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Zubair Alexander
Founder andTrainer, SeattlePro Enterprises, LLC

Zubair Alexander is a Microsoft MVP, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and the founder of SeattlePro Enterprises, LLC, an IT training and consulting company. He holds more than 25 industry certifications including MCT, MCSE, MCSA, MCDST, MCITP, MCTS, MCP+I, MCSA 2000/2003: Security, MCSE 2000/2003: Security, CNA, A+, Network+, Security+, CTT+ and CIW. His experience covers a wide range of spectrum: trainer, consultant, systems administrator, security architect, network engineer, author, technical editor, college instructor and public speaker.

Zubair is known worldwide for his articles on Microsoft technologies, written as a contributing editor and online columnist for Windows IT Pro Magazine and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) magazine. He teaches various Microsoft products and has written extensively on Microsoft technologies for several years. His specialties include network security, Active Directory, SharePoint, IIS, Terminal Services, and Virtualization. As a Microsoft-endorsed trainer, he has trained Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) and Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS) technicians for years. In addition to writing Professor Windows columns for Microsoft TechNet, he has been involved in writing certification exam questions for Microsoft. Some of his other activities for the past decade at Microsoft include working as a Subject Matter Expert on various projects, teaching train-the-trainer courses, consulting for MCS, writing for TechNet Magazine, speaking at seminars and Webinars, working with ISA Server group, writing white papers and case studies, doing technical reviews of Microsoft Learning courses, etc.

Zubair was awarded a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle. He also holds a B.S. in Mathematics. He taught at North Seattle Community College after he earned his Computer Information Systems (CIS) degree. He serves on the Windows Server International Customer Advisory Board (ICAB) and is the founder of the Seattle IT Pro User Group.

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Best Practices for Securing Active Directory

Most, if not all, of you have probably heard about the 10 Immutable Laws of Security. Unfortunately, a lot of organizations don't take security very seriously. They don't believe anything bad can happen to them, until it does. Securing servers in general is important, whether they are file and print servers or database servers, but securing Active Directory Domain Controllers is even more important. Why? Because Active Directory Domain Controllers allow you to centrally manage and secure your Windows network. You can decide who has access to certain resources, how long should the access be granted, and from which computer can the user access the resources.

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SharePoint Best Practices

It is easy to use SharePoint but if you don’t follow certain guidelines and best practices you can end up wasting valuable time and resources. This Webinar will teach you the recommended way to work with SharePoint. You will benefit from over a dozen years of SharePoint experience of a Microsoft MVP and consultant to ensure your sites, lists and libraries are properly configured and secured.

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