Join us for a free hands on training on Windows Server 2012

                  Register for the next IT Camps!   Microsoft offers free technical resources to help you be successful in today’s evolving IT environment. Don’t miss the opportunity to elevate your skills by learning more about Windows Server 2012 through our free IT Camps. Register now for these hands on training:   Windows Server…

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Join the IT Pro Summer Expedition and WIN an €800 travel voucher from Connections!

Summer’s here and for most of us it’s the time of the year when we take that well-deserved rest and stand back from the daily grind. It’s the perfect time to launch yourself into something new, fun and rewarding. Are you ready for the IT Pro Summer Expedition? Dive into Microsoft private cloud solutions (built…

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MVA top students final episode: Karel Coenye

In the past few weeks 5 Belgian Microsoft Virtual Academy students shared their experience with the e-learning platform. Today we’re closing the series together with Karel Coenye (currently ranked 3rd in Belgium). First name: Karel Last name: Coenye Description: Karel is a senior SQL Server trainer and consultant at Kohera, always seeking ways to push…

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Top Belgian Students in the Microsoft Virtual Academy

Do you know the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)? The academy was founded in March 2011 and aspires to be a free, easy to access training portal for IT professionals who want to elevate their IT skills and advance their career. You can access a variety of training content online, gain points and become one of…

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Out of band security update: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-067

This security update resolves a privately reported vulnerability in the Server service. The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if an affected system received a specially crafted RPC request. On Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 systems, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability without authentication to run arbitrary code. It is possible…

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Winsec – 23 Sept: Introduction to Active Directory Federation Services

More and more Identity & Access Management crosses the borders of the company, because of the increasing need of interaction between companies, partners, customers and end-users, … One of the ways to provide in this need is using federation. In an practical event we introduce you to ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services). After a general…

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Heroes Happen {Here} – Keynote Recording

In March we’ve organized the Heroes Happen {Here} event in Ghent, this event was completely sold out and we had to disappoint some of our customers / partners by closing registrations early. We have recorded the event and placed it onto our TechNet Chopsticks platform. The keynote has been delivered by Bill Hilf and he…

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How-to Upgrade to Hyper-V Release Candidate

A few weeks ago we’ve released Hyper-V Release Candidate we’ve made quite some improvements read them on the virtualization blog, the one I want to focus on are the additional guest OS support and how to upgrade your beta environment. Additional Guest OS support: Hyper-V RC now includes support for Windows Server 2003 (x86) SMP…

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Group Policies Preferences Client Side Extensions

I had this in my inbox for quite a while now but finally found the time to share this with you. Group Policy preferences are made up of more than 20 new Group Policy client-side extensions (CSEs) that expand the range of configurable settings in a Group Policy object (GPO). These new preferences are included…

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Building a Failover Cluster with Server Core Part 2

In my previous post I’ve talked about how to use base images to quickly deploy new servers in my Hyper-V environment. In this post we will configure the shared storage based on the microsoft iSCSI target software, in a real life environment you could use either a Windows Storage Server or another iSCSI or FC…

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