To support your efforts to deliver and deploy updates to the Windows devices being used by remote, onsite, and hybrid workers across your organization, and manage those devices effectively, we are continuing our series of weekly "office hours" for IT professionals here on Tech Community.
Next event: Thursday, February 16th - 8:00-9:00 a.m. Pacific Time - ADD TO CALENDAR
How do Office Hours work?
During Office Hours, we bring in a broad group of product experts, servicing experts, and engineers representing Windows, Windows 365, Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, security, public sector, FastTrack, and more to provide guidance, discuss strategies and tactics, and, of course, answer any specific questions you may have.
Office Hours are a chat-cased event. There is no video or live meeting component. Simply visit the event page and leave your questions in the Comments section. That's it!
Have an issue or question you'd prefer not to discuss publicly?
No problem. During Office Hours, select the name of the person you'd like to speak with, then select Message in the top-right corner to send a direct message.
Screenshot of the ‘Message’ icon
Can't attend at the designated time?
Again, no problem. Post your questions in advance. We'll make sure we review them during office hours.
How do I participate?
Office Hours are text-based only; there is no audio or virtual meeting component.
Example of a question and answer provided during a previous Office Hours event
To post a question, you simply need to be a member of the Tech Community. If you haven't already signed up, click Sign In in the top right corner of this site to join today.
Then, in advance of the next Office Hours session:
- Visit the event page.
- Select RSVP.
- Post away! You can even post questions early for the next event so we can dive right in at the top of the hour!
Where can I find out about the next office hours event?
We continue to host Windows Office Hours every third Thursday. Bookmark this post for the latest dates.
We look forward to answering your questions!