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New Networking Features in Windows Server "Longhorn" and Windows Vista

Discussion in 'Networks' started by zimbo, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. zimbo
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    Networking and communications are critical for organizations to meet the challenge of competing in the global marketplace. Employees need to connect to the network wherever they are and from any device. Partners, vendors, and others outside the network need to interact efficiently with key resources, and security is more important than ever.

    This article is a technical overview of networking and communications enhancements in Windows Server "Longhorn" and Windows Vista to address connectivity, ease of use, management, reliability, and security. With Windows Server "Longhorn" and Windows Vista, IT administrators have greater and more flexible options for managing networking infrastructure, protecting their networks by requiring computers to prove their system health, deploying authenticated wireless and wired connections through Group Policy or scripts, and deploying protected traffic scenarios.

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  2. Bluerinse
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    Wow, lots of changes there Zim :eek:
     
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  3. zimbo
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    Directly translated... MCSE Longhorn is going to be one major upgrade...:rolleyes:
     
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  4. Bluerinse
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    Find [upgrade] Replace [headache]

    :dry
     
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  5. zimbo
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    anyone for Linux?:biggrin :biggrin :biggrin
     
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    any guesses as to when microsoft exams for vista and the server might be introduced...i'm assuming end of next year...
     
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    the way things are looking maybe first part of 2008... even if it was earlier i would wait that long.. by the time they bring out the books and take the exams out of beta and into live etc etc
     
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  8. zebulebu

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    Sounds like fun...

    :cry:

    At least the fundamental principles of networking still apply every time a new O/S is released. I feel sorriest for the Office bods - desktop support - who have to relearn Office completely, from the ground up for 2007.

    How are peoples' IPv6 skills? Have you mastered the basics of IPv6 addressing?

    I feel another tutorial coming on...
     
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    I think I've got a sort of grasp on IPv6.
     
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  10. Bluerinse
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    Go for it 8)
     
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  11. Boycie
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    Yes please . :biggrin

    As for V6, i was logging on to Barclays the othe day and firefox displayed a timeout screen that said <the server at IPV6.....is taking too long to respond>

    Si
     
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  12. zimbo
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    looks like a few of you may have missed this thread:rolleyes:
     
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