Tip of the Day: Bringing Device Support to Windows Containers

Today’s tip… I’m really excited about today’s tip. Why? Because it’s nerdy coolness and I like it! Oh, and it also represents a great leap forward in the support of Ccontainer technologies on the Windows platform. Summary When we introduced containers to Windows with the release of Windows Server 2016, our primary goal was to…

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Tip of the Day: Windows Server 2016, DDA and CUDA…

Today’s tip… Questions of the Day: Question #1: My customer is interested in using Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V for the feature where you can allocate a physical GPU to a virtual machine because they want use CUDA features of the GPU. Can this this physical GPU be assigned to multiple VMs at once? It’s a…

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Tip of the Day: Windows Server 2016 and IPv6…

Today’s tip… Question of the Day: Question: My customer has a question about the use of IPv6. Microsoft guidance for the past few releases of Windows Server is to leave IPv6 enabled even if you’re only using an IPv4-enabled network. Has that guidance changed at all for Windows Server 2016? Does that guidance differ if…

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Tip of the Day: Windows Server 2016 Security Guide

Today’s Tip… Hot off the presses, the Windows Server 2016 Security Guide which includes both guidance about general security for servers and of course specifics about the new security features in Windows Server 2016. Windows Server® 2016 is the most secure version of Windows Server developed to date. However, just as with every previous version…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Free e-book: The Ultimate Guide to Windows Server 2016

Today’s Tip… Take advantage of IT innovation while reducing security risks and disruptions. With Windows Server 2016, get new layers of security, datacenter efficiency, and agility in application development backed by Microsoft Azure, one of the world’s largest cloud datacenters. Download the free e-book to learn about the latest technology in Windows Server 2016 and…

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(RDS) Tip of the Day: Upcoming Architecture Investments for RDS Hosting

Today’s Tip… See our upcoming investments focused on making your hosted RDS environments more secure, scalable and efficient; discover the future architecture improvements that help you create compelling services for your customers, while taking your business to a higher level of efficiency and growth. These improvements will extend the current Windows Server 2016 RDS to…

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Tip of the Day: Windows Server Software Defined (WSSD)

Today’s Tip… Quote from our blog: “The island of Bora Bora. The finish line at a marathon. A software defined datacenter. What do they have in common? Being there is easy – getting there is the hard part. However in the latter case, at least, you can let someone else do the hard part for…

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Tip of the Day: The Always ON VPN Deployment Guide is Now Live

Today’s Tip… The Always On VPN Deployment Guide is now live on the web, in the new Virtual Private Networking (VPN) section of the Windows Server 2016 Technical Library: Remote Access Always On VPN Deployment Guide for Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10

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Tip of the Day: Semi-Annual Channel and more!

Today’s tip… These articles cover the Semi-annual Channel in Windows and Office, LTSC (previously called LTSB), servicing, and Windows Insider Preview information. Reference: Delivering continuous innovation with Windows Server – https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/hybridcloud/2017/06/15/delivering-continuous-innovation-with-windows-server/ Windows Server Semi-annual Channel Overview – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started/semi-annual-channel-overview Overview of the upcoming changes to Office 365 ProPlus update management – https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Overview-of-the-upcoming-changes-to-Office-365-ProPlus-update-management-78B33779-9356-4CDF-9D2C-08350EF05CCA?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US

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Tip of the Day: Windows Server for Developers: News from Microsoft Build 2017

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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