For our monthly feature, we take a look at the content most popular with our readers and round it up to share with you.
To close out 2014, Windows Server admins wanted to be updated on the latest Patch Tuesday updates and how to prepare for Windows Server 2003’s end of life.
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Critical Patch Tuesday fixes for Office, IE
The last security fixes of 2014 involved seven Patch Tuesday updates, including critical updates for Internet Explorer, VBScript and Office. Important updates were rolled out for a graphics component and Exchange.
Three questions for a Windows Server 2003 migration
As support for Windows Server 2003 draws to a close, organizations still running the server must face the inevitable upgrade. These three questions can help you ensure a successful and seamless transition.
Windows Server 2003 upgrade mistakes to avoid
It’s important to know the risks that come with moving off of Windows Server 2003. By properly researching and planning out every step of the migration, admins can greatly increase their chance of success.
Google and Windows Server become unlikely bedfellows
Microsoft watchers were curious to learn more about Google’s move to have its Compute Engine cloud platform support Windows Server 2008 R2 for a few reasons, including how Google’s public cloud space position changes.
The top Windows Server tips of the year
Windows Server readers were curious about many things in 2014, but their curiosity about Windows Server 2003 migrations, work folders and Microsoft’s new CEO led to the most-read content of the year.
What Windows Server content helped you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SearchWinServer.