The Windows Server Notebook

Oct 3 2012   4:01PM GMT

September in review: top news, reviews and tips

Toni Boger Toni Boger Profile: Toni Boger

In our new feature, we’ll round up the most popular content of the previous month and share it with you.

For September, our most popular pieces had to do with (surprise!) the Sept. 4 general release of Windows Server 2012.

Here are last month’s most popular pieces.

Windows Server 2012: questions answered

In this FAQ, we answer the most pressing questions you have about the newest version of Windows Server, including new features, what versions are available and deciding when to upgrade. See also our review of Windows Server 2012.

Taking a look at Microsoft Online Backup Service

Our expert breaks down the integrated cloud backup service in Windows Server 2012 with the advantages and disadvantages you need to consider before adopting it.

What’s changed with DCPromo?

In this tip, you’ll get a look into what’s changed since DCPromo’s first appearance in Windows Server 2000, including Install From Media, mass DC deployments and manual DC demotion.

System Center 2012 SP1 lets IT manage Windows Server 2012… eventually

This news story looks at the timing of the System Center 2012 SP1 beta release and how it has some IT pros frustrated.

Sorting out issues with remote PowerShell commands

When PowerShell commands start giving you a headache because they don’t run remotely like you want them to, this tip helps you figure out what’s causing the problem and how to fix it.

What content of ours helped you in September? Let us know in the comments on this post, or on Twitter @SearchWinServ.

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