Aidan Finn shows you why and how to use a new feature in Windows Server 2016 that is called Network Device Naming.
Aidan Finn shows you how to use the Windows Server iSCSI Initiator to create a network fault-tolerant connection to an iSCSI target by configuring MPIO.
Russell Smith takes a look at how Software Defined Networking in Windows Server 2016 can add a virtualization layer on top of your physical network hardware.
Aidan Finn and Mike Resseler discuss features and functionality available in Microsoft Nano Server.
Exchange 2016 CU3 is the first version to support Windows 2016 as a deployment platform. At least, it was. Microsoft has discovered a problem lurking deep in the bowels of Windows 2016 that causes Exchange 2016 CU3 to crash when deployed in a database availability group (DAG). IIS is tagged as the problem child, but it’s really not.
Windows has an unfixable security flaw. That’s the frightening conclusion of this researcher, who says he can inject code—at will—into browsers and other Windows apps. It affects all versions of Windows released in the past 16 years, he says. And it can’t be patched, without breaking legitimate desktop apps. It could be bad for containerized server workloads, too…
Microsoft has announced that the general availability of Windows Server 2016 will arrive in October and that it will include the Docker Engine to Windows Server 2016 customers at no additional cost.
In this edition of the Enterprise Agenda, it’s time to start preparing for the great migration to Windows Server 2016 and we have a guide to help you get started.
Microsoft announced this week that it will take the long-awaited step of moving two key client virtualization solutions—App-V and UE-V—from its Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) suite of utilities and bundle them for free with Windows 10 Enterprise and Education.
Learn all about new improvements to failover clustering in Windows Server 2016.
Learn about storage feature improvements in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Learn all about the new networking improvements in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Almost as if it didn’t even happen, Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 slipped out the door on April 27th. Russell Smith gives us an overview of what’s new in this release.