• Update: Infrastructure Planning and Design

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    Here is the updated release of IPD. Some of the updated changes includes guides for DirectAccess and Remote Desktop Services.Solution Accelerators

    Infrastructure Planning and Design guides share a common structure, including:

    • Definition of the technical decision flow through the planning process.
    • Listing of decisions to be made and the commonly available options and considerations.
    • Relating the decisions and options to the business in terms of cost, complexity, and other characteristics.
    • Framing decisions in terms of additional questions to the business to ensure a comprehensive alignment with the appropriate business landscape.
    These guides complement product documentation by focusing on infrastructure design options.
    Each guide leads the reader through critical infrastructure design decisions, in the appropriate order, evaluating the available options for each decision against its impact on critical characteristics of the infrastructure. The IPD Series highlights when service and infrastructure goals should be validated with the organization and provides additional questions that should be asked of service stakeholders and decision makers.
    IPD consists of the following downloadable packages:
    • Updated! Selecting the Right Virtualization Technology– guide version 2.0
    • New!Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services – in Windows Server 2008 R2 Terminal Services becomes Remote Desktop Services
    • Updated!DirectAccess– guide version 1.1
    • IPD Series Introduction – guide version 2.0
    • System Center Operations Manager 2007 – guide version 2.0 updated for System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2
    • Windows Deployment Services – guide version 2.0 updated for Windows Server 2008 R2
    • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 – guide version 2.0 updated for SCVMM 2008 R2
    • Windows Server Virtualization (for Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1) – guide version 2.0 updated for Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Active Directory Domain Services – guide version 2.0 updated for Windows Server 2008 R2
    • File Services – guide version 2.0 includes Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Internet Information Services – guide version 2.0 includes IIS 7.5
    • Print Services – guide version 2.0 includes Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Exchange Online—Evaluating Software-plus-Services – guide version 1.3
    • Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5
    • Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V)
    • Selecting the Right NAP Architecture
    • SharePoint Online—Evaluating Software-plus-Services
    • SQL Server 2008
    • System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1 with R2
    • System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 with SP1
    • Terminal Services
    • Windows Optimized Desktop Scenarios – guide version 1.1


    The guides are available as individual downloads or as a single all-in-one package.
    For more information about Infrastructure Planning and Design, read the Frequently Asked Questions.
    Send questions or feedback to us directly at satfdbk@microsoft.com 

    Solution Accelerators are free, scenario-based guides and automations designed to help IT Professionals who are proactively planning, deploying, and operating IT systems using Microsoft products and technologies. Solution Accelerator scenarios focus on security and compliance, management and infrastructure, and communication and collaboration.
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    • Communication & Collaboration
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    You may also receive invitations to participate in accelerator development via beta programs and customer surveys. Solution Accelerator Notifications is currently available in English only.
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  • System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 Documentation

    This download provides technical documentation for VMM 2008 R2. For information about specific guides, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=162764.SCVMM R2

    You will be able to select any of the required files.

    VMM08R2_Deployment.docx
    VMM08R2_OMIntegration.docx
    VMM08R2_Operations.docx
    VMM08R2_Scripting.docx
    VMM08R2_Security.docx

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  • Upgrading Active Directory Domains to Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 AD DS Domains

    This guide explains the process for upgrading Active Directory domains to Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2, how to upgrade the operating system of domain controllers, and how to add domain controllers that run Windows Server 2008 WS08-R2_v_rgbor Windows Server 2008 R2 to an existing domain.

    Upgrading your network operating system requires minimal network configuration and typically has a low impact on user operations. The upgrade process is straightforward, efficient, and allows your organization to take advantage of the improved security that is offered by the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 operating systems. This guide covers the process for upgrading domains and domain controllers, and how to add new domain controllers to existing Active Directory domains. It includes details about how to run Adprep.exe and resolve known issues and errors if they arise.

    Supported Operating Systems:

    Windows 2000; Windows Server 2003; Windows Server 2008; Windows Server 2008 R2

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  • Running Domain Controllers in Hyper-V

    Hyper-V™ is a key feature in Windows Server® 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 that you can use to consolidate different server roles onto a single physical computer. windows-server-2008-hyper-v-logo-v_2

    Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based server technology that is optimized to provide virtualization of operating systems. Hyper-V supports a large variety of guest operating systems that can run concurrently on a single physical server. This guide specifically describes running domain controllers that use Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 on Hyper-V as guest operating systems. Hyper-V takes advantage of and requires a 64-bit architecture on the server’s operating system to provide improved performance and security. The guest operating systems can have either 32-bit architectures or 64-bit architectures.

    With Hyper-V, you can install a Windows Server domain controller as a virtual machine alongside other application servers on a single physical Windows Server 2008 server. This can drastically reduce the number of physical computers in a datacenter, which in turn can reduce management and energy costs.

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  • Microsoft® Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Detection Tool

    The Hardware-assisted virtualization (HAV) detection tool checks if the computer processor supports HAV and if this setting is enabled.

    Windows Virtual PC requires processors capable of hardware-assisted virtualization with AMD-V™, Intel® VT or VIA® VT turned on in the BIOS.
    The HAV detection tool helps you check if the computer processor supports hardware virtualization. The tool also checks if this feature is enabled on the processor.


    For more information about Windows Virtual PC, please visit the Windows Virtual PC website.

    Supported Operating Systems:

    Windows 7; Windows Vista Service Pack 1; Windows Vista Service Pack 2; Windows XP Service Pack 2; Windows XP Service Pack 3
    Note: Only the following versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista is supported:

    Windows Vista Service Pack 1, 2 (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, Ultimate)
    Windows XP Service Pack 3 (Professional), Windows XP Service Pack 2 (Professional)
    Hard disk requirement: 1MB

    Instructions

    • Download the application (havdetectiontool.exe) to your local machine. There is only one installer for both 32 bit and 64 bit machines.
    • Double click on the application and follow the prompts. Note: The tool requires administrator privileges.
    • Refer to the User Guide for more details.
    • Refer to the Privacy Statement

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  • Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor

    Download and run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor to see if your PC is ready for Windows 7. It scans your hardware, devices, and installed programs for known compatibility issues, gives you guidance on how to resolve potential issues found, and recommends what to do before you upgrade.win 7 ulti upg

    Before you begin: Be sure to plug in and turn on any USB devices or other devices, such as printers, external hard disks, and scanners, that you regularly use with the PC you're checking.
    The Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor scans your PC for potential compatibility issues and lets you know about your Windows 7 upgrade options. Within minutes, you'll get a report that tells you if your PC meets the system requirements, if any known compatibility issues with your hardware, devices, and installed programs are found, and gives guidance on what to do to before installing Windows 7 on your PC.

    Additional Information

    If you're running the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor inside Virtual PC or Remote Desktop, Windows Aero capability might not be detected properly.

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  • Windows 7 Feature: Disc Image Burner (ISO Image Burning)

    It’s well known that Windows 7 is outstanding, there is no doubt about it. Everyone who’s trying must be having same feedback.Windows7_v_rgb_png

    Interesting feature that we use on day to day basis. Built-in Disc Imaging Support. Now, what it means I can burn my ISO image directly onto the CD or DVD without installing any 3rd party disc burning software.

    To start with just right click on the any ISO file that you have.

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    You will see option Burn disc image. Click on that option.

    This will launch easy to understand Windows Disc Image Burner.

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    Insert the blank DVD to burn the image and click Burn button. If you want, you can select Verify option as well for disc verification after burning is completed.

    That’s it your DVD is ready to use. Enjoy.

  • Security Compliance Management Toolkit Series

    Monitor the Security Compliance of Your IT Environment for Computers Running Windows
    The Security Compliance Management Toolkit Series builds on previous Solution Accelerators to provide you with expanded best practices and additional automation tools to help configure and deploy security settings for the following operating systems and applications: Windows® 7, BitLocker™ Drive Encryption, Windows® Internet Explorer® 8, Windows Server® 2008, Windows Server® 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2), Windows Vista® SP1, Windows XP® Professional SP3, and 2007 Microsoft Office SP1.
    After deploying the security settings, you can verify the accuracy of the setting policies and monitor policy changes by using the desired configuration management (DCM) feature of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2.
    This series includes Security Compliance Management Toolkits for the following products:

    • Windows 7
    • Internet Explorer 8
    • Windows Server 2008
    • Windows Server 2003
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows XP
    • 2007 Microsoft Office

    Note: The GPOAccelerator tool is included with each toolkit download package.
    Toolkit Components
    Each of the Security Compliance Management Toolkits includes the following components:
    • Security guide. Each toolkit includes an updated version of a previously released security guides for Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Internet Explorer 8 or 2007 Microsoft Office. The guidance provides you with best practices and automated tools to help you plan and deploy your security baselines.
    • Attack Surface Reference workbook. A resource that lists the changes introduced as server roles are installed on computers running Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008, for the toolkits specific to these operating systems.
    • Security Baseline Settings workbook. A resource that lists all of the prescribed settings for each of the preconfigured security baselines that the security guides recommend.
    • Security Baseline XML. XML files that allow your organization to consume the data defined in the security baseline settings workbooks.
    • GPOAccelerator tool. A tool that you can use to create all the Group Policy objects (GPOs) you need to deploy your chosen security configuration. This release also supports Windows Server 2003, and creating security configurations on machines not joined to a domain.
    • INF Files. INF files for Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008.
    • Baseline Compliance Management Overview. The overview discusses best practices on how to monitor security baselines for Windows operating systems and Office applications.
    • DCM Configuration Pack User Guide. A step-by-step prescriptive user guide about how to use the Configurations Packs with the DCM feature in Configuration Manager 2007 R2.
    • DCM Configuration Packs. The toolkit series includes DCM configuration packs to use with the DCM feature in Configuration Manager 2007 R2.


    Please direct questions and comments related to the DCM feature and the Configuration Packs to the Configuration Manager – Desired Configuration Management community forum on Microsoft TechNet.
    Send questions or feedback to us directly at secwish@microsoft.com

    Additional Information

    Solution Accelerators are free, scenario-based guides and automations designed to help IT Professionals who are proactively planning, deploying, and operating IT systems using Microsoft products and technologies. Solution Accelerator scenarios focus on security and compliance, management and infrastructure, and communication and collaboration.
    Get the Solution Accelerator Notifications Newsletter
    Subscribe to the Solution Accelerator Notifications newsletter so that you can stay informed about new Solution Accelerator releases and updates. The newsletter covers such areas of interest as

    • Communication & Collaboration
    • Security, Data Protection, & Recovery
    • Deployment
    • Operations & Management


    You may also receive invitations to participate in accelerator development via beta programs and customer surveys. Solution Accelerator Notifications is currently available in English only.
    If you’ve used a Solution Accelerator within your organization, please share your experience with us by completing this short survey (less than ten minutes long).

     

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  • Windows Firewall with Advanced Security: Step-by-Step Guide: Deploying Windows Firewall and IPsec Policies

    This step-by-step guide illustrates how to deploy Active Directory® Group Policy objects (GPOs) to configure Windows Firewall with firewall_logoAdvanced Security in Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008.

    Although you can configure a single server locally by using Group Policy Management tools directly on the server, that method is not consistent or efficient when you have many computers to configure. When you have multiple computers to manage, create and edit GPOs, and then apply those GPOs to the computers in your organization.

    Common scenarios, including firewall rule deployment, server and domain isolation, and IPsec tunnel mode configuration are discussed.

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  • Migrating to Windows Small Business Server 2008 from Windows Small Business Server 2003

    This document contains step-by-step instructions for migrating to Windows Small Business Server 2008 from Windows Small Business WinSBS2008Server 2003.

    This guide helps you to install Windows SBS 2008 in Migration Mode on a new server, and then to migrate the settings and data from the old server that is running Windows SBS 2003 to the new server that is running Windows SBS 2008. This guide also helps you demote and remove your old server from the network after you finish the migration process.

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    Windows Small Business Server 2008 Migration Help

    This compiled help file contains step-by-step instructions for migrating Windows Small Business Server 2008. This file contains updates to the sbs_migrationCHM.chm help file that ships with Windows SBS 2008. You can find this file in the c:\program files\windows small business server\bin directory of Windows SBS 2008.

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    Windows Small Business Server 2008 Migration Checklist

    Windows Small Business Server is designed to run on a single server and is capable of providing all the services and applications that are needed by a small business. Migration involves moving a customer’s entire IT infrastructure from one set of hardware to another, and this can include line-of-business applications, intranet sites, and user data. Seen from the outside, migration appears to be a complex, daunting task. A successful migration requires an understanding of your customer’s environment, plus knowledge of the steps needed and things to watch for while performing the migration. This migration checklist helps you migrate from Windows SBS 2003 to Windows SBS 2008. It is meant to be used as a quick guide to other tools and in-depth documents. Using this checklist and the other tools, you will be able to complete your migrations successfully for your customers.

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  • Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Documentation

    Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Technical LibraryWinHPC

    The content in this technical library is intended for users who want to evaluate the Beta 1 release of Windows® HPC Server 2008 R2.

    Download Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta 1

    To download the Beta 1 release of Windows HPC Server 2008 R2, you must be registered on the Microsoft Connect site for the Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta Program (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=169523). After you join the program, you can download Beta 1.

    On the HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta Program site, click Downloads on the left pane to go to the Downloads page. On the Downloads page, you can find:

    • Microsoft® HPC Pack 2008 R2 Beta 1: The high performance computing component of Windows HPC Server 2008 R2. It includes management tools, a job scheduler, and Microsoft Message Passing Interface (MS-MPI). HPC Pack 2008 R2 Beta 1 must be installed on a computer running Windows Server® 2008 R2 HPC Edition, or any other 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2. HPC Pack 2008 R2 can also be used to install the management tools on a client computer.
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 HPC Edition : The evaluation version of the operating system.
    • HPC Pack 2008 R2 SDK: The software development kit for writing applications that call the HPC scheduler APIs.

    Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta 1 Documentation

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  • Top 7 Things You Need to Know About Activation TDM

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  • Microsoft in the Enterprise - Resource Guide 2009-2010

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    In this guide, Microsoft explores their vision and approach for the enterprise. You will find information about the importance of an optimized infrastructure and platform as well as three Optimization models that provide a roadmap to take IT from a cost center to a core strategic asset. You will learn about innovative industry solutions for the Communications, Distribution and Services, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Resources, and Public sectors that you can use to drive better business performance. And we’ll look ahead at future innovations so you can plan your technology roadmap.

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  • Download Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 Beta

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    Here’s what you need to have*:

    Internet access Internet access (to download Office Professional Plus 2010 Beta and get updates) .
    •500 MHz 32-bit or 64-bit processor or higher
    •256 MB of system memory or more
    •3 GB of available disk space
    •1024x768 or higher resolution monitor
    •DVD-R/W Drive

    •Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 3 (32-bit)
    •Windows Vista with SP1 (32-bit or 64-bit)
    •Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
    •Windows Server 2008 with SP2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
    •Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)

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    Foe more information visit http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/download-office-professional-plus/default.aspx

  • Text Messages (SMS) Synching with Exchange 2010 and Rule to move Text Messages (SMS) to a folder using Outlook 2010

    If you have Exchange 2010, you can leverage synching Text Messages (SMS) with the help of new Outlook Live for Windows Mobile.

    Open up this link in your Windows Mobile Web Browser https://update.outlook.com/cabs/OutlookLiveSetup.cab

    After installing you will get option to select Text Messages in your ActiveSync Settings.

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    Now, that we have Outlook 2010 available for our day to day use and since it helps us get the Text Messages (SMS) synched over your Exchange 2010. I was wondering if there was any easy fast way of moving your text messages in a separate folder. By default all the text messages are lying in the Inbox folder and it is painful to move them 1 by 1.

    Here is the sample solution rule that could help you move all the Text Messages (SMS) to a separate folder.

    Note: This is specific to country code. In this case I am using Country Code for India +91. You may replace it with your Country using Contacts.

    Step 1: Create new folder as Text Messages in Mailbox

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    Step 2: Click on Create Rule…

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    Step 3: Click on Advanced Options…

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    Step 4: Select with specific words in the sender’s address. Then click on specific words

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    Step 5: Type +91 and click on Add button. Then click on OK

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    Then click on Next

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    Step 6: Select move it to the specified folder then click on specified.

    Select newly created Text Messages folder in Mailbox. Click OK.

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    The rule will look like this and then click on Next>

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    Step 7: Click Next and skip the EXCEPT RULES.

    Click Next and you will see the following Wizard.

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    Select Name for the Rule: Text Messages

    Select Run this rule now on messages already in “Inbox”

    The option Turn on this rule is by default selected.

    Click on FINISH.

    After clicking FINISH, this will move all the Text Messages starting with +91 numbers will be moved to the Text Messages folder. I could not find the specific type option but this is the effective way for moving the messages.

    Enjoy.

  • Did you hear about Microsoft Office Web Apps?

    Microsoft today announced the start of the Microsoft Office Web Apps Technical Preview program for consumers. Beginning today, a limited number of invitation-only participants will receive access to lightweight versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint on the Web through Windows Live. The Technical Preview is available in English and Japanese, with additional languages to be added later this fall.

    Microsoft is also announcing the formal names for the Web-based applications. Together, the applications are called Office Web Apps. Individually, they include Word Web App, Excel Web App, PowerPoint Web App and OneNote Web App.

    PressPass: What is the purpose of the Office Web Apps Technical Preview program, and what can we expect at this point?

    Schultz: The early Technical Preview program is designed to collect additional customer feedback prior to the broad release of the service. After this Technical Preview milestone, which is focused on consumers, we’ll continue to update the Office Web Apps, leading up to the broadly available beta and the official launch next year, and frequently update the service based on new user feedback after that.

    Starting today, a limited number of invitation-only participants will receive access to the Word Web App, Excel Web App and PowerPoint Web App through Windows Live SkyDrive. These Office Web Apps are part of the Office Technical Preview program, which means they aren’t feature-complete yet. The OneNote Web App and additional Office Web App features, including further integration with Microsoft Office 2010, will be available at a later date.

    The publish capability is another innovation, allowing Office documents to be embedded in blogs, social networking sites, and other Web sites. This the first in a series of updates you’ll see from Microsoft as we approach the broad beta timeframe for Office Web Apps, so stay tuned!

    PressPass: How do Office Web Apps work with Office 2010?

    Schultz: The Office 2010 release is designed to deliver a great productivity experience across the PC, mobile phone and browser. More than 500 million customers are familiar with Microsoft Office at work, home and school. Office Web Apps work with Microsoft Office, so there’s no need to learn another program or service.

    The great integration with Office gives people the ability to quickly and easily save and open documents from the Web, directly from Microsoft Office 2010. Seamless integration with Windows Live lets people access, edit and share with friends, family and co-workers anywhere.

    PressPass: Why are you offering Office Web Apps through Windows Live? What does this mean for Windows Live customers?

    Schultz: More than 500 million people around the world use Windows Live, giving our customers a powerful hub to organize their lives. With Windows Live, people can store and share information such as photos, contacts, calendars and documents, all in one place on Windows Live SkyDrive. With the addition of Office Web Apps, people will soon be able to go to Windows Live to create, edit, share and collaborate on Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, OneNote digital notebooks and Excel spreadsheets — online, with high fidelity.

    In addition to Windows Live, businesses will be able to get Office Web Apps through volume license agreements and via subscription offering through Microsoft Online Services.

    Read more on …

    http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2009/sep09/09-17officewebapps.mspx

    http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/Features/2008/oct08/10-28PDCOffice.mspx

  • Office 2010 Beta coming soon…

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    For more information keep clicking…http://officebeta.microsoft.com

  • November 2009 Security Release ISO Image

    This DVD5 ISO image file contains the security updates for Windows released on Windows Update on November 10th, 2009. The image does not contain security updates for other Microsoft products. This DVD5 ISO image is intended for administrators that need to download multiple individual language versions of each security update and that do not use an automated solution such as Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). You can use this ISO image to download multiple updates in all languages at the same time.
    Important:   Be sure to check the individual security bulletins at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security prior to deployment of these updates to ensure that the files have not been updated at a later date.
    This DVD5 image contains the following updates:
    KB975542 / (MS09-045)

    • Windows 2000 - 24 languages
    KB975025 / (MS09-051)
    • Windows 2000 - 24 languages
    KB973565 / (MS09-063)
    • Windows Vista - 36 languages
    • Windows Vista for x64-based Systems - 36 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems - 4 languages
    KB974783 / (MS09-064)
    • Windows 2000 - 24 languages
    KB969947 / (MS09-065)
    • Windows 2000 - 24 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 - 18 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition - 11 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems - 4 languages
    • Windows XP - 24 languages
    • Windows XP x64 Edition - 2 languages
    • Windows Vista - 36 languages
    • Windows Vista for x64-based Systems - 36 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems - 4 languages
    KB973037 / (MS09-066)
    • Windows 2000 - 24 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 - 18 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition - 11 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems - 4 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition - 19 languages
    • Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems - 4 languages
    KB973039 / (MS09-066)
    • Windows Server 2003 - 18 languages
    • Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition - 11 languages
    • Windows XP - 24 languages
    • Windows XP x64 Edition - 2 languages

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  • EXCHANGE 2010 GENERAL AVAILABILITY

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    Read more on the following Microsoft Exchange Team Blog

    http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/11/09/453096.aspx

  • Volume Activation Management Tool 2.0 (Beta)

    Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT) 2.0 (Beta) is a managed MMC plug-in with support for Office 2010 Beta. Administrators may use it to manage volume editions of Windows and Office 2010 Beta installed with a Key Management Service (KMS) client key or a Multiple Activation Key (MAK). A convenient command line interface (CLI) allows automated, scheduled VAMT tasks without UI interaction.

    Supported Operating Systems:

    • Windows Server 2003
    • Miccosoft Windows Vista
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
    • Microsoft Windows 7
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
    Instructions
    1. Download the MSI file on this page
    2. Run the MSI file on a supported operating system
    3. Click Help on the VAMT 2.0 menu bar or go to the Office 2010 volume activation page

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