In our monthly feature, we bring you the most-read content from the previous month and share it with you. For March, our readers were interested in the latest Patch Tuesday updates, how Hyper-V fits into Windows Server 2012 R2 and changes in System Center.
What content helped you or your organization most last month? Was it something we didn’t include on our list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @SearchWinServer.
Why to consider running Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2
Hyper-V and the latest version of Windows Server work really well together. One expert points out five reasons why your enterprise should consider running the two together, including VHDX and VHDX resize.
Latest Patch Tuesday cycle delivers critical DirectShow, IE fixes
The latest batch of Patch Tuesday updates included a total of five fixes, including critical fixes for Internet Explorer and DirectShow. It also included some of the last updates for Windows XP before it hits its end-of-life this month.
Essential guide covers how Microsoft System Center has evolved
This essential guide covers what’s new and what’s changed in the Microsoft System Center suite, including an understanding of its evolution, its cloud management tale and Virtual Machine Manager.
The basics of an offloaded data transfer
Learn about offloaded data transfers and how they fit in with Windows Server 2012, including how it’s different from regular file transfers and how your enterprise could benefit from taking advantage of them.
ODX file transfer requirements
Before completing offloaded file transfers in Windows Server 2012, it’s important for admins to understand some of the requirements, including storage array compatibility and locating virtual hard disks on ODX-capable LUNs.