Today’s tip… “It’s never been a more interesting time to be a developer, with new application models, patterns and frameworks changing how we work and build great applications. Organizations around the world rely on Windows Server to be a great operating system on which to run their applications. As applications patterns change, our team is…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Announcing: Remote Desktop Services solutions templates on Azure Marketplace

Today’s Tip… At Ignite 2016, we highlighted all the improvements we have made in our core Remote Desktop Services (RDS) platform in Windows Server 2016 to leverage the power of Azure. Since then, we have been working to continue providing tools for you to jumpstart your RDS deployment. We are happy to announce that you’ll…

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Tip of the Day: More Uses for Windows Server 2016 DNS Policies – Selective Query Filtering

Today’s Tip… The last Network Tip of the Day series introduced new Windows Server 2016 DNS Policy capabilities and included the following topics: Have You Seen What You Can Do with Windows Server 2016 DNS Policies? How DNS Policies Work Configuring DNS Policies Because there is so much more to know, why not continue our…

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Tip of the Day: FIPS 140-2 Validation of Windows 10 1607 and Windows Server 2016

Today’s Tip… As of Thursday, January 26th, the following operating systems have validated to FIPS 140-2: Client Windows 10 1607 Windows 10 Enterprise 1607 Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 1607 Windows 10 Mobile 1607 Windows 10 Professional 1607 Note: Windows 10 1607 = Build 10.0.14393 = RS1 and is formerly known as the Anniversary Update. Server…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Use Windows Server 2016 and software-defined networking to build a better network

Today’s Tip… Windows Server Program Manager Greg Cusanza joins Matt McSpirit to demonstrate the software-defined networking (SDN) capabilities in Windows Server 2016. Watch as Greg explains those capabilities and shows you how to use SDN to dynamically create, secure, and connect your network to meet the evolving needs of your apps, speed up the deployment…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Introducing Server Management Tools

Today’s Tip… At last year’s Ignite and Build conferences, Jeffrey Snover (Technical Fellow) and Andrew Mason (Principal PM Manager) first demoed the Server management tools. Server management tools offers a set of web-based GUI and command line tools to manage Windows Servers. Today, we are announcing the public preview of Server management tools! For a…

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Tip of the Day: Understanding and using DNS Policy Configuration Objects

Today’s Tip… Yesterday’s tip discussed the DNS policy processing workflow. It also introduced a few of the objects used to create policy statements. One or two of these are completely new DNS constructs that must be configured prior to use: Client Subnets for example, which can be used as evaluation criteria, and Zone Scopes, which…

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Tip of the Day: How DNS Policies Work

Today’s Tip… Yesterday’s tip introduced Windows Server 2016 DNS Policies and the many ways they can be used to provide custom handling for name queries.  In today’s tip, we take a closer look at some of the logical components used to build a policy expression and see how they work together to provide a custom…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Windows Server 2016 Content On Microsoft Virtual Academy

Today’s Tip… There’s a six module course for Windows Server 2016 up on MVA which includes the following modules: Instructor Introductions and Prep Introduction to Windows Server 2016 The Software-Defined Datacenter Hyper-V Software-Defined Networking The Software-Defined Datacenter Software-Defined Storage Security and Authentication Application Platform Containers Nano Server Course information Instructor Introductions and Prep Video: Instructor…

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