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Should Windows Server 2008 Users Migrate to Azure Cloud or Upgrade to Windows Server 2019?

20,000,000 Servers worldwide are still running Windows Server 2008, and there’s a deadline that’s getting dangerously close. Support ends for Windows Server 2008 on January 14th 2020. So customers are facing some big decisions and weighing the various options. Option #1: Do nothing. Delete every email from Microsoft. That’s tempting, but not wise. 3rd Party […]

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Google Stadia wants to be the Netflix of gaming

– So now we are focused on our next big effort, which is to build a game platform for everyone. – Google, this week, announced a bold vision for the future of gaming. It’s a cloud gaming platform called Stadia and it’s the culmination of years of work the company has been doing around networking […]

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Implementing Failover Cluster on Windows Server 2019 – Part1

welcome to a new episode about Implementing on Failover Clustering on Windows Server 2019 Let’s get started So, let’s talk a little about Failover Clustering, I could say the most interesting part of Windows Administration because it has a role to maintain high availability of applications and services and this kind of configuration is still […]

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How to create a virtual machine in Azure | Azure Portal Series

Leon Welicki: Hey, there. Thank you very much for joining us in this Azure How-To video. Today, we learn how to quickly and in a few minutes create a virtual machine using the Azure portal. And for that, we have the awesome Jerry Steele with us that’s going to show us how to do that. […]

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HPE Windows Server Core Licensing Calculator: Demo

Hello. Welcome to the Coffee Coaching video series. Today, we’re going to walk through the HPE Windows Server 2016 Core Licensing Calculator, a useful, and easy to use, tool that can help you retain economic control for IT licensing for your business. Core-Based Licensing was introduced with Windows Server 2016 to better enable cloud environments, […]

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Lab 1 – 20410 part 2: Deploying Windows Server 2012

in this section we’re going to take a look at how to configure a server that’s been set up in Server Core mode so here there is no server manager the Explorer and the applications have been hidden away, we have to use a command prompt configuration tool called sconfig. Server configuration tool is open […]

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Windows Server software-defined networking | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>I am Greg Cusanza. I’m a Principal Program Manager Lead on the Networking Team, and I work on Windows Server in particular. Today I’m going to be talking about software defined networking in Windows Server. I’m really excited to talk about all the new things that we’ve shipped in 2019. So let’s get started. So […]

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Windows Server 2008: winload.exe is missing or corrupt (ENG / ESP / SVK)

So this is the first part of the “Recovering the server” series. Today I’m going to show you how to solve this error: winload is missing or corrupt Insert the Windows installation disc and Restart your server Press next Click On Repair your computer Open the console It can happen that this command will fail […]

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How to modernize Windows Server apps with Remote Desktop Services | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Hi. I’m Jon Federico, I’m in Windows Server on Azure Product Marketing here at Microsoft and I’m responsible for Remote Desktop Services and Windows Virtual Desktop. Today, we’re going to dive into a variety of topics around Remote Desktop Services or RDS. First, we will talk about what’s improved in the core product of RDS, […]

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Introducing SQL Server 2019 | Data Exposed

[MUSIC].>>Hey everyone. Welcome to this episode of data exposed. I’m Travis Wright, Group Product Manager for the SQL Server and Azure data engineering team at Microsoft. Today I’m excited to introduce to you a SQL Server 2019, the most recent released SQL Server. SQL Server is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. That’s quite awhile. […]

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