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Containers in Windows Server, Hyper-V and Azure – with Mark Russinovich

Welcome to Microsoft Mechanics. Coming up on the show If you are in IT and want to understand more about the design and architecture of containers and how you can use them? I am joined by Mark Russinovich to take a look at the latest in containerization and your options. We’ll review what containers are […]

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Windows Server 2016 Essentials – Azure Backup Integration Demo

(lively music) – Hi everyone, welcome to another episode of O-E-M TV, I’m Eric Mills with Microsoft. I do Windows Server marketing, and in this video you’re going to see a demo of Azure Backup from within Windows Server Essentials edition. As you know the Essentials edition is for customers that have fewer than 25 […]

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Understanding Windows Server Client Access Licenses (CALs)

Stay current with license compliance and regulations with Client Access Licenses, or CALs. CALs are used in conjunction with Microsoft Windows Server software licenses to grant access to Microsoft Windows Server software and let users or devices utilize the solutions. They are available in packs of 1, 5, 10, or 50 at the time of […]

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Windows Server 2016 Essentials Integration with Microsoft Intune – Demo

(upbeat music) – Hi, everyone. Welcome to another episode of OEMTV. I’m Eric Mills with Microsoft. I do windows server marketing here, and in this video you’re going to see a demo of the Essentials Intune Integration. And when I say Essentials, I mean the Windows Server Essentials Edition with Intune. In the video Ken […]

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Clustering and High Availability with Windows Server 2016

With ThinPrint’s new version 11 we are bringing back a feature that a lot of IT specialists have missed in the last couple of years. That is the ability for failover and to have highly available servers in your environment. When ThinPrint distributes your print queues to your users wherever they are working, they are […]

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Deep dive on Windows Server 2019 updates

(electronic music) – Coming up, we look at the upcoming Windows Server 2019, from major advances in managing hyper-converged infrastructure, support for storage class memory, as well as deduplication coming to ReFS, new hybrid integration between Windows Server data center and Azure with the Windows Admin Center. The security enhancements including support for Linux, shielded […]

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Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019 Core Based Licensing Explained!

Retain economic control over IT licensing for your business with Windows Server 2016 core based licensing. Core based licensing was introduced with Windows Server 2016 to better enable multi cloud environments, improve workload portability for Windows Server. and help remove friction across different licensing models. Built to let you use what you need, and pay […]

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Upgrade Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) from Windows Server 2016 to Windows Server 2019 – Part 1

Welcome to this video about how to upgrade from 2016 to 2019 we are working with a lab system so the risk is not so high. as always my name is Jan Mortensen and I will take you through this let’s say step by step guide and first of all we connect to my lab […]

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Getting Started with Azure Backup: Protect Windows Server with MARS Agent

Hello everyone, I am Swati Sachdeva from Microsoft Azure Backup Product team. In this video, you will learn how to backup your Windows Server to Azure using the Microsoft Azure Recovery Services agent, also referred to as the MARS agent. MARS agent can backup your files as well as the system state directly to Azure, […]

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Windows Server 1709 – Everything you need to know in 10 minutes

Coming up on the show we take a look at the evolution of Windows Server. From the new semi-annual channel release cadence, starting with version 1709 and advances for nano server for containers. To native support for Linux containers and workloads on Windows Server. And a first look at the new html5 based admin experience […]

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