The Windows Server Notebook:

September, 2009

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September 30, 2009  9:36 PM

Partner products to get the Windows 7 stamp of approval

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

One of the major problems surrounding Windows Vista involved software and hardware compatibility -- or rather, incompatibility. Microsoft is looking to avoid those issues this time around with...

September 24, 2009  1:41 PM

The Windows Report — Analyzing the IT job market

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

We take a look at the current state of the IT job market in this month's edition of The Windows Report. Independent consultant and author Kevin Beaver calls in to offer tips for finding a new job (or keeping your current one), and sheds light on what he sees as today's most in demand...


September 22, 2009  3:19 PM

Here comes Windows 7 — time to party?

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

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September 16, 2009  9:36 PM

Ready to upgrade yet? Microsoft to end support for Windows 2000

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September 11, 2009  7:55 PM

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 arrives a little early

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Microsoft released Deployment Toolkit 2010 (MDT) earlier today, somewhat sooner than expected. The set is designed to ease the burden on those getting ready to deploy Windows 7 and/or Windows Server 2008 R2. The...


September 8, 2009  7:49 PM

Prepare for System Center Configuration Manager … R3?

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

It looks like Microsoft isn’t ready to let go of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 just yet. Configuration Manager 2007 R3 is on the way – and it’s going green.

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September 3, 2009  8:19 PM

IIS gets patched, SQL Server not so much

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Microsoft is actively working on patching a critical flaw affecting three versions of Internet Information Services (IIS) that was discovered earlier this week. Another vulnerability affecting SQL Server, however, isn’t getting so much love.

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September 1, 2009  5:14 PM

Protect your databases from the ‘internal threat’

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Database security is always critical. After all, DBs usually house some pretty important information (just ask TJX customers). Experts have noticed a growing trend, however, of internal...


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