Better Networking, More Net Gains: How Windows Server 2012 Can Be Your Director of Protocol(s)
Whether on the wire or across the airwaves, you'll find a lot to like in how Windows Server 2012 helps you shuffle the bits around. Popular but expensive network tools like teamed NICs become downright cheap, DHCP gets one-click failover clustering (really!), a new IP address manager lets you track the IP addresses that your users work from, and DNSSEC finally becomes easy. But that's not all. IP networking's now covered from a command-line perspective, as is just about everything networking-related, with a pile of new PowerShell commands. In fact, you can glue together about seven of the new PowerShell commands and get a new-and-improved IPCONFIG, as you'll see in this session. Find out what REALLY works in this clear examination of Windows 8 networking.
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