This week is a time to talk about most things virtual. Microsoft recently released it’s own P2V, i.e. Physical to Virtual Migration tool to assist with Windows 7 deployment, allowing you to P2V your old Windows XP environment into your new Windows 7 deployment, should you need to run a critical app that would only […]
Moving on from news about how great the rollups for Exchange 2007 post SP2 are, SP3 has hit the shelves with the biggest line item being that it adds support for Exchange 2007 running on Server 2008 R2. That’s not all though, while there are a number of changes I’m going to pick a few: […]
We’re having our next free Cape Town based event. This time round we’ll have a particular focus on OCS integration and Windows 7. What can OCS integrate with, well darn near anything. To prove the point Uwin’s going to demonstrate integration from two extreme’s – Asterisk and Exchange 2010. One you would to be totally […]
Looks like Christmas came early with the notice that these three products RTM’d (Release To Manufacture). That doesn’t mean that they’re available for download quite YET, but it does mean that you CAN start building much firmer plans this year as opposed to next year. TechNet, MSDN and Volume Licensing customers can expect to see […]
VHD support is built in at the OS level allowing you to mount/attach as well as boot from VHD files, however in this post I’m only going to be covering how to mount VHD files in Server 2008 R2. In order to mount a VHD file, start Server manager, navigate to the Storage node and […]
According to Long Zheng’s blog post on this topic we could be seeing native VHD support (mount, unmount, boot, etc) in the native OS, with rumours in the same post that this MAY spill over into Windows 7 when it releases dude to kernel similarities….
According to Mike Nash’s Blog post, were going to be seeing the next version of Windows called, wait for it, Windows 7. and while those of you who remember Windows 3 may want to snigger a bit, I’m a little confused – is it really the seventh version of Windows? I thought is was the […]
Yup, no jokes here. Windows 7 blog is up and it’s interactive. I spotted think on Bink this morning. Really interesting reading!