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Webcast on 23 April 9.30 BST

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Promo Steve Plank, or "Planky" as even his mother allegedly calls him, is the Windows Azure evangelist for Microsoft UK and on 23 April he is taking to the interwebs to conduct his evangelizing online.

Join Planky in a one-hour webcast starting at 9:30 BST and let him guide you through the step-by-step process for spinning up Windows Server 2012 virtual machines, building virtual networks and installing Active Directory.

Here are some bullet points to whet your appetite:

  • Working with Storage Accounts and Blobs
  • Building Virtual Networks
  • Windows Azure Images / Disks
  • Provisioning and Configuring Windows Azure VMs
  • Configuring Endpoints, Connectivity and Active Directory

And this is the registration page for this free-of-charge event.

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