Take a look at a tool Dugie has found to convert VMDK file to VHD format – top find! And there is lots of additional great virtualization stuff on the main vmtoolkit site.
Do you need the Windows PowerShell documentation? If you’re on Vista and can’t get access to PowerShell at the moment then you can now download the documentation separately, more details on the PowerShell blog or you get get the documents directly from here. Happy reading….
I must have missed these at the time, still here is the link if you need to view them (they were made available at the start of November). In the download section (middle right) of the page is download called “Windows PowerShell Week Scripts” – which has a useful and extensive vbscript to PowerShell conversion guide.
All the details you’ll ever need are here – this seems to a excellent summary and has many useful links.
I’ve blogged in the past on DPM v1, here is a Webcast you can view online or download on the new features and abilities in v2…with loads of demo’s. SP1 for DPM V1 is also covered. The overview of the session is: Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2006 is a key member of…
I have no idea how many times a week or month I talk about RDC (it’s lots!), so it’s always great to see in depth documents for those who wish to take a deep dive into the technology. So here is 15-16 pages of very detailed information – you have been warned! RDC or Remote…
For those like me who couldn’t make it, there are some videos going online at the Virtual Side, including one on PowerShell and Virtualization. I’m sure there are more to come…checkout the main page for updates.
So Windows PowerShell v1.0 was declared RTM today and made available for download, the PowerShell blog, VistaTeamBlog and Eileen have more details on this release.
I’ve had a play with this technology already, it’s really good (IMO). What is it, you’ll have to skip over to Photsynth to find out fully, here is a taster: The Photosynth Technology Preview is a taste of the newest – and, we hope, most exciting – way to view photos on a computer. Our software…
Well done to the Vista team! Windows Vista is RTM (Released To Manufacturing), see the PressPass site for the announcement and other resources, also take a look at the official Vista blog. Clive