10 Hot Topics Every IT Admin Needs to Know about Windows Server 2008 R2

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Windows Server 2008 R2 is an awesome operating system and the real benefits are for the IT administrator. Join Matt Hester and Chris Henley, authors of "Windows Server 2008 R2 Administrators Instant Reference" as they cover the ten hottest topics in the world of Windows Server 2008 R2 from the IT admin's perspective. Ever hear of Windows Core protocol? You will! How are your Hyper-V skills? We'll make them better! Ever used the graphical interface from PowerShell? We’ll show you how! What happened to Terminal services? Why is Remote Desktop so much better? We’ll show you! If you’re an IT administrator you don’t want to miss this session!

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      Marco Tulio

      http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/Europe/2010/WSV201

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      chacky42

      Me gusta Windows-Tech.ed .

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      TheKhan

      Typical, can't watch in Firefox without installing all kinds of plugins.

      Why not just use available standard stuff?

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      VamaruFX

      10 Hot topics are actually 9???

      Who make the count on this an Engineer, cientist, etc?

      I get here looking for a better understanding of an operating system I've already bought, but it doesn't seem to be focused on other thing to speak faster and excited to let you know the impressive things Server 2003 already did before.

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      chuchat

      After installed windows it asking password and then i put password it cancle i cannot start windows and restart only.How to do?

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      lacir

      presisa traduçao p outros idiomas

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