Free TechNet Webcast Series – Private Cloud kicks off today!
Run a user group? With funding and sponsors a constant challenge, you’re probably always on the lookout for things to help you make your meetings a success. Here are a few ways you can get additional support for your group and for your events.
Virtualization Deep Dive Day 2012 for IT Professionals
Several Ways to Enable the Hyper-V Role…
Bios Requirements for Enabling Hyper-V. Short video to show exactly where you might find these settings.
Have you ever wanted to share your corporate calendar or email with someone outside your organization and found it is not so easy to do. Well, you can do some really cool things by synchronizing your calendar or other parts of outlook with Office.com. Office 2010 ROCKS!!!!
Resources: http://explore.live.com/windows-live-outlook-hotmail-connector-pack Manage all your email accounts with ease – From Inside Outlook!
Free TechNet Webcast – Career Progression: Getting Ready for the Cloud on 1/18/2012 1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 AM PST. You will NOT want to miss this…
In Windows Server 2008 R2, in addition to the Dism.exe command, you can use the Server Configuration tool (Sconfig.cmd) to configure and manage several common aspects of Server Core installations. You must be a member of the Administrators group to use the tool.
If you are anywhere near Alpharetta, GA (outside Atlanta) or can be there on Jan 18th you need to check out the IT Camp…
70-659 Certification Series – 1.1 Installing and Configuring Host and Parent Settings: Hyper-V Role
70-659 Certification Series
I have seen a lot about complicated searches but nothing explaining my problem. I have a lot of files with names containing the string 2.6 but Windows Search will not find any of them. What is the problem.
Opened the TechNet Flash in my email today and what did I see? I great opportunity that I had to share…
TechNet Video: Live! IT Time: Private Cloud Chat (Episode 2)
Even Better… We are planning on providing this service to you ongoing. Watch my blog for details and schedule of upcoming chats
To look at what is on the machine click Start– and type in the path to the assembly folder which is C:windowsassembly and press ENTER.
It is super simple to launch IE from a command prompt. But hey, if you do not know how, it may not be so easy to find. Went looking online for the answer and was surprised it was not a well documented process. So here is the process.