Does my server meet the requirements for Maximum Bit Length, Hardware Data Execution Prevention, and Hardware Virtualization to use Microsoft Hyper-V?

Does my server meet the requirements for Maximum Bit Length, Hardware Data Execution Prevention, and Hardware Virtualization to use Microsoft Hyper-V?  Well I don’t know but Steve Gibson can quickly tell you.  Check out http://www.grc.com/securable.htm .  Download and run the file named SecurAble.exe .  It doesn’t install anything, it’s just a self-contained executable.  Here’s the…

System Center Configuration Manager Online Training (RampUp)

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager comprehensively assesses, deploys, and updates servers, client computers, and devices – across physical, virtual, distributed and mobile environments. This course will take IT implementers down the path of understanding how Configuration Manager 2007 can be used to perform common tasks such as Operating System deployment, software distribution and update, asset…

Improving Your Image: Sector-Based, File-Based, and Sysprep – What Makes the Most Sense? Part 3: Deploy-time Build Automation and Recommendations

Jeremy Chapman has created the third blog in a series on the benefits of using package based imaging tools. Read the third post here. “This is the third and final blog in the series . In the last blog, The Pros and Cons, I covered the main benefits and underlying drawbacks of file-based and sector-based…