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  • Windows Server 2012 and its hardware requirements

    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 th... 

  • Evaluating hardware for Windows Server 2008 R2

    You might think selecting the right system to run Windows Server 2008 R2 would focus largely on price/performance factors. While these factors are high on the list, there are other key considerations. In this handbook, we explore hardware considerati... 

  • Five quick links: Tips on Windows Server hardware comparison, selection

    In the market for new server hardware? Get tips on Windows Server 2008 R2 hardware selection and considerations in this fast guide. 

  • PowerShell Community Extensions and PowerShell Plus

    Both PowerShell Community Extensions and PowerShell Plus are important additions to your Windows PowerShell environment. In this excerpt from "Essential PowerShell" you'll learn how to download and install both, as well as the process of testing and ... 

  • Getting familiar with 64-bit technology

    In this webcast, systems software engineer Gary Olsen provides a detailed introduction to 64-bit technology. Here you'll learn about the key memory issues involved with 64-bit, as well as the decision points to be aware of when looking at X64, X86 an... 

  • Step 7: Configuring the quarantine policy

    Windows Server 2003's Network Access Quarantine Control (NAQC) prevents remote users from connecting to your network with machines that aren't secure. 

  • Step 1: Learn how it works

    Windows Server 2003's Network Access Quarantine Control (NAQC) prevents remote users from connecting to your network with machines that aren't secure. 

  • Windows Server Undocumented Solutions: Chapter 6, 'Server management'

    This chapter digs into the meaty parts of server management. Get the inside scoop on pain-free backups, undocumented preventative maintenance procedures and nifty policy strategies. As a bonus, you get some interesting tips on how to deal with migrat... 

  • SearchSecurity.com's Web Security School

    Welcome to SearchSecurity.com's free Web Security School. Learn how to harden a Web server and apply countermeasures to prevent hackers from wreaking havoc with your Web site. Guest instructor Michael Cobb, author of IIS Security, guides you t... 

  • Designing a permission structure for directory service objects

    Get best practices for assigning permissions to Active Directory objects in this excerpt from MCSE Exam Cram 2 book "Designing security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network." 

  • USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed USB)

    USB 3.0, also known as SuperSpeed USB, is the next major revision of the Universal Serial Bus (USB). 

  • Server Core

    Server Core is a bare-bones installation option for computers running the Windows Server 2008 operating system. The installation results in a server environment that is easy to manage and maintain but offers less functionality than more complex optio... 

  • master file table (MFT)

    The master file table (MFT) is a database in which information about every file and directory on an NT File System (NTFS) volume is stored... (Continued) 

  • Accelerated Hub Architecture (AHA) (or Intel Hub Architecture)

    Accelerated Hub Architecture (AHA) (also called Intel Hub Architecture) is an Intel 800-series chipset design that uses a dedicated bus to transfer data between the two main processor chips instead of using the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI)... 

  • The Windows Report -- Analyzing the IT job market

    In the September edition of The Windows Report, we take a look at Microsoft's certification roadmap, and Kevin Beaver calls in to discuss the current state of the IT job market, with tips on how to find a new job in IT (or keep the one you have).

About Server Hardware for Windows

Choosing the right server hardware – and when to replace it – is an important part of any Windows system administrator's job. Tips here cover topics such as the implication of multi-core processors for Windows and how (and why) to run Windows Server 2008 on a laptop, while articles cover technical angles such as how CPU caching speeds up processor performance.