This is one of those days that I feel like I'm not helping enough. Everyone was going crazy today, with Craig trying to corral Vista and Longhorn (we finally learned that Vista is definitely the client, and Longhorn Server has not got a release name, yet, so it's still Longhorn). The difference explains how what we were installing the past few days never worked. It helps to have a Microsofty in the crew to get this working.
They got a lot done today, but then managed to blow something up when they started working with the Aruba gear. I'm not exactly sure what they did, but the deer-in-the-headlights look from Craig was priceless.
Brett managed to get a lot of work done today as a result of teaming with the LANDesk guy. They banged through a bunch of the Cisco documentation and managed to get pieces of it working--even when the documentation was wrong.
Joel's been busy pointing out all of his articles in the Network World magazines in the break area, especially his huge article about Network Access Control that just came out today. It's pretty good, despite the author. (I wonder if Joel will ever read this... probably not!)
Anyway, we're pretty beat. It's time to head home. Errr... To the hotel, I mean.