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  • Blog Post: System Center 2012 or Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for OS Deployment, Part 2, by Dujon Walsham

    NOTE: I'd like to thank Dujon Walsham for writing this series of blogs. Please let me know if they are useful, and submit your own! Thank you! Karen Forster This is part 2 of my blog, "OS Deployment: System Center Configuration Manager 2012, or Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, or Both," http://blogs...
  • Blog Post: Until I know PowerShell, Server Manager Is Where I'm At

    Windows Server 2012 is certainly an interesting OS. Yes many of the Windows Server 2008 R2 items are still in there, Administrative Tools and the Control Panel items, but they are certainly not the stars of the show. Windows Server has focused on a tool to aid in management for some time. The Server...
  • Blog Post: Listen to Customer Reviewer Mike Dragone on TechNet Radio

    One of the first IT pros who wrote a review for this blog, Mike Dragone, is now a star on TechNet Radio. You can listen to the interview with Mike here: TechNet Radio STB News Bytes Real Customer Reviews Taking a Look at Windows Server 2012 Tommy Patterson and Mike discuss their history in IT and...
  • Blog Post: What's New for Group Policy in Server 2012

    Some of you that know me (through my www.gpoguy.com and www.sdmsoftware.com sites) know that I spend an inordinate amount of time exploring, developing against and helping customers with Group Policy. So I was anxious to see what changes Microsoft made in Server 2012 with respect to Group Policy. Of...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V and Me, by Andrew France

    I work as a Technical Specialist for an Independent school in the UK, and I have been kindly asked to provide a post to share my experience of using Windows Server Hyper-V. Coincidentally it’s almost 4 years to the day that I visited Microsoft to talk about virtualizing our systems, so this has...
  • Blog Post: Contribute Your Review the EASY Way!

    I've gotten some feedback saying that some people would like to have their review posted on this blog but don't want to go through the process of registering to be an official MSDN blogger. Well ... I hear and I obey! I give you options: Option 1: If you just want to get your review posted without...
  • Blog Post: Write a Customer Review Now! Here's How

    Who knows more about Microsoft's Server and Tools products than you? Please share your knowledge, your workarounds, your tips, your favorite features, whatever you think will help your fellow technology professionals. Please don't feel limited to writing about the latest 2012 versions of Windows Azure...
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