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This is a collection of the top Microsoft Support solutions to the most common issues experienced using Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard (updated quarterly). Note that some content that applies to earlier versions of Windows Server is listed, because it can be helpful with Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard issues also.

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Lenovo Group Ltd., the world’s largest maker of personal computers, agreed to buy International Business Machines Corp. (IBM)’s low-end server business for $2.3 billion amid the PC industry’s worst-ever decline.

Well folks, this is an updated Calc for those who are looking at replacing their mail system with the superior Exchange or just need to know what else is needed to support the mighty Exchange environment.

I was wondering why they went from the 'CU' to the Service Pack naming with the release of Exchange CU 3.

If you are thinking about adding Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 to your network you might want to check out this article and see what's new when it comes to Group Policy Settings!

BEFORE you all run out and download this and install it, thinking it will cure all your problems, please note the following:

It does require a free account to download, but SO worth it.

Lync 2013 on Windows 2012 R2 is now supported!

This is pretty cool stuff!

Just in case you were wondering...

MS seems to be hugging the cloud with R2. I'm not so sure companies are THAT ready to put sensitive data into the cloud just yet.

As the article states, as more and more of the world is going to virtualized environments getting the start-up sequence correct is VERY important.

Some pretty good info if you watch the video about the upcoming Windows Server 2012 R2 release! 

Need to know? Now you do!
 
Microsoft has identified Dynamic Access Control (DAC) as one of the most important new features in Windows Server 2012 because it's designed to provide better security, risk-management, and auditing policies in Active Directory by enabling more granular methods of authorization and authentication. DAC does this by providing more flexibility in how files are classified, secured, accessed, and governed, based on various attributes and conditions applied within Active Directory.

UGH... we have to re-apply it... damn....