Its IT Time and in today’s episode Blain Barton walks us through the necessary steps and considerations you should think about when upgrading from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2012. Tune in as he lays out the necessary hardware and disk requirements, which Windows Clients and Servers are supported as well as what Functional Levels, Operations Master Roles and Active Directory changes you need to be made aware of.
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