BriForum 2006 Sample Video: Rick Mack details an application toolkit for Terminal Services

At last month's BriForum 2006 conference, we worked really hard to record the sessions in a cool way. Instead of just pointing a video camera at the front of the room, we video recorded the presenters and used screen capture software to record the presentations and demos they made with their laptops.

At last month's BriForum 2006 conference, we worked really hard to record the sessions in a cool way. Instead of just pointing a video camera at the front of the room, we video recorded the presenters and used screen capture software to record the presentations and demos they made with their laptops.

We then combined these two video streams side-by-side and bundled them into a single Quicktime .MOV file. We have something like 46 sessions recorded this way that are available via the BriForum 2006 DVD set.

To show you how cool this technology is, and to share a great session with you, we've posted Rick Mack's session about the hundreds of free or inexpensive tools and utilities available out there that are essential for every administrator to help cope with applications in a multi-user environment.

View Rick's session video (new window, Quicktime required)

The BriForum DVD set contains 46 sessions like this, plus another 10 or so sessions that are video-only (no screen), plus over 700 photos from the event and all the original PowerPoint files.

The BriForum DVDs are now available for pre-order for a special price of $189.00. They will ship in late June. In July, the special pricing will end and the DVDs will be available for their regular price of $450.00.

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video link does not work brian and i got quicktime installed
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I was able to see it no problem
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Can anyone tell me where to find the CmdBarBrowser.exe Commandbar Controls Browser utility.
Siam-consulting seems to be offline, I can't seem to find the tool anywhere. 

Rick says in his video it would be posted here, where can I find it?
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