SharePoint TechEd DVD

We're excited to announce that we are going to have a Office SharePoint Server 2007 Beta 2 DVD in every bag at TechEd! This DVD contains some great resources including a base VPC!

Please note: You need .NET Framework 1.1 to autostart the DVD. If you don't have 1.1, browse to your DVD drive and click on index.html

The following is a partial list of what the DVD contains:

  • A Beta 2 Office SharePoint Server 2007 & Office 2007 client Virtual Machine

·         Evaluation content including:

o   Evaluation Product Guides

o   Flash Demos

o   Developer “How do I” training videos

o   Customer Solution Briefs

·         UA Documentation including:

o   Planning, Deployment, Upgrade, Security Guides, Models, and Worksheets

o   CMS Assessment Tool w/ Documentation, Migration Whitepapers

o   Seven Development Projects for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services Version 3.0 (Beta Book)

o   SDKs, Office Resource Kit

o   Instructions and Samples: Excel Services, Forms Services, Business Data Catalog

·         Presentations from Office Dev Con and the SharePoint Conference

·         Developer Videos including architecture, security, file format, BI and workflow

·         Related Technologies content

·         Online Resources including links to the Office Preview Site, elearning content, Developer Portal, Community, Team Blog, Getting Started Guides, and various landing pages


Comments (8)
  1. Robin says:


    Are there any plans of releasing this DVD as an image on MSDN? 🙂 I’m really interested in those VPC’s!



  2. Jean says:

    What is the part number on the DVD?

    Thank you!

  3. Umesh Bhatt says:

    On the DVD, there are some developer videos. The developer Videos for InfoPath 12 files does not work.

    Also, is there a way to get all the presentations  in the developer video, which are embedded inside wmv files.

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