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This section on Windows Server and Microsoft OSes discusses implementing and managing Windows Server operating systems, provisioning and configuration of Windows Server, security and management for Windows servers, setting Windows Server roles, using Hyper-V virtualisation in Windows Server, upgrading to Windows Server 2008 from Windows Server 2003, using Windows Server Backup for business continuity, as well as migrating to Windows Server from other operating systems and the various considerations. We also weigh the pros and cons of Windows operating systems compared with Linux and Unix-based OSes in light of such criteria as application workload performance, cost and licensing considerations, management, power consumption, system uptime, interoperability and more.

Our news and technical tips cover installing and managing Windows Server, Windows Server Core, Microsoft Active Directory and Group Policy, Using Windows PowerShell scripting language, deploying and using Microsoft Terminal Services, the read-only domain controller (RDOC), and using Hyper-V virtualisation (Live Migration, Cluster Shared Volumes).