The Windows Server Notebook:

December, 2009

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December 24, 2009  5:01 PM

‘Tis the season to be techy

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Happy holidays everyone! It’s the season of giving, and in that spirit we’ve collected a few cool holiday-themed articles for Windows admins. Take a look below, and we’ll get back to talking about new server management features and other serious business in the New Year.

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December 16, 2009  3:06 PM

PowerShell 2.0 modules feature flies under the radar

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

I spoke with PowerShell MVP Keith Hill recently about the growing popularity of Powershell among Windows admins. During our conversation, I asked...


December 12, 2009  3:00 PM

The Windows Report — Looking ahead to 2010

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Happy holidays everyone! The last last edition of The Windows Report for 2009 takes a quick look back at the year that was, then looks into the future at what are sure to be the big Windows topics of...


December 11, 2009  9:57 PM

Opalis acquisition could mean big things for System Center

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

The news today is that Microsoft has finalized a new acquisition – Opalis Software, which experts are calling yet another example of the company’s commitment to the cloud and virtualization projects going forward. My colleague Bridget Botelho...


December 3, 2009  3:49 PM

R2 users will have to wait for Exchange 2007 support

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

UPDATE! (6/22/2010) The wait is over. Exchange Server 2007 SP3 is now available. ORIGINAL POST...


December 2, 2009  7:45 PM

What is Next Generation Active Directory?

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

What is Next Generation Active Directory?While the folks from Microsoft talked about a lot of different technologies at last...


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