Microsoft ends mainstream support for SMS 2003
Systems Management Server 2003, arguably Microsoft's most popular systems management software, is moving toward the end of its support lifecycle.
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Microsoft's VECD is mandatory for Windows virtualization
Microsoft requires Virtual Enterprise Centralized Desktop in addition to its base OS license. If you want to virtualize Windows desktops, be aware of VECD's uses and gotchas.
Built-in Active Directory backup feature falls short
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A look at Exchange 2010 benefits and troubles
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Service Manager will launch with automation software
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