Category Archives: Microsoft

Continuous updates expansion

Microsoft has announced a continuous updates expansion at Ignite Windows 10 was always going to be continually updated rather than new versions introduced. This year Windows Server 2016 joined the party when it was announced that there would be twice … Continue reading

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MVP renewal 2012

My MVP award was renewed for another year today. Thank you to Microsoft for bestowing the honour for the fifth year and thank you to all of the people who’ve helped me gain this award by posting questions, reading my … Continue reading

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Windows 8 and PowerShell 3 betas

If you haven’t already heard there are new toys available Windows 8 beta is available from Windows Server 8 beta is available from   Most importantly PowerShell v3 beta is from Windows Management Framework 3.0 makes some … Continue reading

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System Center engineering blogs

The System Center family of products is getting a big make over in the 2012 release.  The team blogs have just been rebranded to reflect this System Center: Service Manager System Center: Operations Manager System Center: Virtual Machine Manager System … Continue reading

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Visio Stencils

If you are looking for Visio stencils – especially of a technical nature – check out Visio cafe – –

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SC Virtual Machine Manager

Spent the last two evenings trying to install and configure SC VMM.  Total failure.  Kept getting an error about not being able to connect to the agent on the host – this is after the initial failure of trying to … Continue reading

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Office 2010

Office 2010 recently went RTM and is now available fro download from MSDN/TechNet.  Downloaded and installed without a problem.  I removed the beta versions – having remembered to export my auto correct entries.  Install went smooth and import the auto … Continue reading

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