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Article: Windows Server 2008 Domain Services – Part 1

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I�ve written a new article on www.windowsnetworking.com about Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2008. It’s Part 1 in a series of articles about AD in Windows Server 2008. An introduction to Windows Server 2008 Domain Services covering the basics of all the new features of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services. Read the full article here: Windows Server 2008 Domain Services – Part 1: Active Directory Domain Services.

Article: Installing IIS 7.0

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I�ve written a new article on www.windowsnetworking.com about IIS 7.0. The article is a guide to installing IIS 7.0. This article will cover the basics of installing Internet Information Services 7.0 and the different installation modes available, when they can be used and what benefits they have. Read the full article here: Installing IIS 7.0.

Windows Home Server Launch Day

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Microsoft has officially launched Windows Home Server today. Windows Home Server is a new solution from Microsoft, to help families easily protect, connect and share their digital media and documents. OEM hardware vendors is releasing Home Servers based on Windows Home Server OS, to name a few vendors; HP, Medion, Fujitsu Siemens, Iomega. A lot of third-party software developers have already created more than 35 innovative add-in programs to run on the Windows Home Server platform. These solutions provide personal blogging and…

Windows Server 2008

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Microsoft has now annonced the official name for Longhorn Server – it will be Windows Server 2008 and you can download Windows Server 2008 beta 3 and see the newly lanuched Windows Server 2008 site at Microsoft.com. See the Windows Server 2008 site here.

.NET 3.0 Released

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Microsoft has released the latest version of the .NET Framework. The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is the new managed code programming model for Windows®. It combines the power of the .NET Framework version 2.0 with new technologies for building applications that have visually compelling user experiences, seamless communication across technology boundaries, and the ability to support a wide range of business processes. These new technologies are Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and Windows CardSpace. The .NET…

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