For everyone asking when is the MCSA/MCSE Windows server 2019 coming out, here is the response from Microsoft! “We haven’t received any information if an MCSA: Windows Server 2019 certificate will be available since Microsoft is moving away from MCSA, MCSE and MCSD titles and focusing on role-based certifications. In the recent MVP Summit, I’ve… Read More When is the MCSA/MCSE Windows server 2019 coming out?
Introduction Storage Replica. This new feature in Windows Server 2016 enables replication—between servers or clusters that are in the same location or different sites—for disaster recovery. Storage Replica includes both synchronous and asynchronous replication for shorter or longer distance between sites. – Synchronous replication mirrors data within a low-latency network site with crash-consistent volumes… Read More How to configure Storage Replica With Windows Admin Center in Windows Server 2019
Since the release of Windows Server 2016 there are now two “tracks” of Windows Server: the Semi-Annual Channel (SAC), which puts out two releases a year (Server Core with no GUI) and the Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), which will come out every two to three years, just like Windows Server has for many years.… Read More What’s New in Hyper-V Windows Server 2019
If you get the message: “Virtual machines cannot be started until Windows hypervisor is running.” Check the Windows Server catalog to see if this server is qualified to run Hyper-V. Next, make sure the BIOS is enabled for hardware-assisted virtualization and hardware-enforced data execution prevention. Then, check the Hyper-V-Hypervisor event log. Caution Changing certain parameters… Read More Hypervisor not running
What is this about? Giving you a detailed view of everything you can do with Hyper-V in Windows Server Technical Preview It is not… A complete overview of everything that will be in the final release of Windows Server It is not… A end-to-end story about what Microsoft are working on Rolling Hyper-V Cluster Upgrade… Read More What’s New in Hyper-V in Technical Preview
The Export-StartLayout cmdlet exports the layout of the Start screen of the current user. You can export layout as an .xml file to verify the layout, or you can export layout as a .bin file to modify the layout of an existing Windows image. Specify the appropriate file name extension, .bin or .xml, in the name of… Read More Customize Windows 8.1 Start Screens by Using Group Policy
Client Hyper-V is the name for the virtualization technology that was introduced in Windows 8. Client Hyper-V is an optional feature that can be installed through Programs and Features in the Control Panel. The following prerequisites are required to successfully run Client Hyper-V on Windows 8.1: -Windows 8 Pro or Enterprise 64 bit Operating System -64-bit processor… Read More Hyper-V Installation on Windows 8.1