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Free Windows 2012 e-book

With Windows Server 2012 now in RC, Mitch Tulloch has released a free Windows Server 2012 e-book. It can be found here: Windows Server 2012 E-Book

TechNet Forums updated with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager topics

Well they are live. TechNet Forums now have System Center 2012 Configuration Manager topics. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/configurationmanager I’m sure the rest are not far behind. Getting really close to the official launch.

System Center 2012 has RTMed!!

While surfing the partner network I came across this little gem: Looks like System Center 2012 has RTMed. It is available for download on the MS Partner Network, if you are a member. Get it while its hot and have fun.

Windows Server 2008 exam updates

For those of you out there thinking of doing the Windows Server 2008 exam track, the exams have been updated with R2 content. What does this mean? Well if you have the old training kits, you might have to do some digging to familiarize yourself with  the changes. But not all hope is lost. MS […]

Virtualization Administrator Certification update

Microsoft Learning has updated the info for obtaining the Virtualization Administrator certification. Basically one needs to pass 3 exams. Below is the chart from the MSL Born to Learn website/post. Requirement Exam Status Desktop Virtualization 70-669: TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization In beta—live in May 2010 Server Virtualization (choose one) 70-652: TS: Windows […]

MDOP 2010 Refresh Released

Looks like MDOP 2010 has been released with a refresh on April 1. MED-V 1.0 SP1 RTM has been added and now fully supports Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit hosts. The server components now support being run on Windows Server 2008 R2. APP-V 4.6 has localized client versions and supports additional languages. Only down side: […]

Mentoring Moments

As of this post, I am a part time student while looking to get back into the workforce. Just something to do to keep busy. I run into a lot of 1st year IT students while I’m there. I try and start conversations with them and see how they like their program and the courses […]

What’s in your toolkit?

Well this will be my first post for my blog. I have always wondered what other IT pros have up their sleeves, or in this case, in their toolkits. I keep my toolkit on CD/DVDs and USB flash drives personally.   On Flash drives I have: – all of the current Microsoft Solution Accelerators (and […]