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Tuesday, May 3 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Networking Deep Dive

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Description:
IT environments are more dependent than ever on the network, as cloud workloads have entered the new normal things have gotten really complicated. Troubleshooting that used to be easy can now be very complicated unless you know what tools to use and how to. In this session, we cover the basics of what any IT admin SHOULD know around networking and which tools that are readily available After you visited this session you will have a whole new toolset with you on how to troubleshoot network issues and get control of your environment when issues arise. Even in a totally locked down Enterprise environment where the security folks have installed every product possible to keep you on your toes!

What you will learn:
  • What really happens when you type in www.google.com in your browser and hit Enter!
  • How to troubleshoot networking issues in a locked-down Enterprise environment
  • How to use the advances in last year's tools to troubleshoot network issues

Speakers
avatar for Phil Wilcock

Phil Wilcock

Co-Founder, 2Pint Software
Phil is a former Microsoftie, was a Co-Founder of 1E, and now co-runs the mighty 2Pint Software, who specialize in Network Health Software based around Microsoft Peer To Peer technologies and fancy Network Booting over http.
avatar for Andreas Hammarskjold

Andreas Hammarskjold

Cat herder, 2Pint Software
First network was a home Network when I was 11 with our neighbours, running Novell Netware. Since the release of the SMS 2003 OS Deployment Feature Pack, Andreas has developed significant experience implementing 100% automated deployment solutions with ConfigMgr. Now it’s all about... Read More →



Tuesday May 3, 2022 3:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Harriet
  Security, Networking
  • Skill Level Super Deep Dive (may make your head hurt)