Microsoft finalizes Windows Thin PC; available July 1

Microsoft finalizes Windows Thin PC; available July 1

Microsoft has released to manufacturing its Windows Thin PC client, and plans to make it available to Software Assurance customers starting July 1, company officials said on June 7. Windows Thin PC (WinTPC) is the successor to Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (WinFLP). Whereas WinFLP was based on the Windows XP SP3 platform, WinTPC is based on the Windows 7...

Confirmed: Microsoft Will Announce Acquisition of Skype Tomorrow Morning

Confirmed: Microsoft Will Announce Acquisition of Skype Tomorrow Morning

The Wall Street Journal reported tonight that Microsoft–in what would be its most aggressive acquisition in the digital space–was zeroing in on buying Skype for $8.5 billion. Sources told BoomTown tonight that the deal for the online telephony giant is actually done and will be announced early tomorrow morning. The deal–which is being spearheaded in a closely...

Controlling Processor Resources in Hyper-V Guests

Introduction to Virtual Processors Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V allows up to four virtual processors in a virtual machine and allows you to configure options on how those virtual processors are balanced across virtual machines. This article describes the options for processor resource control and how to use them. Hyper-V uses physical processors and cores to...

Microsoft Exchange directory structure to prevent problems with the Internet Mail Connector (IMC) or Information Store (IS).

Problem This document discusses how to prevent Symantec Client Security 3.0 and Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition 10.0 from scanning the Microsoft Exchange directory structure to prevent problems with the Internet Mail Connector (IMC) or Information Store (IS).  Symptoms Preventing Symantec AntiVirus 10.0 from scanning the Microsoft Exchange directory...

This issue may occur when the working folder that the information store uses for e-mail message conversion is located on a drive that is slow or busy.

E-mail messages back up in the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) queue that is bound for local delivery. Additionally, the server experiences high disk queue lengths on the Exchange Server 2003 computer installation drive. Typically, this installation drive is in the following location: drive:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\ CAUSE This issue may occur when the...

Getting Open file Security Warning ..The publisher could not be verified…

Go to Internet Options (from Control Panel or from the IE Tools menu) Click the Security tab Select Local Intranet Click the Sites button Click Advanced Add “\\server\share” to the list of web sites Click OK to until Internet Options is gone Log off and log back on