Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 Overview
Released in September 2012, Windows Server 2012 is the most fully featured version of the Windows Server product family ever released. Noteworthy new features include significant upgrades to Hyper-V virtualization technology, PowerShell, storage pools and spaces, a Resilient File System (ReFS), and improved support for private and public cloud services.
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Recent Windows Server 2012 Articles
Still can't decide if you should upgrade to Windows Server 2012 R2? Aidan Finn serves up five reasons why you should upgrade to Microsoft's latest server OS.
Learn how to manage servers using Server Manager in Windows 8.1 in this how-to article by Petri IT Knowledgebase Contributing Editor Russell Smith.
Having performance issues? You may be impacted by the Windows Server 2012 Automatic Maintenance functionality. Learn how to troubleshoot in Daniel Petri's
Windows Server 2012 R2 introduced a lot of new storage features, and Microsoft MVP Aidan Finn introduces us to Dynamic Quorum in this helpful introductory
It's a Windows Server 2012 switcheroo! Learn to switch between the GUI and server core in this helpful how-to by Jeff Hicks.
Sometimes things go wrong with disks or volumes: it's practically the Saga of the Sysadmin. Learn to perform disk repair with Powershell cmdlets in Windows 2012
Looking for a faster way to navigate the new interface in Windows Server 2012? Check out this helpful list of Windows Server 2012 keyboard commands and
While the jury may still be out on Windows 8 in the enterprise, there are plenty of useful features in Windows Server 2012 for IT admins.
What do you do with a brand new Windows Server 2012 install? Let PowerShell MVP, Jeff Hicks, show you his "first five fixes" for a new Windows Server 2012 build