The Windows Server Notebook

Dec 2 2013   5:23PM GMT

November in review: the top Windows Server content

Toni Boger Toni Boger Profile: Toni Boger

In our monthly feature, we round up and share the Windows Server content from the previous month that was most popular with our readers.

Windows Server admins kept busy in November by catching up on PowerShell scripting, the latest Patch Tuesday security updates and the latest virtual disk features.

What content helped you or your organization most last month? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SearchWinServer.

Important Hyper-V, critical IE vulnerabilities have Patch Tuesday fixes
The latest round of Patch Tuesday security updates included fixes for critical vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, the Windows Graphics Device Interface and a zero-day bug in an ActiveX control. An important vulnerability for Hyper-V was dubbed “coolest” by one analyst.

Make Windows virtualization tasks easier by running PowerShell scripts
With Windows Server 2012 R2 hitting general availability, there’s a revamped version of PowerShell that includes more cmdlets than ever to help admins automate tasks. Admins have a number of resources to learn which cmdlets will be best for their organization.

Learn how to resize virtual disks in Windows Server 2012 R2
This Ask the Expert piece takes a look at whether virtual disks can be resized in Windows Server 2012 R2 and what admins should know before they tackle resizing virtual disks, including requirements and what to expect in the process.

Features of virtual hard disks in Windows Server 2012 R2
Admins should take the time to learn about virtual disks and the characteristics of virtual disks in Windows Server 2012 R2. Critical to virtualization, these disks have a number of features that were specifically designed to enhance performance.

How a Windows Server data center can benefit from shared virtual disks
When used correctly, shared virtual disks can be a big benefit for a Windows Server data center. Multiple virtual machines can share just one virtual disk in Windows Server 2012 R2, which means failover clusters aren’t limited to storage topology anymore.

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