• Microsoft details Windows Server 2008 power management features

    Microsoft is building new processor power management features into Windows Server 2008, which are due out at the end of February. Stephen Berard, program manager of the Windows Platform Architecture team, discusses how these new features will reduce server energy consumption in the data center and...

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  • Windows Server 2008: What’s in it for users?

    Windows Server 2008 has some features users should know about, from power management and Linux-like scripting features to roadblocks for Hyper-V.

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  • Bank analytics firm deposits storage on X-IO ISE arrays

    The need for reliable throughput prompted Argus to integrate 81 ISE HDD arrays to support Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and a SQL Server database with 2 PB of storage.

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  • What do you think of Generation 2 VMs?

    One of the big changes that Microsoft is making in the forthcoming Windows Server Hyper-V 2012 R2 is a feature known as Generation 2 virtual machines. Generation 2 VMs are an attempt to modernize the virtual machine structure, which has remained relatively unchanged since Windows Server 2008.

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Network Policy and Access Services (Microsoft NPAS)

    Microsoft Network Policy and Access Services (Microsoft NPAS) is a server role in Windows 2008 and Windows Server 2012 that allows administrators to provide local and remote network access.

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  • Microsoft touts security in Windows Server 2008

    Windows Server 2008, expected to release Feb. 27, is first server product built from scratch since the advent Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft. Bill Laing, general manager of the Windows Server Division at Microsoft, says security in this product is "unprecedented." This interview accompanies an...

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  • How to configure NAP for Windows Server 2008

    The arrival of Windows Server 2008 ushers in a big portion of Microsoft's long-awaited Network Access Protection (NAP) initiative. In this tip, David Strom uses words and pictures to explain how to get started with NAP using the Network Policy Server.

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  • Customers won’t hold out for Hyper-V, Microsoft says

    Customers will migrate to Windows Server 2008 based on the needed workloads, regardless of missing Hyper-V pieces.

    Margie Semilof4,295 pointsBadges:
  • How a cost management analysis affects Windows Server 2008 migration

    When creating a cost management analysis, IT managers should pay attention to the technologies they use now and plan to use, like Windows Server 2008.

    glo11749875 pointsBadges:
  • Windows in the Enterprise: Top tips of 2007

    Windows shops were faced with many challenges in 2007 — from creating a rock-solid disaster recovery plan to building a business case for Windows Server 2008. Here are SearchWinIT.com's best tips of the year on the IT issues that kept the Windows enterprise abuzz.

    ITKE376,300 pointsBadges:

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