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 week’s roundup of Windows Server/System Center MVP blogs. MVPs are highlighting the new patch rollup for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, the new Knowledge Base articles about STOP errors related to Hyper-V on WS08 R2, and new application compatibility information for that platform.

It’s also a good week for how-to. MVPs have resources to help you add hotfixes to WSUS, how to use the assessment and deployment toolkit, and how to add drivers to a Windows Server 2012 ISO image. If you like to engage with and learn from your peers to help you learn more about Windows Server or System Center, check out the free VDI seminar in Dublin, the Q&A from a recent Webinar on System Center SP1, and the roundup of all Configuration Manager sessions at MMS.

Finally: find out why one MVP says you can’t (correctly) measure IOPS for VMs.

Best,

Christa

Cluster

Robert Smit

Directory Services

Leonardo Ponti 

Roberto di Lello

Hyper-V

Aidan Finn

Thomas Maurer

Remote Desktop Services

Freek Berson

Small Business Server

Amy Babinchak

System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

Marnix Wolf

Michel Kamp

Silvio de Benedetto

System Center Configuration Manager

Peter Daallmans

Other

Helge Klein