Several Ways to Enable the Hyper-V Role… Command Line: DISM /online /enable-feature /featurename:Microsoft-Hyper-V Startup ocsetup Microsoft-Hyper-V PowerShell: Add-WindowsFeature Hyper-V GUI: Start – Server Manager – Add Role – Hyper-V
Step 1: Part 1 – Build a Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Cloud Foundation Test Lab in Less Than an Hour (includes sysprep images) You should have your server up and running. Step 2: Install your network drivers. If you need help with the network driver see: Network Trashed on […]
Overview: In this series we will teach you how to setup a cleanly installed Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 machine to run Hyper-V. We will create a new virtual machine and make that machine a domain controller. Then we will make the host a member of the newly created domain. […]
Windows Server® is the leading server operating system that powers many of the worlds’ largest datacenters, enables small businesses around the world, and delivers value to organizations of all sizes in between. Building on this legacy, Windows Server “8” delivers hundreds of new features and enhancements for transforming virtualization and […]
To successfully face the IT challenges of today and tomorrow, we know we need to understand the cloud. However with so much fluff it is hard to decipher what is important. Get your questions answered by the Cloud Experts! You will learn where to spend your time learning and what […]
Today is a big day for the Windows team. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain a few moments ago, we unveiled the Windows 8 Consumer Preview to our partners and press. Based on a broad range of feedback, we have made over 100,000 code changes and the Consumer Preview […]
Private Cloud is the future of IT, and the future is now. Spend the day at our IT Camp and learn about Microsoft’s virtualization solution, Hyper-V, the first step on your path to mastering Private Cloud. You’ll embark on an interactive journey as you learn the foundation of cloud services, […]
The buzz with the cloud is it is that the Cloud is going to be huge. Much, much bigger than virtualization is/was. One has to say “Come On, this must just be marketing hyper right?”. With this in mind, the ITProGuru set out to prove or disprove the “real” viability […]
When a row of data in a worksheet is very wide and requires repeated horizontal scrolling, consider using a data form to add, edit, find, and delete rows. Learn about data forms A data form provides a convenient means to enter or display one complete row of information in a […]
VDX Drive Down Data Center Costs With Hyper-V And System Center Management High quality, high availability, simple to use and full virtual and physical management at a fraction of the cost of the alternatives. That is what you get with Hyper-V and System Center. In this session, we will look […]
This is cool. Microsoft is willing to PAY you to try some software and learn some stuff. And you could also win a very slick laptop in the process. “Huh? Seriously?” Well.. in a sense. We’re announcing today an opportunity for a limited (roughly 5,000) number of people to […]
Please join Virtual Dynamix with guest speaker Dan Stolts, IT Pro, Microsoft Evangelist on February 17, 2012 at 10:00am in the Microsoft Office in Waltham to learn how we have helped businesses create flexible environments for both the datacenter and desktop. We enable your users while driving down cost. VDX […]
The Auto-Play features are changed in Control Panel
Deep Dive Day 2012 is Saturday March 10th!
I was looking for a really good and thorough post on network configuration via PowerShell and could not find what I was looking for. There were many out there but none of them gave me the complete story. DNS is a bit more complicated so they left off DNS . […]
This topic explains how to enable scripting in Windows PowerShell, which script extensions are used in Windows PowerShell, how to enable running PowerShell scripts, how to create a script and how run a script.
To run any application with elevated privileges (as Administrator) simply right-click on that program from the menu and select Run as Administrator. An example of this would be if you wanted to run a PowerShell window with elevated permissions just click Start then type PowerShell then Right-Click on PowerShell icon […]
To run the PowerShell window with elevated permissions just click Start then type PowerShell then Right-Click on PowerShell icon and select Run as Administrator.