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July, 2006

  • Virtual Machines, Real Interoperability

    More progress on the virtualizaton front. Today we announced an agreement with XenSource to co-develop technology that will optimize how Xen-enabled guests will run on Windows Server virtualization. That means customers will be able to consolidate Linux...
  • News from Bean Town

    Lots-o-news coming out of the World Wide Partner Conference in Boston this week. VP Andy Lees, who oversees marketing for the Server and Tools Division, spoke this morning and made a number of announcements. Two Windows Server news items to note: ...
  • Windows Server "Longhorn" Nugget #2

    I set out on a mission a couple of months ago to post more about under-the-radar features in Windows Server "Longhorn"......there are a lot. So I was messing around with some DNS settings earlier today.....as I needed to setup some conditional forwarders...
  • Other Rejected Longhorn Server Names

    As a follow-up to my last post regarding the official name of Windows Server code name "Longhorn", I thought it might be interesting for people to see some other names that have been touted during our brainstorming meetings, but that will never see the...