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Why rücksichtlos disabling IPv6 is a bad idea
Since Windows Vista, Microsoft has bundled and enabled IPv6 by default. This means Windows Vista, Windows 7 Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 (and all their derivate SKUs like Small Business Server) out of the box talk IPv6. Note: Server Core Read More...
Active Directory Feature Requirements
Microsoft has included numerous features in Active Directory the last couple of years. Also, more and more technologies in products like Exchange Server, SharePoint Server and the Windows client (Windows Vista, Windows 7) have an Active Directory opt-in Read More...
SYSVOL FRS to DFS-R Migration Guide available
Microsoft has published a document titled “SYSVOL Replication Migration Guide: FRS to DFS Replication” to the Download server today. The 52-page 416KB weighing document outlines how to get from using File Replication Service (FRS) replication to Distributed Read More...
Community Solutions at the KnowledgeBase
I really like the Community Solutions articles in the Microsoft KnowledgeBase , written by Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVP's) . They are insightful, at times slightly ironic and sarcastic and sometimes they make me laugh and almost wet my pants. Read More...
Using Service Pack 1 as a marker
Microsoft today sent an e-mail today to Technology Adaptation Partner (TAP) testers announcing to release ServicePack 1 for Windows Vista in the second half of 2007 (H2 2007) to collide with the launch of Microsoft Windows Server codename "Longhorn". Read More...
Don't get stuck with SUS
As some of you might already have read Microsoft will stop delivering updates to SUS servers on wednesday December 6, 2006 This effectively gives it's administrators exactly six days to get their act together for patch tuesday on December 12, 2006. Read More...