Microsoft have released some updated architecture posters on Hyper-V for server 2012 R2. This mini poster shows the difference between Basic Session Mode and Enhanced Session Mode. Enhanced mode provides similar capabilities to remote desktop services with out the need of a network connection to the virtual machine. Point to note: the guest operating system... Continue Reading →
I have been busy working on a possible way to use ADFS to provide SSO to Moodle for all those in Education. whist in the process of this, I have created a updated Deployment guide for all those who want to install Moodle on a Windows Platform, whether its on premise or on Windows Azure. Please see the following Link: Moodle... Continue Reading →
Server Core was introduced to admin's in Server 2008 and provided minimal maintenance but had limited capabilities. Server 2012 introduces Private Cloud and the power shell feature is one of the main focuses. As we move towards centrally managed IT environments, automation will take a crucial role when deploying and scaling up systems. Windows server 2012 has advanced dramatically and the number of cmdlets for power shell have largely increased since the early days of windows server 2008.