The Windows Server Notebook:

June, 2009

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June 29, 2009  10:02 PM

R2′s File Classification Infrastructure generates buzz



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Storage, Windows Server 2008 R2

Windows Server 2008 R2Of the many new features set to debut in Windows Server 2008 R2, one that has received a steady amount of attention is the

June 23, 2009  6:44 PM

New storage optimization tools launch for Hyper-V



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Hyper-V, Storage

Hyper-V users who are looking to standardize their virtual and non-virtual environments just got a little help. V3.co.uk (formerly Vnunet) is reporting that European firm


June 16, 2009  2:38 PM

Has the time come to update your Microsoft certification?



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Microsoft Certification, Windows Server 2008

By now, most in the IT field are aware of the value of Microsoft certification, as being certified can go a long way in proving to employers that you have the right skills for the job. Not all certifications are created equal, however, and as more companies make the move to Windows Server 2008 or...


June 11, 2009  6:10 PM

Will SharePoint Server 2010 be worth the upgrade?



Posted by: Bcournoyer
SharePoint

The release of SharePoint Server 2010 (formerly SharePoint 14) may seem like a long way off, but with a CTP expected later this year and an official release in the early part of 2010, it's actually creeping up pretty quickly. If you had previously been involved with a migration from MOSS 2003 to...


June 9, 2009  8:16 PM

Change management solution simplifies AD operations



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Active Directory, Change Management

I spoke recently with a rep over at Netwrix to get some details on their Change Reporter solution for Active Directory (currently in version 5.0). For those who don’t know,...


June 3, 2009  7:26 PM

Windows 2008 R2 gets a release date



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2

Microsoft today anounced the offical release date for Windows Server 2008 R2 - October 22. This coincides with the


June 1, 2009  7:20 PM

“Fix” available for new Windows DirectShow flaw



Posted by: Bcournoyer
Security

Late last week, Microsoft released an advisory warning of a new vulnerability that could strike users simply by opening a Web page. Windows Vista users (if there are any out there) along with those...


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