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Global Knowledge launches Microsoft Windows Vista training

Global Knowledge has announced details of two new Microsoft Windows Vista training courses based on Microsoft's pre-release version of Windows Vista Release Candidate 1.

The training courses are called Migrating to Windows Vista and Implementing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows Vista.

Global Knowledge says the 5-day courses will run at the company's UK training centres in London, Wokingham, Coventry and Wakefield as well as across Europe.

The first Implementing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows Vista training event takes place on 16 October 2006 in London.

This training course covers the deployment, customisation and support of Microsoft Windows Vista in a networked Active Directory environment. It also covers configuring the new enterprise troubleshooting tools, Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) and remote administration.

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