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Windows Server 2008 R2 Component Poster Available Now!

Windows Server 2008 R2 Component Poster Available Now!

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Are you looking for something cool to hang on your wall at home?  You might want to think about the Windows Server 2008 R2 Feature Components Poster!  Well you might not get it pass the family so why not download and hang on the wall at work!

This poster provides a visual reference for understanding key technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2. It focuses on Active Directory Domain Services, Hyper-V, Internet Information Services, Remote Desktop Services (including Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)), BranchCache, and DirectAccess technologies. In addition, updates to core file services and server management are illustrated.  Below is a screenshot of what it looks like.

R2 feature components 

And here is an embed from Microsoft Live Labs Seadragon!

These posters have been around for awhile now and are produced by one of our local guys; Martin Mclean who used to work out of the Microsoft Perth office but now is working for the Windows Server team as a technical writer.

You can download it by clicking the picture above or the link I provided.

Jeffa

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  • Jeff, these posters are awesome - where can I get a copy?

    -Boyd

    bwilding@au1.ibm.com

  • Are these posters available in a printed form?

    Mark

    marklatham@mercydurango.org

  • Good stuff Jeff.

    Maybe someone could start up a Zazzle store to get these sorts of things printed, as not everyone has customers with wide-format printers that occasionally need "testing".

    http://www.zazzle.com/custom/posters

    Andrew S

  • Hi all,

    I've had a couple of requests for these posters in printed form.  I've requested a few from the product team.  Maybe I'll run a giveaway or something on this blog..

  • A giveaway would be terrific!

    Please let us know!

    Mark

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