IE Support Policy Information and Resources

We have been asked several times by partners what is the support policy and EOL of Internet Explorer.   There seems to be a lot of confusion over this questions and the announcements we made around Microsoft Edge (Formerly Spartan).  Here is some key information about Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge. The latest version of…

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Upgrading to build 10122 of Windows 10

Good morning everyone.  If you  are a part of the Windows 10 Tech Preview, you may have been taking advantage of the latest builds of Windows 10.  Recently we released build 10122, and your installation may have stopped at 18% .  Thanks to Pieter Wigleven and Antonio Vasconcelos who found the following approach that fixed…

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Upcoming Microsoft Events: Do you want to stay informed?

Whether or not you choose to believe me, here are a two things that I know to be true: Microsoft takes your privacy and preferences very seriously, and Microsoft wants you to stay “in-the-loop” about what’s coming. Often our marketing and operations people send out notices about up-coming events, such as our IT Camps or…

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Join Early Experts: Enhance Your Skills And Career For Free!!

In an increasingly multi-hypervisor world, more and more IT organizations are using Microsoft Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure to achieve superior performance and workload flexibility at the best possible price. With nearly two-thirds of businesses on more than one virtualization platform, adding Microsoft virtualization and cloud skills to your technical repertoire can improve your career options…

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TechEd North America 2014 Content Catalog is Live!

Are you going to TechEd?  Do you want to make sure the room is big enough for the session you want to see?  Then go to the Content Catalog and register for your sessions! Content Catalog By registering for your session you help us to make sure we put the sessions in properly sized rooms!…

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VMware or Microsoft?–The Complete Quick List

As Many of you know over the last month and a half we delivered a 35 part series on VMware or Microsoft.  You can check out the whole list below.  We hoped you enjoyed the series, and please let me know if you have any questions! Series Introduction What is a “Purpose-Built Hypervisor? Simplified Microsoft…

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Austin Windows Azure IT Camp (9/24/2013) Questions and Answers

Good afternoon everyone, I hope everyone enjoyed the Austin Windows Azure IT Camp and from your questions and participation I know you did!  Here you go, and the slides are at the bottom of the post. Q: Is there a amount you have to spend every month in Windows Azure when you sign up for…

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Houston Windows Azure IT Camp (9/5/2013) Questions and Answers

Good afternoon everyone, I apologize for the delay, here the questions I got from the camp in Houston The slide deck is at the end of the post.  Thanks to Keith Mayer and Yung Chou for the help on some of questions.  Q: How do I license SQL license be applied to Azure? A:  If…

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An Interview with Mark Russinovich on Windows Azure & Security: Update on Penetration Testing!

In the interview I did with Mark Russinovich last month (An Interview with Mark Russinovich on Windows Azure & Security), I asked Mark about customers doing penetration testing.  Mark pretty much said it was ok as long as they were not attacking the platform, which is true.  However, I have a quick point of clarification. …

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20 Days of 20 Ways – Get Started with Migrating and Deploying Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Azure VMs

As IT Pros, we absolutely love building with new technology! In February, my fellow IT Pro Technical Evangelists and I have been worked together on an article series for Migration and Deployment of Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows Azure and System Center 2012 SP1 to help get you started. Here is the team listed…

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