Week of December 30: KB alerts, new book on IPv6, new application virtualization comparison, more practical PowerShell

Happy New Year! I’m back at work after a much-needed vacation. Check out the blogs from the last couple of weeks, discussing new KBs, the complete documentation for Windows Server 2012 R2 in downloadable form, a new comparison of application virtualization approaches, practical applications for PowerShell, and a new book on IPv6! Happy reading, Christa…


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 October 28: GA of Windows Server/System Center (and getting started) and new RDP clients for iOS, Android, and OSX

Greetings, all, It’s been a little while since I was able to publish one of these roundups. Not because of any lack of great content from the MVPs, I’m afraid, but in getting ready for the MVP Summit later this month it suddenly became November. Please check out the links below (arranged by MVP expertise)…


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 August 19: Let MVPs help you prepare for the Windows Server 2012 launch in October

Hi, all, It’s summer and many people are taking some time off (myself included) but some of the Windows Server MVPs are still blogging away. First, as summer draws to an end, it’s a good time to start planning for your next in-person events this fall. As noted by the MVPs, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 will launch October 18….


Week of July 15: Clustering Server Workloads, Updated Windows Server 2012 Rollup, Changes to Group Policy, and Practical Powershell with Windows Server MVPs

Greetings, all, Welcome to this week’s roundup of blogs from MVPs with expertise areas related to Windows Server. If you’re interested in how-to articles and background information, this is a good week for you. We’re continuing to see more exploration of PowerShell, with how-tos for using PowerShell to perform tasks such as deleting AD accounts,…


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 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 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…