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Windows Server 2012: Hyper-V and new solutions for small and medium organizations | TechNet Video Jeff Woolsey gives an overview of a few of the new, low-cost solutions in Windows Server 2012 that are available with Hyper-V and related technologies. This short, impromptu discussion with a customer was taped at the Hyper-V booth during TechEd North America. More...

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NEC Programmable Flow SDN and Hyper-V transform private clouds | TechNet Video Similar to the transformation hypervisors brought with server virtualization, the network virtualization using the extension provided by Windows Server 2012 and NEC’s ProgrammableFlow and OpenFlow/SDN (Software Defined Networking) will benefit cloud enterprises dramatically – reducing costs, easing ... More...

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Hyper-V Cmdlets in Windows Server 8 Demo Hypert-V PM Eric Bahna demonstrates the new Hyper-V Windows PowerShell cmdlets in Windows Server 8. Read more about the Hyper-V cmdlets in Windows Server 8 at http:\\aka.ms/rwfx5m If you would like to run the demo yourself, the script is available for free at: http://aka.ms/sd4fra the script to conf... More...

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How to Update PowerShell 3.0 Help Microsoft Sr. Technical Writer Kim Ditto-Ehlert demonstrates in this 4 minute video how to get the most recent version of the Windows PowerShell 3.0 help files (including examples) from the web. This is particularly useful for Windows Server "8" Beta installations. More...

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