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Terminal Services
Windows Server 2008 General
Windows Server 2008 High Availability


Top Ten Windows Server 2012 Features

Configuration Levels in Windows Server 2012 here.

Adding Recycle Bin to the Windows 8 taskbar here.

Understanding User Experience Virtualization here.

Creating a service to deploy a VM using Service Manager, Orchestrator and VMM. Runbook export here and sample email and icons here.

Connecting Service Manager 2012 to Orchestrator 2012. Example template file here.

Using MngVMs to control your Hyper-V Virtual Machines

Connecting System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager to ESX

Deploying Operating Systems with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Deploying System Center Service Manager 2010 SP1 in 60 minutes

Self-Service Software Deployment with SCSM and SCCM

Integrating Exchange with SCSM 2010

Connecting SCSM to Operations Manager

1200 Seconds of System Center Service Manager Demo

SCCM 2007 Client Health Monitoring with two awesome technologies

Distributed File System Overview

Database Availability Group Creation

NIC Teaming

Read Only Domain Controllers

Windows 2008 and 2008 R2 Main New Features Overview

TCP/IP Overview

Branch Cache Overview

Exchange 2010 High Availability

Windows Activation

Active Directory Snapshots

Windows Server 2008 R2 Overview


Microsoft 7 GUI

Microsoft Online

Windows 7/2008 R2 Installation to VHD

Clustering in a Virtual World

Exchange 2007 High Availability Deep Dive

Windows SideShow and Windows Mobile

Terminal Services

Setting up RD Gateway.

Overview of TS Remote Apps

Overview of TS EasyPrint

Overview of TS Gateway


Understanding Hyper-V Replica.

Setting up Shared Nothing Live Migration.

Using SMB 3.0 with Hyper-V.

Updating an App-V virtualized application with 4.6 SP1

Dynamic Memory - how it works and why its the best

An overview of MED-V 2.0

Virtualizing Adobe Reader X with App-V 4.6 SP1

Virtualizing Office 2010 with App-V 4.6 SP1

Using App-V 4.6 Shared Cache for VDI

RemoteFX and Dynamic Memory in Action Halo 2 Only Demo

RemoteFX and Dynamic Memory in Action

App-V Dynamic Suite Composition in action

App-V Overview

App-V Sequencing

Windows Virtual PC and XP Mode

Hyper-V Management Delegation

Microsoft Virtualization

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Overview

Hyper-V Architecture Overview

Overview and configuration of Hyper-V Server

Overview and configuration of Hyper-V Quick Migration

Overview of Hyper-V Networking

Overview of Windows Server 2008 R2 Live Migration

SCVMM 2008 Physical To Virtual (P2V)

SCVMM 2008 Virtual To Virtual (V2V)

Windows Server 2008 General

Configuring iSCSI connections from the Command Line

Configuring Server Core from the Command Line

Overview of Windows Server 2008 Roles and Features

Accessing COM objects from PowerShell

Windows Server 2008 High Availability

Windows 2008 R2 Networks and HA

Overview of Windows Server 2008 Quorum

Overview of Windows Server 2008 Failover Cluster Validation and Creation

Creating a Windows Server 2008 Failover Cluster from the command line

Overview and usage of the Melio FS Clustered File System

CSV and NetFT Traffic Deep Dive

* Note some people asked why there was traffic on the Public NIC during the Direct I/O during a copy within a VM as shown here. Essentially the file being copied in the VM was from a share hosted on the Hyper-V server which was connected to via the public IP address of the Hyper-V server. Thus the file was sent out over the public IP address of the Hyper-V server, came into the VM via the VMSwitch NIC then written locally which was actually a VHD connected via iSCSI. Easy :-)


Last Update: Tuesday, 7th October 2008
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