Our organization has been utilizing Group Policy for approximately three years now and it’s always been a mystery as to whether or not we are truly getting the most out of this powerful toolset. Jeremy’s courses offer very clear and concise instruction with a completely hands on approach. After hearing Jeremy speak, I immediately identified that the policies in our organization are far too bloated. We’ve always assumed that the fewer policies applied to our workstations the better, however, when problems arise it can be very difficult to troubleshoot one policy with many settings in both user and computer configurations.
Our organization also has several kiosk-type workstations that our field technicians dread dealing with because they are locked out of everything. Now I have the knowledge to specifically deny our field technicians from having the policy(s) apply to them so they can work quickly, efficiently, and with less frustration. That’s a big win for all!
I’m also confident in saying that I know what the loopback policy is doing! This has been an enigma since we move to Active Directory. Most explanations about how the loopback policy works are so elusive and convoluted I wasn’t sure what to believe anymore. Jeremy was able to sum it up in 10 minutes in terms that I could understand.
Thanks for your high energy, teamwork, and for providing a positive learning environment!
Jeremy Moskowitz Enterprise Mobility MVP & Lead Trainer
Jeremy Moskowitz is a former Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVP and founder of MDMandGPanswers.com and PolicyPak Software.
Jeremy teaches Group Policy hands-on training to IT administrators who want to make their business more secure by using Group Policy.
He runs MDMandGPanswers.com, a forum for Group Policy enthusiasts and also founded PolicyPak Software, an innovative add-on that allows admins to dictate, enforce and remediate application settings. Jeremy is also author of several Group Policy Books, including “Group Policy: Fundamentals, Security, and the Managed Desktop, 2nd Edition”.
He has been seen speaking at Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft MMS, Windows Connections and many others.
Jeremy has performed Windows NT, Active Directory and Group Policy planning, training and implementation for some of the world’s largest organizations.
Jeremy is available for consultations with your company, speaking at your events, or writing custom publications.
The Definitive Guide to Windows Installer Technology
James I. Conrad, MCSE 2003, Server+, A+, Certified Ethical Hacker.
For years, James Conrad has been a sought-after consultant and trainer for Fortune 500 companies. James has been an exam writer for Microsoft MCSE exams and was a key contributor in determining MCSE exam objectives in the Microsoft Certification and Skills Assessment division.
He has trained and consulted for Intel, UCLA, Raytheon, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, MCI Worldcom, Sprint, Exxon-Mobil, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Bureau of Land Management, and many others.
James writes internal training materials for current Windows products and has authored Windows 2000 Server for Computer Associates, and Windows XP Desktop Administration for the Windows Consulting Group, among others. He has also been a technical editor for many books including The Tips and Tricks Guide to Securing .NET Server by Roberta Bragg and Windows Server 2003 Security: A Technical Reference also by Roberta Bragg. James also wrote the CompTIA Server+ college curriculum for Thomson Learning.
James wrote five Personal Test Center Windows 2000 Professional exam preparation tests for Coriolis. James has also written the popular Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, and CompTIA Network+ certification books for ComputerPrep. James also served as the technical editor for Thomson Learning’s Network+ college curriculum. James is currently the lead instructor for CBT Nuggets, a leading Microsoft, Cisco, and Linux video training source.