Title: Windows Small Business Server “7” Preview
File Size: 6.3 GB
- CPU – Quad core 2 GHz (x64) or faster
- RAM – 8 GB minimum (10 GB recommended)
- Storage – 80 GB
- Optical – DVD-ROM drive
- NIC – 10/100 Ethernet adapter
- Video – SVGA (1024×768) or better
“SBS 7” is an update to the traditional offering with a refresh of the components inside, designed specifically to provide small businesses with a complete IT solution for their business needs. It’s perfect for small businesses who already have a server or prefer to use email and collaboration tools hosted directly on premise. Download the SBS "7" Brochure to learn more.
Note: This is a ‘beta’, so it goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: “Don’t use Beta software in a production environment”
Presenter: Matt Hester (Microsoft TechNet)
Venue: Kentucky Intl. Convention Center
Address: 2210 Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Session 1 – Can We Bust This Myth? "It’s impossible to upgrade a Windows XP computer to Windows 7"
Session 2 – Free Quick and Dirty Deployment Tools
Session 3 – Automate your Windows 7 deployment using the MDT 2010
With a couple dozen “Have U Rebooted Yet?” comics under my belt, I’ve received a lot of feedback – thank you all! It’s been fun!
One particular piece of feedback I’ve gotten from Wayne Small was the request to add an RSS feed specifically for the webcomic. It took some digging to find a WordPress plug-in that would do the trick, but I’m happy to say that the work is complete and the additional RSS feed is available now!
WHERE TO FIND IT
To find the RSS feed for the comic, just click on the “Comic-only Feed:” link on any page of the blog (picture below):
RSS FEED URLS
Here are the URLs for both RSS feeds:
- NoGeekLeftBehind.com RSS Feed
(Everything on the blog, including the comics)
- Have U Rebooted Yet RSS Feed
(Only the comics on the blog)
If you want to add similar multiple RSS feed functionality to your WordPress blog, check out the plugin:
- WordPress Plugin for Category Specific RSS Feed Subscription Menu
Note: I took the URL the plugin created for my “Have U Rebooted Yet” category, and then forwarded that through Feedburner, but you can just use the URL the plugin creates as-is.