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Oct 16

With Windows Server 2012 R2 Launch coming this week, where are all the free resources? Here is what I already know about…

With Windows Server 2012 R2 Launch coming this week, where are all the free resources? Here is what I already know about… Get Started Now with Windows Server 2012 R2… with these FREE options!Build Your Lab! Download Windows Server 2012 … Continue reading

Oct 16

Free Poster – Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Component Architecture

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Oct 12

Get started as an "Early Expert" on Windows Server 2012 R2 with this FREE eBook!

Research has shown that approximately 65% to 70% of organizations today have more than one hypervisor deployed. This presents a large opportunity for IT Professionals to increase their technical differentiation and value in the IT marketplace by supporting multiple hypervisors. … Continue reading

Mar 25

Introducing Windows 8- An Overview for IT Professionals FREE ebook from Microsoft Press

PDF Introducing Windows 8- An Overview for IT Professionals – PDF ebook Mobi Introducing Windows 8-An Overview for IT Professionals – Mobi format for Kindle ePub Introducing Windows 8-An Overview for IT Professionals – ePub format ———- This week, we … Continue reading

Jun 22

Free Technology Training from TechEd NA 2012 Available NOW

TechNet 2012 – North America has wrapped and what a great show it was.  I was able to attend but had to work so I did not get the opportunity to sit in on many sessions.  However, now I am … Continue reading

Mar 09

How To Modify Timeout, Change Default or Delete Boot Menu Item From Windows 7 or Later Using MSConfig To Modify Boot Configuration Data

Change Default Selection and Timeout Using MSConfig 1)      Start | type msconfig | Press <ENTER> 2)      Click on the Boot tab 3)      Click to select the option you want to set as default 4)      Click the Set as Default Button … Continue reading