Week of June 19: New blog posts from WS/SC MVPs

Hi, all, This weekend, I’m off to TechEd Madrid (I’ll be in the Hyper-V booth Tuesday and Wednesday morning if you’d like to say hello). Before I go, here’s our regular roundup of new blogs from Windows Server and System Center MVPs, This week, those blogs include a new script for updating VHDs, technical guidance…


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 April 8: New blogs from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all, Christa Anderson here with your latest blogs from Windows Server and System Center MVPs. It must be spring: Microsoft Management Summit is this week in Las Vegas (with several MVPs presenting or participating in Birds of a Feather sessions) and several MVPs announced that they were renewed as MVPs on April 1. Seattle even had…


Week of March 25: New blogs from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all, Christa Anderson here with this week’s MVP blog update. Here’s a quick overview of what the MVPs have in store for you this week. Check the blog links below for details. In how-to news this week, Roberto di Lello and Darren Mar-Elia posted blogs and videos about using Group Policy, Aidan Finn explains…


Week of March 18: New blogs from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all, Christa Anderson, community lead from the Partner and Customer Ecosystem here with this week’s roundup of MVP blogs related to Windows Server and System Center. Here’s an example of the content in the MVP blogs linked below. If you’re still using Windows Server 2008R2 and/or Windows 7, be sure to check out this…


Week of February 25: New from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all,  We took a week off for MVP Summit but we’re now back with this week’s installment of blogs from our Windows Server/System Center MVPs. Several MVPs posted technical how-to articles for high availability for various workloads, as well as book recommendations (Spanish and English) and pointers to new KB articles, hotfixes, and rollups. Some…

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Week of Feburary 11: New from Windows Server/System Center MVPs!

Hi, all, Christa Anderson here with this week’s roundup of MVP blogs and articles. It’s a good time to learn more about Hyper-V, both on its own and in combination with System Center Virtual Machine Manager, especially around virtualized networking. Read about using (and installing) SCOM, MVP top picks for Config Manager 2012 SP1 and how to…

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Week of February 4: New blogs from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all, Getting started with Windows InTune or Windows Server Essentials? Curious about how Office 365 licensing works with Remote Desktop Services? Setting up PowerShell Web Access for remote server management? Interested in new practical uses for Hyper-V replica? Figuring out NIC teaming? In this week’s MVP roundup, you’ll find blogs on these topics and more, as…


Week of January 28: New blogs from Windows Server/System Center MVPs

Hi, all, Christa Anderson here with a quick summary of what you’ll find in the WSSC MVP blogs this week. The blogs themselves are linked below, organized according to the blogger’s MVP expertise. (As a reminder, MVPs can have only one official expertise, but frequently have experience with more than one technology.) It’s a good…


Fast TCP Loopback Performance and Low Latency with Windows Server 2012 TCP Loopback Fast Path

 TCP Loopback Fast Path is a new feature introduced in Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. If you use the TCP loopback interface for inter-process communications (IPC), you may be interested in the improved performance, improved predictability, and reduced latency the TCP Loopback Fast Path can provide.  This feature preserves TCP socket semantics and platform…

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