Microsoft Windows Server Provisioning News
October 01, 2014
Microsoft is gearing up for another Windows Server release, with new features for Hyper-V and identity management. NAP is left behind.
November 30, 2009
Microsoft is closer to delivering System Center Service Manager, but after long delays, the company may have missed the boat.
February 08, 2008
With Ardence-derived Provisioning Server included in the latest version of XenServer, administrators can now stream OS images to virtual or physical machines.
November 29, 2007
Data centers shouldn't rush to upgrade to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 if they run Windows Server 2003, says Gartner analyst John Enck.
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After Windows Server Core failed to catch on, Microsoft may convince administrators with its next attempt for a more VM- and cloud-friendly Windows Server deployment. Continue Reading
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Nano Server, one of the key new Windows Server 2016 features, is a lightweight installation option designed to run in cloud instances and virtualized environments. Continue Reading
The graphical user interface delivers a familiar environment for many administrators, but it may not have much of a future. Continue Reading
Windows Nano Server offers many benefits over traditional Windows Server deployments, including the ability to run multiple instances on a single host. Continue Reading
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Microsoft Nano Server sheds the traditional Windows Server GUI which means some administrators will need to adapt to adopt this deployment model. Continue Reading
With the general release of Windows 10 drawing near, admins can choose from a bevy of tools to help install the new OS. Continue Reading
While some have been reluctant to accept Windows PowerShell as a vital management tool, new releases prove that Microsoft's command-line shell technology is here to stay. Continue Reading
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When determining the best commodity server OS for a data center, you have various Windows and Linux options. And they're anything but equal. Continue Reading
With the ease in which new virtual machines can go up these days, VM sprawl can quickly get out of hand without the proper provisioning standards in place. Continue Reading
Already popular among Windows admins, the Autoruns utility has been tweaked to further improve the process of troubleshooting software issues on slow or unresponsive systems. Continue Reading