With thanks to the 50 staff from across the University for attending please see below the links to the videos and PowerPoints of the day!

Direct link to Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLRxbdlgJzwyjAf820T0u4GpP0E01a9LEX&v=u-GVJ_0VuRM

Slides as PowerPoint

  1 Intro (4.3 MiB, 619 hits)

  2 MDT (85.2 MiB, 687 hits)

  3 PowerShell (27.5 MiB, 601 hits)

  4 PRTG Network Monitor (47.5 MiB, 606 hits)

  5 OpenVAS (32.9 MiB, 532 hits)

  6 WSUS and Chocolatey (60.3 MiB, 583 hits)

  7 NPS and VLANs (10.7 MiB, 744 hits)

Slides as PDF

  1 Intro (2.0 MiB, 624 hits)

  2 MDT (2.2 MiB, 793 hits)

  3 PowerShell (1.8 MiB, 664 hits)

  4 PRTG Network Monitor (3.2 MiB, 690 hits)

  5 OpenVAS (2.3 MiB, 658 hits)

  6 WSUS and Chocolatey (2.9 MiB, 799 hits)

  7 NPS and VLANs (1.4 MiB, 724 hits)

Stay tuned over the coming days for the scripts that are mentioned through the video which will be linked to from this post.

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3 Responses to IT Open Day at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford

  • Sam Zhao says:

    Hi,
    Your articles are very helpful.

    Will be really great if you do a tutorial/write up on securing the wired networking, I have noticed the screenshots/Powershell on the NPS and VLANs video, would like to achieve the same.

    thank you
    Sam

  • Alex Rose says:

    Hi. I see some quite large /21 subnets in the last slides about using NPS. Is this just to allow for future growth as I’m assuming you don’t have 2048 switches etc etc. I’m starting to redo my subnets at my place of work and want to keep everything uniform.

    • James Preston says:

      Hi Alex, that’s the one – never quite know what the future might hold (like a network switch in every students room or something along those lines) – either way it looks nice and uniform on the tables.
      James

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