OS Version Queries for WMI Filters

NOTE: Updated Feb 13, 2020 to include Windows Server 2019

More likely than not, if you’re using Group Policy to push out software installation or registry entries to client machines or servers on the domain, the particular policy settings may be different depending on the OS version or architecture.

Examples, Group Policy Objects may need to be filtered by:

  • Desktop OS / Server OS
  • Domain Controller / Non-Domain Controller
  • 32-bit / 64-bit

If you haven’t used Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) filters before, they show up in Group Policy Management at the bottom, between Group Policy Objects and Starter GPOs.

Common OS WMI Filters

The WMI filters use a query to scope down the Group Policy Object applicability. Here’s what a typical WMI OS filter looks like:

WMI filter

select * from Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version like

WMI Win32_OperatingSystem ProductType Tips:

  • ProductType 1 = Desktop OS
  • ProductType 2 = Server OS – Domain Controller
  • ProductType 3 = Server OS – Not a Domain Controller

WMI Win32_OperatingSystem Version Number Tips:

  • 5.1 – Windows XP
  • 5.2 – Windows Server 2003
  • 5.2.3 – Windows Server 2003 R2
  • 6.0 – Windows Vista & Windows Server 2008
  • 6.1 – Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2
  • 6.2 – Windows 8 & Windows Server 2012
  • 6.3 – Windows 8.1 & Windows Server 2012 R2
  • 10.0 – Windows 10 & Windows Server 2016 & 2019

To create your own WMI filters, here is an updated list of WMI filter queries from Window XP – Windows 10 and from Server 2003 to Server 2019.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER:
Always test your Group Policies and WMI filters before deploying.

DESKTOP WMI QUERIES

ANY WINDOWS DESKTOP OS

  • Any Windows Desktop OS – Version 1
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE ProductType = “1”
  • Any Windows Desktop OS – Version 2 (better for Win7 sometimes)
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType <> “2”) AND (ProductType <> “3”)
  • Any Windows Desktop OS – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE ProductType = “1” AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Desktop OS – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE ProductType = “1” AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS XP

  • Windows XP
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “5.1%” or Version like “5.2%”) AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows XP – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “5.1%” or Version like “5.2%”) AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows XP – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “5.1%” or Version like “5.2%”) AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS VISTA

  • Windows Vista
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows Vista – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Vista – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS 7

  • Windows 7
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows 7 – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows 7 – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS 8

  • Windows 8
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows 8 – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows 8 – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS 8.1

  • Windows 8.1
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows 8.1 – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows 8.1 – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS 10

  • Windows 10
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “10.0%” AND ProductType=”1″
  • Windows 10 – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “10.0%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows 10 – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “10.0%” AND ProductType=”1″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

SERVER WMI QUERIES

ANY WINDOWS SERVER OS

  • Any Windows Server OS
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”) OR (ProductType = “3”)
  • Any Windows Server OS – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”) OR (ProductType = “3”) AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Server OS – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”) OR (ProductType = “3”) AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Server – Domain Controller
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”)
  • Any Windows Server – Domain Controller – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”) AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Server – Domain Controller – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “2”) AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Server – Non-Domain Controller
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “3”)
  • Any Windows Server – Non- Domain Controller – 32-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “3”) AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Any Windows Server – Non-Domain Controller – 64-bit
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (ProductType = “3”) AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS SERVER 2003

  • Windows Server 2003     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2003 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2003 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”3″
  • Windows Server 2003 – 32-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 – 32-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 – 64-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 – 64-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS SERVER 2003 R2

  • Windows Server 2003 R2     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”3″
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “5.2.3%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS SERVER 2008

  • Windows Server 2008     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2008DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2008 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”3″
  • Windows Server 2008 – 32-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2008 – 32-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND NOT OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2008 – 64-bit – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”2″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”
  • Windows Server 2008 – 64-bit – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.0%” AND ProductType=”3″ AND OSArchitecture = “64-bit”

WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2

  • Windows Server 2008 R2     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.1%” AND ProductType=”3″

WINDOWS SERVER 2012

  • Windows Server 2012     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2012 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2012 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.2%” AND ProductType=”3″

WINDOWS SERVER 2012 R2

  • Windows Server 2012R2     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE Version LIKE “6.3%” AND ProductType=”3″

WINDOWS SERVER 2016 *

  • Windows Server 2016     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.14393%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.16299%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.17134%”) AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2016 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.14393%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.16299%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.17134%”) AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2016 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.14393%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.16299%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.17134%”) AND ProductType=”3″

WINDOWS SERVER 2019 *

  • Windows Server 2019     
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.17763%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18362%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18363%”) AND ProductType<>”1″
  • Windows Server 2019 – DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.17763%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18362%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18363%”) AND ProductType=”2″
  • Windows Server 2019 – non-DC
    SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE (Version LIKE “10.0.17763%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18362%”) OR (Version LIKE “10.0.18363%”) AND ProductType=”3″

* A few notes about the “OR” operator:

First – The reason for the “OR” statements in Server 2016 and Server 2019 WMI Query Filters is because there are multiple builds, as shown in the table below. These multiple builds are part of Microsoft’s Windows as a service (Waas) plan.

Second – “Or” combines two conditions. When more than one logical operator is used in a statement, the OR operators are evaluated after the AND operators. (Source)

Major Minor Version Build Info Released
10 0 1607 14393 2016 RTM LTSC 09/26/2016
10 0 1709 16299 2016 SAC 10/17/2017
10 0 1803 17134 2016 SAC 04/30/2018
10 0 1809 17763 2019 LTSC 11/13/2018
10 0 1903 18362 2019 SAC 5/21/2019
10 0 1909 18363 2019 SAC 11/12/2019

Helpful OS Term Abbreviations



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    Download – Windows Security Audit Events Spreadsheet

    Title: Windows Security Audit Events Spreadsheet
    Published: 12/02/2015
    Publisher: Microsoft Corporation 
    Version: November 2015
    File name: WindowsSecurityAuditEvents.xlsx
    Size: 70 KB
    Download URL: Click here for download

    Pop Quiz:

    1) What’s the Event ID for an Account Lockout?

    2) What about the Event ID denoting that permissions were changed on an object?

    3) Or the Event ID for locking or unlocking a workstation?

    Don’t worry, I can’t remember those off the top of my head either. And that usually means sifting through bookmarked links, PDFs or hitting Google to look it up.

    Fortunately, Microsoft has an Excel spreadsheet detailing 412 different Event IDs related to Windows Security Audit Events. Those 400+ Event IDs are broken up into the following nine categories:

    • Account Logon
    • Account Management
    • Detailed Tracking
    • DS Access
    • Logon/Logoff
    • Object Access
    • Policy Change
    • Privilege Use
    • System

    The spreadsheet also contains a tab with a complete description of the event message. This is a great tool for creating event monitors. Download and enjoy!

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    Whitepaper – VHD Getting Started Guide

    Picture of a giant hard driveWhitepaper Title: VHD Getting Started Guide
    File name: VHD Getting Started Guide.docx
    Data Published: May 27, 2010
    Language: English
    File size: 1.13 MB
    Pages: 82
    Download URL: Click here

    Description:
    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.

    Contents:

    • 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

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    Downloads – 2008 R2 Netsh Technical Reference

    Command Prompt Title: Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server
    Netsh Technical Reference
    Author: James McIllece, Brit Weston, Jim Holtzman, Greg Lindsay, Corey Plett, Dave Bishop, Karen Carncross
    Date Published: May 2010, Microsoft Corporation
    File size: 869 KB 
    Format: CHM file (help file) 
    Download URL: Netsh_TechnicalReference.zip

    Description:

    This document provides a comprehensive command reference for networking technologies such as:

    • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
    • Network Policy Server (NPS)
    • Network Access Protection (NAP)
    • Network Tracing
    • Routing and Remote Access
    • And other technologies for which there are netsh commands.

    Screenshot of 2008 R2 Netsh Technical Reference

    Netsh commands offer an alternative to configuring network technologies using the Windows interface. You can run netsh commands in batch files and scripts, and you can run them from the netsh prompt by manually typing commands. You can use netsh commands to configure both local and remote computers.

    Props: Found via Keith Combs’ blog

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    Webcast – Hyper-V 101 with Wayne Small

    This is one webcast you definitely don’t want to miss!

    Wayne Small [SBS-MVP] Title: “Third Thursday Webinar: Hyper-V 101
    Presenter: Wayne Small [SBS-MVP]
    Date: Thursday 04/15/2010
    Time: 5:00 PM Eastern Daylight (GMT –4)
    Host: Third Tier
    Link to attend: Click here for Live Meeting

    Description:
    Wayne Small from Sydney Australia, Third Tier consultant and owner of SBSFAQ.com has been deploying Hyper-V based solutions to 80% of his clients. Hyper-V can be simple to deploy, yet powerful enough for high availability applications. It is also technology that your clients really don’t understand at all. So how does he sell it to them? Wayne will tell us how to get up and running, the impact this technology can have your business and how to sell the idea to your clients.

    Have you heard all the hype about Hyper-V?  Want to get your clients up and running on Hyper-V in an hour?  Want to know the key things to look out for with Hyper-V and how to avoid the pitfalls?  This session will run through all of the basics on Hyper-V as it relates to our SMB clients.  It will cover the various flavors of Hyper-V available, what to use when and how to get your first Hyper-V client quoted, and installed.  Wayne will walk through a typical scenario that he’s deployed in the past and how he’s addressed the clients concerns and taken advantage of Hyper-V to save the customer money, and increase their uptime.

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    Two KYSBSUG Events in March, 2010

    It’s been a busy month in Louisville already with TechNet and MSDN here last week on March 4, 2010. And we’ve got some more stuff coming your way:

    **First March 2010 Meeting**
    Howl At The Moon 6-YEAR KYSBSUG ANNIVERSARY
    Date: Wednesday March 17, 2010
    Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM Eastern (or whenever everybody leaves)
    Venue: Howl At The Moon
    Address: 4th Street Live, Louisville, KY
    URL:  Click here

    Parking: 423 South 5th Street
    (Usually $3-$5, or free after 6PM)

    Door Prizes: There are no door prizes for this meeting, but there are lots of low/no cost stuff to enjoy

    • Free cover charge for KYSBSUG attendees
    • Free buffet 5:30 – 7:30 PM
    • Attendees receive first two drinks for $0.50 / each (well drinks, long island teas, domestic beer, house wines, house margaritas, DeKuyper cordials)
    • ½ off all drinks until 9 PM

    Registration for this event is NOT required for this event, but you must be over 21 to enter the venue.

    **Second March 2010 Meeting**
    Matt Hester - Microsoft KYSBSUG Meeting #73 – Windows Server 2008 R2 IT Pro Tour
    Presenter: Matt Hester, Microsoft TechNet Presenter (in person)
    Date: Monday March 29, 2010
    Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM Eastern
    Venue: Money Concepts
    Address: 323 Townepark Circle, Louisville, KY 40243
    Registration: We will be providing dinner and door prizes, so registration IS required.
    Registration URL: Click here

    Description:

    Here’s your chance to connect with your local IT Pro Community AND meet Matt Hester, your local IT Professional Evangelist! Now that the dust has settled and the boxes are mostly unpacked from Matt’s relocation to Ohio.  He wants to meet you and get to know you! What a better way than with Windows Server® 2008 R2, giveaways and food!!

    Matt Hester will be talking about the many administrative benefits of Windows Server® 2008 R2, including improvements to Active Directory, PowerShell, Group Policy and much more.  He will also talk about his experiences with his recently published book Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration Instant Reference. Ultimately, this evening is for you – so bring your questions, prepare to have some fun and expect to learn more about Windows Server® 2008 R2.  This should be a fun and exciting evening!

    Matt will have a couple copies of his book to give away and other fun stuff. Be sure to attend and learn more of what Windows Server® 2008 R2 has to offer!

    This is your chance to give feedback on how Matt and Microsoft can help your local community efforts. We hope you’ll join us for an evening of fun and peer-to-peer networking with your local IT Pro Community!

    Special Thanks:

    We’d like to thank the folks that helped bring this month together.

    I hope to see many of you this month as we wrap up our 6th year of free monthly meetings, and jump right into our 7th year! 🙂

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    Webcasts – Get Your MS Virtualization Learn On

    Nowadays you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting someone who’s talking about virtualization. I’m guessing that your technicians are up-to-speed with virtualization, but are your sales folks?

    Webcast screen shot Microsoft has a great series of webcasts for Microsoft Partners to give them the basics of virtualization with the following 4-part (6 segment) series with Ronald Grattopp and Bryan Von Axelson:

    The Ultimate Sales Guide to Microsoft Virtualization

    Note: You must have a Microsoft Partner ID linked with your Windows Live ID and sign in to view these webcasts.

    Link to Desktop Virtualization sweepstakes Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Sweepstakes

    In addition to some great (and free) information, Microsoft is providing an incentive for Microsoft Partners to attend these trainings. They are giving away:

    • Two (2) HP EX90 MediaSmart Servers
    • Eight (8) Sony Touch Readers

    Webcasts in bold above are eligible for the Desktop Virtualization Sweepstakes. Sweepstakes ends April 12, 2010. See official website for details.

    You can also stop by the Microsoft Virtualization portal:
    http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization

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    Nov 2009 KYSBSUG #69 – SBS 2008/Hyper-V

    You’re invited to attend the November 2009 KYSBSUG meeting next week:

    KYSBSUG logo Group: Kentucky Small Business Server User Group
    (KYSBSUG)
    Meeting #: 69
    Date: Wednesday November 18, 2009
    Start Time: 6:30 PM Eastern (GMT -5)
    Location: Money Concepts
    Address: 323 Townpark Circle, Suite 100, Louisville, KY 40243 USA
    Map: Click here for map on Bing.com

    Topic: SBS 2008 Build in Hyper-V
    Presenters: Lee Johnson & Tim Barrett

    Description:

    This month we’re doing a live build of Windows Server 2008 R2 on physical hardware, installing the Hyper-V role, and then installing Windows Small Business Server 2008.

    While the SBS build progresses we’ll also have another Hyper-V box on hand to show various operating systems, including Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Ubuntu, plus some Hyper-V best practices.

    We’re also bringing a copy of Beatrice Mulzer’s new book for you to check out:

    Book - 70-653 Configuring Windows Small Business Server 2008MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-653): Configuring Windows Small Business Server 2008
    http://www.amazon.com/MCTS-Self-Paced-Training-Exam-70-653/dp/0735626782/

    Registration URL: Registration is not required for this event.

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    Microsoft is Coming to Louisville 12/02/2009

    • Microsoft TechNet logo Microsoft TechNet Event
      Primary Target Audience: Microsoft Partners
      Start: Wed 12/2/2009 8:30 Eastern
      End: Wed 12/2/2009 12:00 PM Eastern

      Venue: Kentucky Intl. Convention Center
      Address: 2210 Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202
      Registration: Free

      Agenda:
      Session 1: Introducing Windows 7
      Session 2: Introduction to Windows Server 2008 R2
      Session 3: Introducing Exchange Server 2010

      Registration URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032429190&Culture=en-US

      Door prizes: 
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      – Books!  Windows 7 Inside Out – US $49.99 (ARV)
       
       

    • Microsoft MSDN logo Microsoft MSDN Event
      Primary Target Audience: Microsoft Developers
      Start: Wed 12/2/2009 1:00 PM Eastern
      End: Wed 12/2/2009 4:30 PM Eastern

      Venue: Kentucky Intl. Convention Center
      Address: 2210 Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202
      Registration: Free

      Agenda:
      Session 1: Taking Your Application to the Next Level with Windows 7
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      Registration URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032429198&Culture=en-US

      Door Prizes:
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    Download – Free Windows Server 2008 R2 eBook

    image Title: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2
    Authors: Charlie Russel, Craig Zacker with the Windows Server Team at Microsoft
    Publisher: Microsoft Press
    Date Published: © 2010 Microsoft Corporation
    Pages: 200
    File size: PDF 11 MB / XPS 28 MB
    Price: FREE
    Download URL: Click here for PDF / Click here for XPS

    Description:

    Charlie has done it again! Learn about the new features of Windows Server 2008 R2 in the areas of virtualization, management, the Web application platform, scalability and reliability, and interoperability with Windows 7. Download Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2, written by industry experts Charlie Russel and Craig Zacker along with the Windows Server team at Microsoft.

    Contents at a glance:

    • Chapter 1 – What’s New in Windows Server R2
    • Chapter 2 – Installation and Configuration: Adding R2 to Your World
    • Chapter 3 – Hyper-V: Scaling and Migrating Virtual Machines
    • Chapter 4 – Remote Desktop Services and VDI: Centralizing Desktop and Application Management
    • Chapter 5 – Active Directory: Improving and Automating Identity and Access
    • Chapter 6 – The File Services Role
    • Chapter 7 – IIS 7.5: Improving the Web Application Platform
    • Chapter 8 – DirectAccess and Network Policy Server
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