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Step-by-Step: How to deploy a container host with Windows Admin Center

Last week Microsoft released a new version of the Containers extension on Windows Admin Center. This release was focused on helping IT Admins getting their container hosts up and running without much effort. The process of deploying the containers feature ... continue reading
New Windows Server 2019 and Azure Stack HCI instructor-lead courses

New Windows Server 2019 and Azure Stack HCI instructor-lead courses

Search for training on Windows Server and you're likely to find that the top results are about Windows Server virtual machines on Azure. But we also know that many organizations run Windows Server on-premises: in a server room in their ... continue reading
Journey of an App: How to push a container image from on-premises to Azure Container Registry

Journey of an App: How to push a container image from on-premises to Azure Container Registry

Welcome to part two of this video series. On part one, we covered how to use Web Deploy to extract the web application from IIS and Windows Admin Center to containerize the application. Now it's time to look at how ... continue reading
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Run Azure Cloud Shell in Windows Admin Center

If you are managing a Hybrid Cloud environment, you can now get a new Azure Cloud Shell extension in Windows Admin Center. Azure Cloud Shell is an interactive, authenticated, browser-accessible shell for managing Azure resources. It provides the flexibility of ... continue reading

Extract Web App from IIS to New Container Image

Containers are becoming extremely popular these days and many ITPros are being asked to modernize existing applications and run those apps on Kubernetes. The process can be a bit challenging if you don't know how to get started, and more ... continue reading
Creating a traditional Windows Server Failover Cluster in Azure

Creating a traditional Windows Server Failover Cluster in Azure

Hello Folks, As we announced last month (Announcing the general availability of Azure shared disks and new Azure Disk Storage enhancements) Azure shared disks are now generally available. Shared disks, is the only shared block storage in the cloud that ... continue reading
How to Manage SharePoint via PowerShell - Part 2

How to Manage SharePoint via PowerShell – Part 2

How to get the information you need? To get all the lists & libraries in a site, run Get-PnPList. Note there's no "Get-PnPLibrary" cmdlet because under the hood, everything is a "list". If you wish to differentiate what you want ... continue reading
How to Manage SharePoint via PowerShell - Part 1

How to Manage SharePoint via PowerShell – Part 1

In this two-part series, we're going to look at how we can manage SharePoint using PowerShell. This is highly focused on SharePoint Online, but if the cmdlets are available, it also applies to SharePoint on-premises. We'll start with the basics, ... continue reading
Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Hello folks, Last month I presented a session during the “Windows Server webinar miniseries - Month of Cloud Essentials”. The session was on how to create highly available apps with Azure VMs. Following the session I was asked about setting ... continue reading
Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Creating a WDAV Policy

Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Creating a WDAV Policy

IntroductionThis is John Barbare and I am a Sr Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft focusing on all things in the Cybersecurity space. In this tutorial I will walk you through the steps of creating a Windows Defender Antivirus (WDAV) policy ... continue reading