Monthly Archives: January 2008

New solution accelerators

MS has released three new interesting solution accelerators: New Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) Foundation Certification Microsoft Deployment for Desktops and Servers Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides for Virtualization

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I love these two web casts..

Knowing the Enemy – A lightning demonstration on how hackers attack networkshttp://www.microsoft.com/emea/spotlight/sessionh.aspx?videoid=351 Steve Riley – The Fortified Data Center in Your Future- Build It Now and They Will Comehttp://www.microsoft.com/emea/spotlight/sessionh.aspx?videoid=530

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VHD mount

If you use VHD’s a lot and want to modify them without booting them up or maybe just need to read into a Vista backup VHD, then do the following. (if you have VirtualServer installed the skip step 1 and … Continue reading

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HP Server registers two adresses in DNS eventough server has only one adress

Today i came across a strange situation. One of our servers registered two adresses in DNS but did i do an IP-config i could see that only one adress was there. I finally thought of that the server had been … Continue reading

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Hyper-V Host Clustering

If you haven’t seen this one yet – Robert Larson has done an excellent post on how to configure Hyper-V Clustering: http://blogs.technet.com/roblarson/archive/2007/12/17/building-a-host-cluster-with-hyper-v-beta-1.aspx

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How to install Hyper-V in a Server Core configuration

I have put together at few articles (mainly from Ben) into this one which describes how to install Hyper-V on a Server Core configuration: Make sure that your hardware fullfill these requirements: A x64-based processor, hardware-assisted virtualization (AMD-V or Intel … Continue reading

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