Week of November 11: Lots of Powershell, Azure for IT Pros, and learning resources for Windows Server 2012 R2

Greetings, all, We’re getting ready for MVP Summit here in Redmond next week, and looking forward to meeting with the MVPs who are able to attend. While preparing for their visit, however, the MVPs keep blogging. Keep learning about PowerShell with the links below. Not only are the PowerShell MVPs offering their usual set of…

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Week of September 16: Testing Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM, learning PowerShell, new KBs, and how to test remoting protocol performance

As you’ve heard, RTM of Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 are now available for MSDN and TechNet subscribers. If you’re trying out Windows Server, the MVPs have you covered with tips on using PowerShell, optimizing Group Policy, advice for clustering, and even  tips on specing and building a lab based on a Hyper-V-based…

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Week of June 10: Blog posts by WS/SC MVPs

Hi, all, Wow—what a spring! Between traveling for community events, on-campus events, and TechEd, it’s been a while since I posted this blog roundup. However, regardless of everything else going on I had to do this one with all the news from TechEd North America, as presented by our MVPs in Windows Server and System…


Week of March 11: New blogs from Windows Server and System Center MVPs

Greetings, all, Christa Anderson here with another MVP blog roundup. This week, MVPs have created lots of new resources. For example, for those interested in Remote Desktop Services, there’s the latest edition of the “VDI Smackdown” (a vendor-neutral analysis of VDI offerings), an evaluation of Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012, and a new TechNet…


New and Improved Networking Capabilities in Windows Server 2012: A platform for Partner solutions

Hi there! In the previous blog post, we showcased the work we drive with customers in the TAP program and the Enterprise Engineering Center. In this blog post, we’ll introduce some of the work my team drives for partner adoption and readiness on pre-release server OSes. Similarly, The Windows Server Partner Engineering program is focused…