I will be speaking at the 2014 NL VMUG Event

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There are many organizations with the ‘VMUG’ initials. I’ve presented sessions to the UK VMUG, which stands for Virtual Machine User Group.

In the Netherlands, VMUG stands for VMware User Group. This organization hosts their annual meeting on March 6th, 2014 in Den Bosch and I will be there too, to present a session.



The Dutch VMware User Group (NL VMUG) is governed by the VMUG Customer Council and is officially associated with VMware User Group  International (vmug.com).

NL VMUG supports and inspires the VMware community in the Netherlands, through regular meetings with the opportunities to share best practices and experiences.


About the 2014 NL VMUG Event

On March 6th, 2014, NL VMUG organizes its annual meeting at Conference center 1931 in Den Bosch, the Netherlands. During the meeting you may benefit from presentations, workshops, bootcamps, lunch and drinks (afterwards).

The entrance fee is set at  49,00 (excluding 21% VAT), but if that doesn’t hold you back, and you’re a VMware customer or VMware partner, then please register here. Dutch

About my session

My session, titled ‘Virtualization-safe Active Directory & VM-GenerationID’ is a 45-minute session on Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Specifically, I will be explaining and demoing the way Active Directory Domain Services leverage Virtual Machine Generation Identifier in VMware vSphere to prevent problems commonly associated with reverting snapshots, like USN Rollbacks and Lingering Objects, and how organizations benefit when deploying Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2-based Domain Controllers virtually.

My session is planned for the last timeslot of the event, between 4:45 PM and 5:30 PM.


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