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Manufacturers get Windows® 7 service pack

Tweet On February 9, 2011, Microsoft for the first time delivered service pack for Windows 7 to the manufacturers of the original equipment. Consumers are to get the service packs for Windows 7 by next month that is March 2011. Prior to this step taken by Microsoft to deliver the service packs to original equipment manufacturers, Microsoft’s Russian branch first reported the update of the service... Read More »

Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V to Support OpenStack Cloud Platform

Tweet Cloud.com is a venture-backed start-up that is based out of Cupertino that develops an open source cloud orchestration software product for the implementation of public and private cloud computing environments. CloudStack is software that is designed to make it easier for Service Providers and Enterprises to build, manage and deploy IaaS offerings that is similar to Amazon EC2 and S3. This... Read More »

5 Tips for Managing Microsoft Licensing Costs

Tweet Microsoft has had many books published which dissect the licensing area of the company so the customers can better understand the concept of it all. There are dozens of articles that tackle this as well but you cannot learn it all with just one article, however, with these five tips, you will learn how to keep your money safe whenever you need to upgrade or buy newer and better software. Unlimited... Read More »

How to Configure an Authoritative Time Server in Windows Server

Tweet Every Windows related process involves time management to ensure uniformity and order of the running programs, especially when it is used on a server. A workstation or domain uniformly operating on a single operating system will be authenticated by W32Time; a time service tool included in the Windows OS and is required by the Kerberos authentication protocol. It is governed and controlled by... Read More »
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How to Configure an Authoritative Time Server in Windows Server

Tweet The Windows system includes a Time Service Tool, W32Time, which is usually required by Kerberos authentication protocol. This system ensures that all computers using Microsoft Windows 2000 and its newer versions show the same time universally. However, despite the presence of this system, it is essential that reduce the time correction settings, especially for your stand-alone clients and servers.... Read More »
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