An unusual benefit of being an MVP

Out of the blue some of my fellow MVPs and I got an email from Torsten who's also an SMS MVP asking if we'd read through the "Example Package Access Scenarios" section of the ConfigMgr documentation which I have to be honest I haven't.

Anyway in reading through it I was very surprised and pleased to see that I and some of the MVPs are mentioned:

"If Cliff tries to run the same advertisement with his account in corp.contoso.com, he does not need the Network Access Account. The Configuration Manager 2007 client components connect to SJC-DP1 using his own user account, and if there are actions that require elevation, the client connects using the Cliff-PC$ account."

Take a read through this and see how many other MVPs you can find mentioned.

Published Thursday, January 24, 2008 8:49 AM by chobbs
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# An unusual benefit of being an MVP

Out of the blue some of my fellow MVPs and I got an email from Torsten who's also an SMS MVP asking

Thursday, January 24, 2008 4:24 AM by chobbs

# re: An unusual benefit of being an MVP

That's absolutely awesome! What a cool way to recognise the MVPs!

Thursday, January 24, 2008 2:20 PM by duncanmc

# re: An unusual benefit of being an MVP

Please note that the documentation was prepared acording to Microsoft Legal Guidelines. All names use are on the approved ficitious name list and any resemlance to MVPs, living or dead, is PURELY coincidental.

;-)

Of course, we have several former and current Microsoft employees who filled out the forms allowing us to use their names in anything Microsoft produces. It is convenient that we have releasees for names like Torsten and Kim and April and Cliff. Unfortunately, there is no "Rod" in the list. :-(

Monday, January 28, 2008 1:44 PM by Cathy Moya