It was a great treat digging into the MMS 2012 conference bag and finding the 16GB USB stick full of all the System Center 2012 bits. Brad Anderson was seriously beaming with joy about being able to provide this to all conference attendees.
But, seriously, for me, it was more about the 16GB USB stick! I’ll use this and use it again for many years to come.
So, what happens, if you’re like me and you dump the System Center 2012 bits to something else just so you can use the USB stick to create a Windows 8 installation? What happens if you *ahem* lose the System Center 2012 bits? Or, what happens if you didn’t attend MMS 2012 and get the shiny USB stick, but still want the System Center 2012 bits?
Get them yourself! Or, just download the System Center 2012 bits from the following location and go out and build you own 16GB USB stick full of eval software.
Download the System Center 2012 bits: http://aka.ms/itfsc2012
SanDisk has a 16GB USB stick for almost $13.00 on Amazon.com. If you’re an Amazon.com Prime member you can have the stick in a couple days.
And, here’s your own cover to cut-out and dress-up your new USB stick: