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Serdar Yegulalp
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The expanded capabilities of Windows Server 2012 are proving attractive to enterprise IT decision makers. This ATB guide chapter will provide those decision makers with detailed information about what hardware they’ll need in place to proceed with the upgrade and ensure proper compatibility. Also included will be a discussion of Windows Server 2012’s features and functionality (such as new clustering capabilities and increased virtual machine density). The guide will advise readers on common oversights to avoid and how to employ best practices to make product selection and implementation successful.  Access >>>

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