Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

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  • Blog Post: Western Australian 2009 Daylight Saving Changes Updated 28 September 2009

    original posting at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/bb821275.aspx On 16 May, Western Australians rejected by referendum a proposal to extend their trial of daylight savings. As a result there will be no daylight savings in WA this year or for the foreseeable future. This change will affect Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 "Remote Server Administration Tools" including Hyper-V Management

    IMHO, one the of the coolest technologies to be released last year was Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V , the virtualisation just rocks, it's fast, solid and reliable. I run Windows Server Core 2008 (ie no GUI) so I manage the Hyper-V Role from Windows Vista Sp1 with Hyper-V Manager , so was a tad disappointed...
  • Blog Post: Windows and Dell have joined (RED) to help eliminate AIDS in Africa

    Just spotted this in twitterverse (thanks aussienick ) If you are looking for a new PC this Christmas then maybe this is a great place to start – and help fight AIDS in Africa. Cheers Dave Check out http://www.microsoft.com/australia/windows/products/windowsvista/joinred/home.aspx Windows and Dell have...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Hyper-V Server Now Available (Hyper-V role only Server)

    In case you missed this, but of couple of days ago we released Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 , it is designed to minimize host resources, it’s a free of charge but it does NOT contain any guest licenses, essentially it Windows Server Core 2008 with just the Hyper-V Role and some simple command line config...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft migrates MSDN and TechNet on Hyper-V virtual machines

    As mentioned at my ADNUG Hyper-V session we are hosting MSDN and TechNet sites on Hyper-V - cool!! Check out Microsoft migrates MSDN and TechNet on Hyper-V virtual machines for more info!! Cheers Dave
  • Blog Post: What to undertstand a bit more about Windows Server “Longhorn” Virtualisation?

    In this demo you will see: - Windows Server Virtualization running on a Server Core installation managed remotely from another Windows Server Longhorn box - 64-bit and 32-bit virtual machines running concurrently - SUSE Linux 10 running in a virtual machine - An 8-core virtual machine ...
  • Blog Post: Building Web Forms with Office InfoPath Forms Services (ADNUG)

    For whatever reason InfoPath 2007 and Office Forms Server 2007 didn't hit my radar till recently and given the show of hands last night then there's a reasonable chance you've missed it as well. I reckon it has to be one of the coolest bits of Office System Server 2007, Form filling isn't going away...
  • Blog Post: Virtual PC Additions for Vista June and July CTPs now available

    Looking good, check out http://blogs.msdn.com/mikekol/archive/2006/07/25/676977.aspx for the link to the latest VPC Additions!! PS, if you want to set up Virtual Server 2005 R2 on Vista then check out http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2006/06/05/618547.aspx . I personally ended up doing...
  • Blog Post: My Experience running Windows Vista Beta 2 in a Virtual PC

    Great to see you all at the Adelaide Innovation 2006 Windows Vista and Office 2007 event last week, that plus 2 User Groups and 1 ACS meeting then I think I handed out some 300 copies of Windows Vista and Office last week:-) Hmmm, now I'm sure you wouldn't leave your copies of Vista to languish unloved...
  • Blog Post: How to Optimize Virtual PC Performance

    For a useful support article on optimising performance of Virtual PC environments then check out this link .
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Virtualisation Roadmap and just what is a Hypervisor

    An email caught my eye this evening, it was sent out by Jeff Woolsey, Lead Program Manager for Virtualization about our future directions for Virtualisation. It's public domain info and kinda interesting so I thought I'd do some digging around to understand more as I find virtualisation technologies...
  • Blog Post: Virtual PC 2004 on Hyper-Threading Systems and an Intermittent Freezing or Pausing Issue

    If you are running Virtual PC 2004 SP1 on a Hyper-Threaded system (though this is not a universal problem) then you may experience an issue where the guest OS periodically freezes or halts, may be for a couple of seconds every few minutes or so – somewhat frustrating on that blazingly fast new HT system...
  • Blog Post: Virtual PC 2004 and DVD ISO Image Limitations

    May be it's an age thing but gone are the days when I was willing to try that little bit of beta software that looked oh so tempting only to find it has trashed my system and then to be faced with hours rebuilding my system. So if are anything like me then you love Virtual PC 2004 for trying out new...
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