Migrating to IPv6 with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7

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That IPv6 has arrived is a fact. There is a lot of media coverage about IPv6. It’s time to take a serious look at IPv6, but do you really need to migrate? - Which steps are involved in the migration? What are the pitfalls? - Are Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7 ready for IPv6? - What do you need to do to make your internal network or IPv6 ready? - Are your applications and organization IPv6 ready? During this session we take a closer look at IPv6 migration. We will use Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and IIS as a demo application to show which steps you need to take to check the IPv6 readiness of an application server. After this session you want nothing else than IPv6!

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