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Windows Server 2016

DefendingWindowsDefenderinWindowsServer

Defending Windows Defender in Windows Server 2016

By | CIOs, IT, Microsoft, Windows PowerShell, Windows Server 2016 | One Comment

Windows Server Anti-Malware is installed and enabled by default in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview, but the user interface for Windows Server Anti-Malware is not installed. However, Windows Server Anti-Malware will update anti-malware definitions and protect the computer without the…

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CitrixXenApp/XenDesktopUpdates:.Edition

Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop Updates: 7.11 Edition

By | CIOs, Citrix, Citrix XenApp, Cloud Computing, Cloud Infrastructure, Windows Server 2016 | No Comments

What’s new in XenApp/XenDesktop 7.11 (Kwik-E-Mart) Edition? And, no, the answer is not faster, fresher roller dogs and 100 oz. Slurpee’s. Although it’s not necessarily a new (or improved) feature, I’ll begin with my personal favorite. For me, it’s Day…

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Shielded VMs: Making Your Virtual Machines More Secure

Shielded VMs: Making Your Virtual Machines More Secure

By | CIOs, Data Centers, Microsoft, Server virtualization, Windows Server 2016 | No Comments

In all data centers today, virtualization is being utilized heavily. Virtual machines make it easier to deploy, manage, service and automate the infrastructure. There are many benefits but there are also security risks that we need to consider and understand….

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VM Storage Resiliency in Windows Server 2016

By | CIOs, Microsoft, PowerShell, Server virtualization, Windows Server 2016 | No Comments

Let’s face it. In today’s commodity driven private cloud environments we are seeing more and more transient failures as opposed to true hardware failures. Whether that be storage connectivity, switch reset, spanning tree events, packet loss, or latency. They wreak…

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