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Today’s launch of Windows Server 2012 puts a spotlight on the transformational shift underway across the entire IT ecosystem. This transformation is being driven by an exponential growth of devices used for smarter, more personalized applications, which in turn create an explosion of data and the need for more computing power. It is a world of connected devices and continuous services, and it’s all powered by servers.
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Can we please get RSAT? I didn't want to launch a GUI windows server 2012. But, I may have no choice.
When can we expect to see the final versions of RSAT for win8/2012 and WMF 3.0?
I'm glad to see 2012 is finally here, hopefully Win8 RSAT isn't far behind.
and here we are 4 years later, and they still didn't fix the Remote Management problem with Hyper-v Server edition... Well done.
This seems like a pretty major oversite. We are testing the Server 2012 Print Server functionality and would like to use the Class 4 MS Drivers for our HP 4350s. Don't even start with suggesting to go use the HP UPD.
The MS Drivers perform really well and have functions for all of our paper trays, duplexer, etc., but the envelope feeder seems to be missing in action. We checked both the PCL 6 and PS driver and the envelope feeder is missing with no ability to add one. Are we missing something here?
If we go back to the Class 3 driver the option is available, but then we are forced to bring in drivers for x68 clients, etc.
Any input anybody can provide on this would be great!
Very Ncice, but I want know we can upgrade windows 2008 R2 to Server 2012 Free of cost
It will bring revolutin on server side
I am grateful that microsoft has given everyone the opportunity to get "up to speed" with the infrastructure requirements of our modern connected digital world.The blogs are very much helpful and super informative...thanks team.
@ThreadAbort and @Steve. It is live now
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We are looking forward to learning more about the 2012 Edition in our gifted server hosting company. When working with servers, one gets easily quite nerdy about stuff like that.
I'm as happy as you right now, Brian Wilhite :)