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Thomas Lee

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Thomas is an IT Industry veteran of over 40 years. He has been involved in Microsoft products since the very beginning of the IBM PC and DOS. Thomas provides consultancy and training around a range of Microsoft products, concentrating recently on PowerShell and Lync Server. Thomas has been a Microsoft MVP for 17 of the past 18 years and runs PowerShell training courses around the world. He has also been heavily involved in LCS/OCS/OCSR2 and Lync training across EMEA and around the world. He has run OCS and Lync Ignite training on behalf of Microsoft for several years and has been involved in the development and roll out of Microsoft official curriculum courseware. Thomas has been a speaker at conferences across the world over the past decade including Teched US/EMEA/Japan/Australia and is speaking at the PowerShell Deep Dive conference in Frankfurt in October. You can read Thomas's technical blog: Under The Stairs (at http://tfl09.blogspot.com) and his PowerShell Scripts blog (at http://pshscripts.blogspot.com). In his spare time, he lives in a small cottage in the English countryside with his wife Susan and daughter Rebecca, along with a large wine cellar and a great collection of Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia live music.
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Course Author Level Rating Duration Released
Creating PowerShell Modules Closed captions Thomas Lee Intermediate [02:33:22] 23 Aug 2012
Formatting With PowerShell Closed captions Thomas Lee Intermediate [02:32:19] 20 Mar 2012
Managing DHCP With PowerShell Closed captions Thomas Lee Intermediate [02:26:43] 12 Sep 2013
Top 10 Cool PowerShell v3 Features with Windows Server 2012 Closed captions Thomas Lee Intermediate [02:18:18] 15 Oct 2012
WMI and Powershell Thomas Lee Intermediate [02:30:02] 28 Oct 2011