Category Archives: Microsoft Windows Vista
5 things you should know about Windows 7
All you need to know is… … What you already know. In our society information is the greatest good. Microsoft has decided not to release a lot of information on Windows 7 for a reason. It was one of the mistakes admitted with Windows Vista. Some features (like WinFS) got dropped totally, while other features […]
Building the Flaming Dog Lanfestival environment
One of the fun things I get to do is co-organizing the Flaming Dog Lanfestival, where my main responsibility is to design, build and manage the networking infrastructure. About the Flaming Dog Lanfestival Last year Michiel de Jongh and I organized the Flaming Dog Lanfestival for the first time. This event is sponsored by OGD, […]
Remotely managing your Server Core using WinRM and WinRS
I've already shown you how to remotely manage your Server Core installations of Windows Server Core using the Remote Desktop Protocol, but using Windows Remote Management (WinRM, Microsoft implementation of WS-Management) in combination with WinRS might prove to be even more useful for day to day administration.
The Non-Existence of Virtual PC Express
According to older news Windows Vista Enterprise and Windows Vista Ultimate would both have a feature called Virtual PC Express. In fact both versions of Windows Vista do not ship with this feature. Clearly the cause of this is the new virtualization path Microsoft has chosen nearly nine months ago. Virtual PC Express, which was rumored […]
Everyday is a winding road
On the Microsoft Windows Vista team website Microsoft announced the strategy to supply consumers with Microsoft Windows Vista (and Microsoft Office 2007) for Windows Vista Capable PC's they buy during the holiday season, called the "Express Upgrade to Windows Vista and Microsoft Office Technology Guarantee".