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  • Blog Post: RD Virtualization Host Capacity Planning paper now live!

    The RD Virtualization Host Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2 (Link to paper on Download Center – http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=bd24503e-b8b7-4b5b-9a86-af03ac5332c8 ) , is now live on the Download Center. This white paper is intended as a guide...
  • Blog Post: Cisco CVD completed with Hyper-V and XenDesktop!

    I love Friday news. Its even better when I get to announce something that others havent done yet! Cisco has recently wrapped up testing with their UCS platform using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and Citrix XenDesktop 4 on top of NetApp SANs. I love how thorough these CVD guides are! And for...
  • Blog Post: Extra Settings for the RDP file – Enables Glass!

    In a previous post I linked to a TechNet article that documented the custom settings for the RDP file. In a true case of “wait there’s more!” I have more to show that were not documented here , though will be soon. In the meantime though: allow font smoothing:i:1 allow desktop composition:i:1 disable...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 RC RSAT Tools Released

    If youre using the older RSAT tools for Windows 7 Beta, dont use them on the RC. Use the new ones! All your favourites are there: RSAT Client is the collection of Windows Server management tools which enable IT professionals to manage their Windows Server infrastructure from their PCs running Windows...
  • Blog Post: Zune DRM misbehaving

    So Ive been furiously reinstalling all my machines to Windows 7 RTM (one of the perks of being in a Windows feature team :) ). Today one of my machines had a nasty issue with Zune after I had my PC count reset (I have three machines I wanted to run RTM on so I had to get my three PC limit reset to...
  • Blog Post: Whats new in Windows 7 Group Policy

    Awhile ago Andrew Dugdell from the Brisbane Infrastructure Group (BIG) and I discussed the idea about me presenting to their user group on Windows 7 GP changes and what you need to do to get ready for Windows 7. At the time I thought it might be a really good idea for me to be able to rehearse my TechEd...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 compatibility with Printers (in this case the HP CM1312nfi MFP)

    One of the joys of moving to the US from Australia is the abundance of cheaper electronic equipment. I had always wanted to get a colour laser printer for the family, so when the opportunity came up to buy one here for under $400 I jumped at it. Apart from the obvious benefits of the printed images being...
  • Blog Post: Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset and BitLocker: Discussions on Encryption

    A customer recently commented to us: "Why would I use BitLocker when tools like DaRT and COFEE can easily decrypt it?" First up lets set the scene what BitLocker is all about (again) and then discuss if DaRT (or COFEE for that matter) compromises its intent. BitLocker focuses on two things. Full...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 country specific themes – how to add more

    One nice new feature that I like a lot is the country specific theming. You’ll notice here that I am using United States. This is because I’ve got all my options set to en-US and so it uses the country theming for the US. I hear you saying it already….but I don’t want just the US! A careful...
  • Blog Post: On demand demos of Dynamic Memory and RemoteFX now live

    As I mentioned earlier in the day, today we discussed two new features for Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 which are Dynamic Memory and RemoteFX. The on demand webcast has just been posted live and has demos of both of these. While it would be great for you to watch the whole thing, as theres some pretty...