll be first to test drive new products and solutions, accelerate your career, and you’ll experience the power of community.

But what if you can’t go well that is to bad but you can watch the recorded sessions online.

Watch 2013 Sessions On Demand

Perhaps you missed a session or you weren’t able to join us in person. Or maybe you just want to watch your favorite session over and over again. No problem! Session recordings and supporting materials are available 24-48 hours after the live presentation on MSDN Channel 9.

 

Watch MMS 2013 Sessions

 

Yes but what if I want to watch and there is no Internet Winking smile that can be fixed !

Currently it holds almost 20gb still fits easily on my usb stick.  So get the MMS download script from infoworks.tv That is I use the best video quality

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http://infoworks.tv/2013/04/08/mms2013videodownloaderbeta/

Jesper Lönnqvist and Tim Nilimaa have blogged, screencasted and podcasted on InfoWorks.TV. <> Thanks guys.

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Posted April 10, 2013 by Robert Smit [MVP] in MMS2013

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2 responses to “Watch #MMS2013 #Sessions On Demand or offline only 20gb till now #mmsfun

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  1. When I initially commented I appear to have clicked on the
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