The Windows Server Notebook:

June, 2010


June 24, 2010  7:52 PM

Hyper-V R2 to support more clustered VMs – right now

Posted by: Bcournoyer
Hyper-V, Server Virtualization

Amidst all the talk about dynamic memory and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, one recent virtualization update has managed to fly under the radar – and it actually has nothing to do...

June 22, 2010  7:58 PM

Finally – Exchange 2007 gets Windows Server 2008 R2 support

Posted by: Bcournoyer
Exchange Server, Windows Server 2008 R2

The third service pack for Exchange Server 2007 was made available for download this week – and not a moment too soon. The SP3 has been updated to allow Exchange 2007 to be installed on Windows Server 2008 R2...

June 18, 2010  7:53 PM

New Microsoft hotfix solves Hyper-V host startup issues – or does it?

Posted by: Bcournoyer
Hyper-V, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Just a quick post today. Microsoft released a new hotfix this month in response to some startup hang issues involving servers hosting virtual machines. Basically, some users running Windows Server 2008 R1 or R2 with Hyper-V have...

June 14, 2010  7:03 PM

Microsoft works to extend identity management to the cloud

Posted by: Bcournoyer
Active Directory, Cloud Computing, Server Virtualization

You might not believe this, but one thing I took away from TechEd 2010 last week is that Microsoft reps seem to have a real issue with the term “cloud.” This point was brought up in nearly...

June 7, 2010  5:01 PM

Cloud talk dominates TechEd 2010 keynote

Posted by: Bcournoyer
Cloud Computing, Windows Server

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