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  • Blog Post: SBS myths dispelled...by "Tom"

    In the course of talking to many Microsoft partners and customers, the Windows Small Business Server team has learned that there are sometimes misperceptions about the product, in many cases based on experiences with the earlier versions of SBS. In hopes of dispelling some of these "myths," the team...
  • Blog Post: Forum for DHCP/ RRAS/ NPS/ DNS Discussion.

    Good news! We have now created a forum for discussions on Microsoft Networking Servers . This forum will help you get in touch with technology experts who are super excited to respond to all your queries at the earliest. Multiple new features e.g. DHCP Ipv6 Stateful Server and SSTP are coming your...
  • Blog Post: Server Core: Best Practice for Applications on Windows Server

    I have been talking with a number of customers, CSOs, CIOs and industry professionals over the past few weeks and I realized that the availability and benefits of using the Server Core option of Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 was not as widely known as I think it should be. Windows Server...
  • Blog Post: Check out the enhanced Migration Solution for Windows Server 2008 R2!

    Have you heard the great buzz about Windows Server 2008 R2? If you’re eager to find out how to migrate your existing servers to this new platform, check out the Windows Server TechCenter Migration Portal for Windows Server 2008 R2. This one-stop-shop for existing and new migration resources can help...
  • Blog Post: Essential Business Server at Convergence

    Lots happening in Orlando at Convergence 2008 - the Microsoft Dynamics users' conference. Steve Ballmer and vice president Kirill Tatarinov are speaking and the Dynamics team is making a number of announcements , including a partnership with EDS to extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployments, a preview...
  • Blog Post: Windows DNS Server's RPC interface

    If you aren't already aware from press articles or the Microsoft Security Advisory , there are reports of an attack exploiting a vulnerability in the DNS Server Service in Windows 2000 Server SP4, Windows Server 2003 SP1, and Windows Server 2003 SP2. The attack could allow remote code execution. Folks...