Active Directory is the source of identity in the enterprise and iOS devices should be identified in and by AD in order to provide access to resources, in this article published on WServer News I explain the process of supporting iOS devices in your AD DS with Windows Server 2012 R2 and the Device Registration Service.
The best infrastructure reads of the past week, including Windows Azure Pack, Virtualization, Supported OSes on Hyper-V, The Azure NOC, PowerShell to gather pref data, Windows Azure for IT Pro, MDT for servers and failover clustering in Windows Server 2012 R2.
This is the deck that I used for a resent presentation about Windows Server 2012 R2 features include Server Virtualization, Storage, Networking, Server Automation, Web and App Platform, VDI at the Virtual Machine User Group.
This month I try out the FitBit Flex activity tracker and works out if it’s a gadget for the IT guy over on the UK TechNet Blog. I’ve been wearing the tracker for over a month, using it on a daily basis and have learnt a little about sleep, or lack of it, on the way.
The best enterprise client reads of the past week, including Windows 8.1, why Intel tablets are enterprise ready, why there is no more IT and consumer and Windows 8.1 features.
The best articles that I’ve found for Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 8 and the like from my fellow Infrastructure / Platform Evangelists and from around the web for the previous week.
How do you build a massive digital art installation with a core team of 3 people? You use Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, System Center Configuration Manager 2012 and Powershell v3 to create Soft Array.
Get the UK TechDays 2013 Ondemand content for the sessions you missed, want to see again or want to recommend to friends.
How you can change the hostname of a Hyper-V VM from the host using PowerShell V3 and by talking to the VMNetAdapter, the virtual switch and DNS.
This post explains how to blog. Great blog posts have a few things in common, notably they are readable, interesting to read and discoverable.