The Windows Server Notebook:

October, 2009

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October 28, 2009  6:28 PM

Windows Management Framework brings PowerShell 2.0 to the masses

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Just days after the official release of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft has now made its new Windows Management Framework (WMF) available as well. The major component here is PowerShell 2.0, which is supported out-of-the-box for...

October 26, 2009  3:15 PM

Are security concerns over cloud computing unfounded?

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

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October 19, 2009  5:32 PM

The Windows Report — Gearing up for R2 and Windows 7

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

General availability for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 is just around the corner, and while most organizations won't upgrade to both at the same time, there are some compelling reasons to run them together. This month, IT author, speaker and consultant Greg Shields calls in to discuss...


October 14, 2009  7:45 PM

Troubleshooting tops Windows admins’ most tedious tasks

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

For Windows admins, there’s always something to fix. In a recent SearchWindowsServer.com survey, over 800 IT administrators and managers named troubleshooting as far and away their most time-consuming task. Nearly half of respondents ranked it number one (47%), followed by provisioning and...


October 9, 2009  8:08 PM

News Roundup: AD turns heads, Exchange hits RTM

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Lots going on in the world of Windows this month, as you might expect. Here’s a roundup of some of the top news from this past week:

  1. Forget Live Migration; AD is king in...

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October 5, 2009  7:31 PM

Group Policy management gets a boost with MDOP 2009 R2

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 aren’t the only new releases Microsoft has on tap this month. The new Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2009 R2 (usually pronounced...


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