Windows Server 2008 R2 Glossary - S
Updated: June 10, 2009
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
A manner of storing a virtual machine so that it can be quickly resumed, similar to a hibernated laptop. When you place a running virtual machine in a saved state, Virtual Server and Hyper-V stop the virtual machine, write the data that exists in memory to temporary files, and stop the consumption of system resources. Restoring a virtual machine from a saved state returns it to the same condition it was in when its state was saved.
In the Windows PowerShell programming language, a collection of statements or expressions that can be used as a single unit. A script block can accept arguments and return values.
A name that identifies a specific Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) wireless network. Also known as the wireless network name.
An object that contains a collection of Administrative template policy settings and their values, originally derived from a Group Policy object (GPO). You can use a Starter GPO to create a new GPO that has all of the same Administrative template policy settings and values.