To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. --Winston Churchill
Change is inevitable, constant, and inescapable. You can brood about it or you can take the optimist’s view—and Churchill was nothing if not an optimist—and accept that improvement isn’t possible without change. And even though upgrading servers and clients can be a significant challenge for an administrator, it also represents an opportunity to improve how your network functions. And you can be sure that Windows Server 2008 contains many tools to help you move in the direction of change for the better.
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Windows Server is available in five primary versions. Three of those are available without Windows Server Hyper-V, bringing the total number ...