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New Viking quest - UTMessan at Iceland

On the 8. of february I will travel to the saga land, Iceland.
Looking forward to visit this exciting part of the world of mysteries and saga.
Have never been to Iceland before so this will be a great new adventure.

Read about Iceland here





I will be holding 2 session on the UTMessan.

NIC2012 Web cast Of Bitlocker session are now available

My session at NIC2012 was recorded and are now ready for everybody to see. Lots of Bitlocker stuff and Microsoft Bitlocker Administration And Monitoring (MBAM)



NIC 2012 Windows 8 What's the fuzz all about slides

I have now uploaded the slide deck from my NIC2012 session about Windows 8 Server and Client.
You can see it and download it from here


NIC Bitlocker Presentation

Then the first day of NIC2012 are finished and to make sure my presentation are available I have published them on slide share at this link

Running Bitlocker in Vmware on a Virtual Computer

Needed to be sure that my previous posting also worked in Vmware, so I asked my excellent new colleague Christian Mohn the vNinja and he tested it out.

Everything works just like in my posting, but of course it's not that easy in Vmware ;-)
You just need to create a virtual floppy and the vNinja did of course create a blog post explaining how to do it. The blog are here

Running Bitlocker on a Virtual computer

Just for testing it could be nice to run Bitlocker on a virtual Windows. But as everybody knows (or should know), you need TPM or a USB stick to be able to run Bitlocker encryption on the disk.

Or do we?

Windows 8 - Getting the "old" start menu back

Using a touch device the new metro interface will be a clear improvement. And the idea behinde replacing the old "Start Menu" with the "Start Sceen" are logical, because the "Start Menu" is not "finger friendly" on a touch device. But what the heck are it doing on the server version and why can't I make the start button act like it did before on my laptop without touch screen???

It's only a developer preview yet so I can forgive alot of things in this version, but reading the MSDN blog post "Evolving the start menu" makes it look like it might stay this way (even tough, I think it will have to be changed by populare demand)

Luckily there is a workaround for this!