Christopher Palmer and Gerardo Diaz-Cuellar discuss network isolation and how metro-style apps declare the capabilities required to access network resources. This video snack covers the networking capabilities and appropriate user scenarios for each, debugging network isolation, and enabling…
This video demonstrates some of a great ways that Windows 8 is designed for mobility from instant reconnect to cost-aware networking. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012/01/20/engineering-windows-8-for-mobility.aspx
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It’s IT Time and in today’s episode, Blain Barton welcomes esteemed technical author, commentator and presenter Mark Minasi to the show. Tune in for this very entertaining presentation as they discuss DNS troubleshooting basics – from how it works, how to fix it and everything else in between. Click…
Leading up to the BUILD Conference, Brocade Vice President Jason Nolet, Data Center and Enterprise Networking discusses Brocade collaboration with Microsoft to ensure the OS and network together can deliver important new networking functionality in the virtualized cloud-based data center.
At the BUILD Conference, NEC Director of Business Development Don Clark discusses NEC's engineering collaboration with Microsoft on Windows Server 8, extending the Hyper-V switch and the NEC Programmable Flow controller.
At the BUILD Conference, Intel Corporation Mark Swearingen discusses Intel's engineering collaboration with Microsoft on Windows Server 8, highlighting the areas around power management, performance, virtualization, storage and networking.
Ever wonder how to use sockets or what they're good for? In this video, Peter Smith of the Silverlight networking team joins John to discuss these topics and demonstrate how sockets work by using them to play an "I Spy"-like game that Peter created. The game results and scores are updated…
One of the most frustrating aspects of setting up a printer is the need to download and install a huge driver file to get the device talking to your PC. I’m not sure just what the printer manufacturers are packing in there, but 100MB+ downloads aren’t the most fun when you simply want to print…