Learn how to get started quickly with Windows Containers and Docker with a little bit of help from Microsoft Azure.
Because Project Olympus hasn’t yet fallen, this edition of Short Takes looks at a Wikileaks tech leak, Microsoft’s ARM server initiative, Google’s major new offensive against Microsoft’s enterprise businesses, Slack competitors, and more.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Server to ARM-powered devices with the help of Qualcomm; this is Microsoft’s second big commitment to ARM in less than a year.
Learn about improvements to security auditing in Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10.
What is the difference between Dfs-R and Storage Replica in Windows Server 2016?
Install the RTM version of the Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10.
Learn how to reset Windows Server security to default settings.
Because there’s nothing quite like the bitter taste of Starbucks coffee, this edition of Short focuses largely on Microsoft’s quarterly financial results.
Learn how to create a new taskpad view in a Microsoft management console (MMC).
Aidan Finn and Mike Resseler discuss features and functionality available in Microsoft Nano Server.
Learn how to block DNS queries to malicious domains using DNS Policies in Windows Server 2016.
Docker Images are the transportable component of containers and provide a template that describes what each container looks like. There are two base Docker images provided by Microsoft, Windows Server 2016 Core and Nano, which can be used as a starting point for your containers.
Learn how to install and configure a Windows DHCP Server using PowerShell.