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Microsoft: Networking for a hybrid application environment

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Supporting a network in transition: Q&A blog post series with David LefIn a series of blog posts, this being the fourth and last, David Lef, Principal Network Architect at Microsoft IT, chats with us about supporting a network as it transitions from a traditional infrastructure to a fully wireless cloud computing platform. Microsoft IT is […]

Microsoft Announces the new VMware migration offer for Windows Server 2016

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With the launch of Windows Server 2016, customers have more reasons than ever to switch from VMware to Microsoft. We want to make it an easy decision for VMware customers to switch to Hyper-V, so today we are announcing a new VMware migration offer. Free Windows Server Datacenter licenses when you buy Windows Server Datacenter […]

Microsoft Step-by-Step DirectAccess Installation Guide on Windows Server 2012 R2 – Part 2

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Learn how to setup Microsoft DirectAccess on Windows Server 2012 R2 to grant remote access to corporate resources without having to establish a VPN session. DirectAccess allows remote users to access resources such as Sharepoint, Microsoft Exchange, and other network services. [1:10] DEMO: How to setup DirectAccess and configure Remote Access in your environment Read […]

Citrix: Get Up and Running with XenDesktop 7.9 Apps & Desktops in a SNAP!

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This is the second post in the “Getting Ready for Citrix on Windows Server 2016” blog series. So, you’ve read the first post in this series “How soon is Now? Citrix is ready for the release of Microsoft Windows Server 2016, are you?” (if you haven’t, go ahead … I’ll wait). You (I hope) have watched the […]

Microsoft Video: Just Enough and Just in Time Administration in Windows Server 2016

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Just Enough and Just in Time Administration allows organizations to only give administration credentials when needed for a finite time. From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Microsoft Video: OMS Integration and Auditing with Windows Server 2016

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Knowing what is happening at all times is paramount in enterprise IT. Learn about the new auditing features of WS16 and how it integrates with Operations Management Suite. For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2016 From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Microsoft Video: Software-defined Networking Load Balancer in Windows Server 2016

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Learn how Microsoft is bringing the Azure Load Balancer to the new Software-defined Networking capabilities in Windows Server 2016. For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2016 From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Microsoft Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2016 Video

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In previous OS versions, the RD Connection Broker required a dedicated SQL Server cluster using Windows authentication for high availability. Learn how in Windows Server 2016, Azure SQL Database using SQL authentication is supported. For more information, visit: For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2016 From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Microsoft Video: SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 – Better Together

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Always better together, learn how SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 work to bring the best in performance and reliability. For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2016 From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Microsoft Video: Server Management Tools and Windows Server 2016

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Learn about this new web-based GUI management tool that is hosted in Azure and available for no charge. Especially useful when managing headless servers such as Nano Server and Server Core, it can be used to manage on-premises infrastructure alongside Azure resources. For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2016 From the fine folks at Microsoft.

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