Test Drive Server and Domain Isolation!

Yes. I agree that it took us long enough to get this thing posted since I first mentioned it back in February.  Nevertheless, you can now download the kick ass Server and Domain Isolation demo/lab that Microsoft MVP and Virtualization and Security Guru Ronald Beekelaar built for us: Server and Domain Isolation Demo This kit…

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Windows File Serving: Now with More Scalability

Okay, okay.  It’s been a long while.  I have no excuses. Well, at least good excuses. I was on vacation last week.  Then there was the ramp-up to the vacation the weeks before. Before that there was this really good TV show on. My dog ate my Internet? No? Moving on: It’s T-minus one day…

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Brand Spanking New Server and Domain Isolation Case Study

Hot off the presses, we’ve just published a brand spanking new customer case study about how the City of Sapporo (Japan) implemented a Server and Domain Isolation solution.   Here’s a link to the case study (which you can also find with several case studies on our our Server and Domain Isolation TechNet site): Major Japanese Municipal…

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New White Paper on Intel’s I/OAT with the Scalable Networking Pack

I’m back, healthy and attempting to catch up from TechEd 2007.  While it was a killer time down in Orlando, there was plenty of good stuff piled up on my desk (and in my inbox) on my return to Redmond. One of those items on the “good stuff” pile, was a newly published white paper…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 4: TLC Fun! (Recap)

Once more, I’m plagued by horrifically poor bandwidth on the hotel network.  After having dinner with Sean (aka Seanv6) at the Bahama Breeze, and dodging some hardcore downpours with lots of loud thunder and nearby lightening to boot, I returned to my humble temporary abode to check email, surf for interesting tidbits to kick-off my Thursday afternoon…

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WinServer 2003 SP2 Comes Alive!

So.  Yes.  Okay.  I’m a Peter Frampton fan.  And, when I learned that our planned release of Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) had, well, released today, it made me think of Frampton’s “Frampton Comes Alive!” album from 1976.  Why?  I don’t know.  Seriously. I did happen to go to Plattsburgh State University (of…

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