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NEW Free #Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Ebook Available #Winserv #Hyperv #NanoServer #Containers

Windows Server has powered a generation of organizations, from small businesses to large enterprises. No matter what your role in IT, you can be guaranteed you that have touched Windows Server at some point in your career or at very least you have seen it from afar! 45 more words

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Windows 2016 released and with it Hyper-V and System Center

Microsoft released today at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Atlanta the newest release of Windows Server 2016!

Windows Server 2016 is jam-packed with innovation and customer response has been overwhelming, with more than half a million devices running the final Technical Preview.

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Hyper-V

DR Strategies for Hyperconverged Architectures

Hyperconverged infrastructure products promise to bring the best of virtualization to an easy-to-manage platform. The question is do they help solve one of the greatest challenges modern IT environment have: DR? 343 more words

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Live Webinar: DR Strategies For Hyperconverged Architectures

Hyperconverged infrastructure products promise to bring the best of virtualization to an easy-to-manage platform. One question is what they do to solve one of the greatest challenges modern IT environments have: DR? 147 more words

Virtualization

Kerberos and External Trusts

Let’s say that for whatever reason, you have your Hyper-V compute in one Active Directory domain, say VMLEVEL.COM, and your Tintri VM-Aware Storage appliances in a different Active Directory domain, say TINTRI.COM. 369 more words

Hyper-V

Setup VM to Receive Mirrored Traffic in Hyper-V

There are a number of scenarios where you want to be able to receive all the traffic coming from a network. For example, network intrusion detection systems (NIDS), monitoring tools (Wireshark, Message Analyzer, tcpdump, etc) or software defined networking (SDN) routers / switches, like for example Open vSwitch. 393 more words

Run and connect to Virtual Machines on Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V and Microsoft Remote Desktop

As I’m going deeper and deeper into Windows Server, I’m starting to realize that it’s still Microsoft and it still sucks. Still slow, still unstable even for being a server edition…or maybe I’m just too used to Mac OS😈.   918 more words