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LISA NT 2000 - Call for Papers, FINAL Reminder

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Moun Chau

Feb 1, 2000, 3:00:00 AM2/1/00
3rd Large Installation System Administration of Windows NT/2000
July 30 - August 2, 2000
Seattle, Washington, USA
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SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS: The 3rd Large Installation System
Administration of Windows NT/2000 (LISA NT 2000) conference is the
chance to connect with peers and experts on the issues and solutions
surrounding the maintenance of Windows NT and migration to NT 2000.

We are currently seeking submissions for Technical White Papers,
Works-In-Progress Reports, Talks/Panel Session proposals, and Tutorial
presentation proposals for this event. Suggested topics include, but are
not limited to: Windows NT network management, maintenance and
integration solutions; migration into Windows NT 2000; system
administration methodologies, configuration, backup and restores;
integration of UNIX and other platforms within a Windows NT environment.

Please see the detailed author guidelines, which include a sample
abstract, for more information.,html

Assistance with travel expenses for conference speakers is available as
needed thanks to a donation from Microsoft Research. Please contact the
USENIX Association Conference office at if you
are a speaker at this conference and want more information regarding
this program.

*Submission proposals due: February 16, 2000
*Notification to authors: March 13, 2000
*Final papers due: June 1, 2000
*Registration materials available: May 2000

This conference is co-located with the 4th USENIX Windows Systems
Symposium on August 3-4, 2000 in Seattle, Washington. A complete Call
for Papers for this symposium is available online at:

LISA NT 2000 is sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems
Association. USENIX is an international membership society. This
conference is co-sponsored by SAGE, The Systems Administration Guild, a
special technical group within USENIX dedicated to the advancement and
recognition of the system administration profession.

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