Learn how to add Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 Nano Server to an Active Directory domain using the Offline Domain Join (djoin) tool.
Microsoft’s Azure Stack brings the power of Azure to your local data center and the company will be releasing a technical preview of the software on Friday.
Russell Smith walks us through some quick steps on how to install Nano Server in Microsoft Azure with the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4.
The role of the GUI in Windows Server has been under attack. Aidan Finn explains why he and customers do not accept the dogma.
Read how Microsoft’s view and recommendations on hyper-convergence have changed over the last year with the evolution of Storage Spaces Direct (S2D).
Microsoft has announced details on Windows Server 2016 licensing, which includes a switch to a per-core licensing model.
Because every day without snow this winter is to be celebrated, this week’s other news includes a major Windows Server 2016 licensing change, “record” Xbox One sales over Black Friday, Samsung will finally pay Apple its blood money, activist investors circle Yahoo like sharks, and appeals panel will rule on net neutrality.
Aidan Finn shares his opinion on what it means for IT pros to adopt an infrastructure as code approach.
Learn how to deploy Windows Server Containers with direct network connectivity and DHCP-assigned IP addresses.
Learn and understand the reasoning behind Hyper-V Containers and how they work and differ from Windows Server Containers.
In this post, learn how to deploy a Windows Server Containers-based application and configure NAT networking and Windows Firewall rules.
Russell Smith dives into the Windows 2016 Technical Preview 4 release.
Learn how to perform administration inside of a Windows Server container, along with steps on creating a new container image in the repository.