Windows Server: Windows Server comes in several versions, but not all of them cost money and not all of them feature the new Windows interface. Check out those lesser-known features in this video.
At yesterday’s Australian press launch for Windows Server 2012, Jeff Woolsey, Microsoft principal program manager from Microsoft Corp, highlighted some of the less-publicised features. One of the things he mentioned is that Hyper-V Server 2012 is available for free. Woolsey went on to discuss the three different ways to deploy Server 2012 – Core, Mid-shell and Full. For all the details check out the video below (apologies for the noisy audio in the middle of the show floor was always going to be a challenging venue!)
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Disclosure: Jason Cartwright is attending TechEd 2012 as a guest of Microsoft.