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Implementing App-V – Part IV: Sequencing Applications

  Other posts in this series: Implementing App-V – Part I: Introduction to Application Virtualization Implementing App-V – Part II: Choosing and Preparing the Environment Implementing App-V – Part III: Integrating Clients Ok, we had a good look about the entire App-V platform so far: Explanation about application virtualization and the components involved in App-V (Post I); installation of the […]

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[Events] Run Reloaded: Buenos Aires

  After presenting at the Code Camp this year, I’ve started to prepare my participation in a new and upcoming event: Run Reloaded – November 24 and 25 – Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE). This event will officially introduce to the community the brand new Microsoft technologies: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2008 R2, Exchange Server […]

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GFI WebMonitor without ISA Server

  A while ago I had the chance to review GFI Webmonitor, an ISA Server add-on that enhances significantly the possibilities for web access and download control. Now, GFI introduces a great and brand new option within web monitor possibilities: GFI WebMonitor version that does not require an ISA Server installation. You can download the free 30-day trial here. And […]

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Implementing App-V – Part III: Integrating Clients

  Other posts in this series: Implementing App-V – Part I: Introduction to Application Virtualization Implementing App-V – Part II: Choosing and Preparing the Environment Implementing App-V – Part IV: Sequencing Applications We’ve already talked about Application Virtualization and some common scenarios (Post I), talked about the existing models in App-V and how to install the App-V Management Server (Post […]

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Free E-Book: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2

  Microsoft Press introduced a great technique to get more readers: Giving away free books, as simple as that. And this time with a great proposal: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2. Even though it is a short book (200 pages) you’ll see that there are several topics that you might be interested in. Here are the chapters involved: Chapter 1    What’s New in Windows Server R2 Chapter 2    Installation and Configuration: Adding R2 to Your World Chapter 3    Hyper-V: Scaling and Migrating Virtual Machines Chapter 4    Remote Desktop Services and VDI: Centralizing Desktop and Application Management Chapter 5    Active Directory: Improving and Automating Identity and Access    Chapter 6    The File Services Role Chapter 7    IIS 7.5: Improving the Web Application Platform Chapter 8    DirectAccess and Network Policy Server Chapter 9    Other Features and Enhancements You will find several information about important improvements introduced in this version, like: Hyper-V R2 (Live Migration and storage hot add feature); VDI; IIS 7.5; BranchCache and DirectAccess. Enjoy!

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