Whitepaper Title: VHD Getting Started Guide
File name: VHD Getting Started Guide.docx
Data Published: May 27, 2010
File size: 1.13 MB
Download URL: Click here
This guide provides an introduction to virtual hard disks (VHDs) in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. It includes an overview of technologies that you use to configure VHDs, as well as procedures to help guide you through deploying VHDs.
- Virtual Hard Disks in Windows Server 2008 R2 & Windows 7
- What’s New in Virtual Hard Disks
- Getting Started with Virtual Hard Disks
- Introduction to Virtual Hard Disks
- How to Perform Common Tasks
- Appendix: Tools, Scripts and APIs
- FAQ: Virtual Hard Disks in Windows 7
- Power Management for Network Devices in Windows 7
- What’s New in Power Management for Network Devices
Source: Keith Combs’ Blog
I ask myself that question a lot.
Using a tool from www.wordle.net here’s the answer to what I’ve been blogging about lately:
Looks kind of like a brain, doesn’t it? And that list is pretty accurate, considering it’s only cataloging what you’re blogging about now. And lately we’ve been talking about the new Microsoft certifications.
And this is my Delicious feed – i.e. stuff I bookmark but don’t necessarily blog:
So how does this stack up against other SBS / SMB space bloggers?
Wordle is a pretty interesting tool. I was a little surprised that the SBS content on my blog lately wasn’t higher. And for me that’s a bit of a wakeup call because I’ve been ‘talking’ (face-to-face and over the phone) about SBS a lot with co-workers, partners, customers, user group members. I just haven’t been blogging it. So that’s a good opportunity for me to refocus my writing a bit.
As for the other blog pictures listed; take the images with a grain of salt. This sampling isn’t meant to pigeon hole any blog or blogger into a certain category, or to attempt to define that person. It’s just a visual representation of a mathematical word count of the RSS feeds on their main page. I also think that items being closer to the top of the page seem to rank higher. Run your blog (or your personal favorite) through Wordle – you might be surprised too. 🙂
If you haven’t seen what Cougar (SBS 2008) looks like yet, Ron Grattopp (TS2 Presenter extraordinaire) posted a picture of it on his blog last week.
Here’s a copy of the Cougar screenshot:
Looks a lot like Windows Home Server, doesn’t it 😉
Thanks for the screen shot Ron!
I read a LOT of blogs. And by a lot, I confess that it sometimes creeps up to triple digits (in feeds, not just posts). So, since this is the first Saturday of the year, I’m doing the annual pruning the dead wood from the RSS reader.
Who gets the axe? The stale, the blog parrots, the rant-fests, (Scobble got nixed a long time ago).
And this year, instead of just blowing away the stuff that isn’t applicable and moving on, I’d like to take a minute to share appreciation for a new blog I started reading last year that I’ve particularly enjoyed.
This blogger is a Microsoft Small Business Specialist (SBSC).
He’s located in St. Albert, Alberta Canada.
He blogs about Macs, PCs, and SBS.
And he’s the owner of MPECS, Inc.
If you read his blog, you already know who I’m talking about:
If memory serves, I found Philip’s blog via an incoming link on FeedBurner. What a great find! (Both Philip and FeedBurner).
For those who haven’t read Philip yet, his blog is very ‘nuts & bolts’ oriented, with a nice amount of business & Mac mixed in. And the honesty and openness of the posts are refreshing.
So thanks to all the folks still on the blog roll who fight the good fight. And a special thanks to Philip Elder for writing My Favorite New Blog of 2007!