Managing Your SMB-IT Without Server

You have a small business.  You have been running Windows Small Business Server 2003 for six years, and you know that it is time to retire it.  The question is, what should replace it? Before you make any definitive decisions, why not review what you need your server to do: File Server Mail Server Internet... Continue Reading →

Hyper-V on the Client: How to install the hypervisor on Windows 8

For four years people have known me as the Hyper-V guy, and of course my interest in Microsoft virtualization dates back to 2004.  However I am also known as a Windows client guy – my MVP Award category is Windows Expert (IT Pro).  So what could be better than combining the two?  Microsoft has given... Continue Reading →

Creating a Multi-OS Environment with Boot from VHD

I spend a lot of time demonstrating different technologies for different audiences.  Because of that I often need to use different operating systems and rather than take along several machines (which I often have to do anyways, but for other reasons) I have taken to configuring my laptop (currently an HP EliteBook 2740p) in a... Continue Reading →

The ultimate guide to Sysinternals!

If you are like me, you rely on Sysinternals tools every day to do your job. For years it has been relatively unsupported, but today Mark Russinovich and Aaron Margosis have announced that their new book, Windows Sysinternals Administrator's Reference, has been released! Read all about it on Mark's blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/markrussinovich/archive/2011/07/18/3439288.aspx. Don't miss it!

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