Explaining the Hyper-V authorization model, part five

Hyper-V uses a role based authorisation model for access checks. This series of articles takes a look at the model; defines the available primitives; and walks through a couple of examples. (I actually wrote most of this many months ago – only finally found the time to post it up!). Quick links: Part1; Part 2;…

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Explaining the Hyper-V authorization model, part four

Hyper-V uses a role based authorisation model for access checks. This series of articles takes a look at the model; defines the available primitives; and walks through a couple of examples. (I actually wrote most of this series many months ago – only finally found the time to post it up!). Quick links: Part1; Part…

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Explaining the Hyper-V authorization model, part three

Hyper-V uses a role based authorisation model for access checks. This series of articles takes a look at the model; defines the available primitives; and walks through a couple of examples. (I actually wrote most of this series many months ago – only finally found the time to post it up!). Quick links: Part1; Part…

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Explaining the Hyper-V authorization model, part two

Hyper-V uses a role based authorisation model for access checks. This series of articles takes a look at the model; defines the available primitives; and walks through a couple of examples. (I actually wrote most of this series many months ago – only finally found the time to post it up!). Quick links: Part1; Part…

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Explaining the Hyper-V authorization model, part one

Hyper-V uses a role based authorisation model for access checks. This series of articles takes a look at the model; defines the available primitives; and walks through a couple of examples. (I actually wrote most of this series many months ago – only finally found the time to post it up!). Quick links: Part1; Part…

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Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM on Technet & MSDN

After the Windows 7 RTM release was published last week, it was joined by Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM for Technet and MSDN subscribers this morning. Woo hoo! Have fun with Hyper-V and all the great new features and improvements. Cheers, John.

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Windows 7 RSAT final build available for download

The Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) for Windows 7 RTM have been released to microsoft.com. These include the Hyper-V tools for remote management of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2. You can download them from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7d2f6ad7-656b-4313-a005-4e344e43997d&displaylang=en – remember to download the right architecture (x86 or x64) as necessary. Once you install…

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HVRemote refresh

So after some 22,000 downloads (thank you) in the 8 months since first released, HVRemote has undergone a refresh to make it even easier to configure Hyper-V Remote Management and diagnose issues. The major change in version 0.7 is the ability to perform some verification of the configuration and provide hints as to what to…

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Windows Virtual PC Links

A quick note to say that Windows Virtual PC has reached RC (release candidate) and is available for download. Ben has lots more information here, and I’m really pleased to see that Prasad has started a WVPC team blog where you can learn more about its features and capabilities. Cheers,John.

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Linux Integration Services for Hyper-V – Two announcements

Yesterday, we announced that the Linux Integration Components for Hyper-V have been released under a GPL v2 license for inclusion in future versions of the Linux kernel. More information on this can be found in the presspass article here. The second announcement is that today, we released RC2 (Release Candidate 2) of the Linux Integration…

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