TechNet Radio: Virtualization and Experts Café – A Discussion On A Few New Features in Windows Server 2012

I recently started a new TechNet Radio series called Virtualization and Experts Café.  On September 6th, 2012, I posted the first interview in the series with Edwin Yuen, Director of Cloud and Virtualization Strategy at Microsoft where we chatted about VMware versus Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V. 

This is the second interview in the series where Edwin talks about a few new features in Windows Server 2012 such as Network Enhancements (NIC teaming), Live Migration, Performance and Scale.

Since I would like this series to cover topics that are of interest to listeners, I am asking everyone to please post suggestions for future topics in this series of interviews with Edwin Yuen (and other guests of Edwin).  We are working to have Jeff Woolsey on the show as well.

After watching this video, follow these next steps:


Step #1 – Download Windows Server 2012
Step #2 – Download Your FREE Copy of Hyper-V Server 2012

If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:


Harold Wong

Comments (7)

  1. Harold Wong says:

    Nora:  Weird.  The video plays fine for me on both a Windows 7 machine and a Windows 8 machine.  Perhaps you can go directly to the Channel 9 page:…/TechNet-Radio-Virtualization-and-Cloud-Experts-Caf-Whats-New-in-Windows-Server-2012

  2. Harold Wong says:


    Did you try viewing it directly from the Channel 9 site?  From the Channel 9 site, you can also download different formats of the video to view offline.  Have you tried that to see if it works?


  3. Harold Wong says:

    Nora, have you tried to download the videos to view offline?


  4. Nora says:

    I clicked to view the video and the picture went blank.

  5. Nora says:

    I just gave it another try and it is a blank darker gray solid color?

  6. Nora says:


    Yes, I've tried both, and both are gray?


  7. Nora says:

    Harold, also I thought with today's technology downloading is some how not necessary?


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