Windows Server 2012

Last Updated on 22 Jan. 2015, Total: 119 Articles and Tutorials

  1. Storage planning for Hyper-V Hosts (Part 4)

    The fourth article in this series examines Storage QoS and some considerations regarding its use for virtual machines running on Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  2. Storage planning for Hyper-V Hosts (Part 5)

    This article examines some planning considerations for Storage Migration, a new feature of Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2... Read More

  3. Storage planning for Hyper-V Hosts (Part 6)

    This article examines some additional security, reliability and performance considerations when planning storage for Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  4. Time to Say Goodbye to Windows Server 2003 - Preparing for Migration (Part 2)

    In this article we'll talk about the four steps Microsoft recommends for migrating to Windows Server 2012... Read More

  5. Time to Say Goodbye to Windows Server 2003 - Preparing for Migration (Part 3)

    In this articlewe’ll continue with the process of migrating from WS2003 to WS2012 R2 within the traditional datacenter model... Read More

  6. Time to Say Goodbye to Windows Server 2003: Preparing for Migration (Part 1)

    In this article we'll look at the “why” and start our discussion of the “how” by briefly outlining the options for organizations faced with the prospect of end-of-life of the operating system on which their networks depend... Read More

  7. Troubleshooting Storage Using Event Logs

    This article provides two examples of how to use the Windows Event Logs to troubleshoot storage issues in a Hyper-V environment... Read More

  8. Understanding IP Address Management (IPAM)

    While walking around trade shows I have, a number of times, seen vendors offering “IPAM” solutions. Like me, you may have wondered what “IPAM” is and why it’s so important. That’s exactly what I’ll explain in this article... Read More

  9. Using PowerShell to Manage AD and AD Users

    Windows PowerShell is an important tool to automate system and network administration tasks that otherwise would be too time consuming and tedious to execute. This article reviews using PowerShell 4.0 to install Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), managing the AD PSDrive, and using the AD module for Windows PowerShell to administer AD users in a Windows Server 2012 R2... Read More

  10. Welcome to Windows Server 2012

    The author takes a look at the successor to Windows Server 2012, which the Microsoft is calling Windows Server 2012 R2... Read More

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