Microsoft has been publishing Configuration Baselines for many years. These baselines can be very helpful in different stages of an organization’s configuration lifecycle. From planning, to analysis, to operational tasks, such as auditing and compliance checking, these baselines are worth understanding. The Group Policy perspective of these settings make planning for impactful events relatively easy.

Events such as Windows 10 rollouts, IE 11 deployments, Windows Server 2012 R2 and possibly more, can benefit from understanding these practices. At the very least they can create a launch point for these projects. In this webinar, we will explore the Security Baselines, how they can be utilized and some challenges in working with them.

In this on-demand webinar, former GP MVP and Configuration Management Expert, Kevin Sullivan, will demonstrate and give attendees clarity around;

This will be a technical session you won’t want to miss!

Kevin Sullivan, former Group Policy MVP and Configuration Management Expert

Kevin brings a strong history of software operations, strategy, capital fundraising, and mergers and acquisitions to BeyondTrust, where he is responsible for the company’s day to day operations. Kevin joined BeyondTrust by way of the company’s acquisition of eEye Digital Security, where he served as CEO and Chairman. Under Kevin’s leadership, eEye experienced significant growth, launched several 'market-first' security solutions and brought the company back to category leadership. Prior to joining eEye, Kevin was CEO of NetPro Computing, where he helped grow the business before concluding its very successful sale to Quest Software. Kevin has also served as the president and CEO of, where he secured funding and eventually sold the business to industry leader During his seven years as president and COO at Viasoft Inc., Kevin led the company through a successful initial public offering prior to its sale. Kevin started his IT career at IBM, serving in several key marketing and executive business management roles.

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