Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) – Best Posts of the Week around Windows Server, Exchange, SystemCenter and more – #3

Hi Community,

here comes my third compilation of the most interesting technical blog posts written by members of the Microsoft MVP Community.

Currently, there are only a few MVPs contributing to this compilation, but more will follow soon.

@all MVPs If you’d like me to add your blog posts to my weekly compilation, please send me an email ( or reach out to me via Twitter (@FloKlaffenbach). Thanks!


Microsoft release Exchange 2010 SP2 Rollup 5 by Johan Veldhuis


First Patch Tuesday with Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Patches – New version of Hyper-V Integration Services by Thomas Maurer

Get Integration Services Version of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Virtual Machines by Thomas Maurer

KB2741477 – Can’t Add NICs To VM on W2008 R2 Clustered Host by Aidan Finn

Enable Processor Compatibility For Legacy OSs in WS2012 Hyper-V by Aidan Finn

Hyper-V PowerKurs V2 auf Windows Server 2012 läuft in German by Carsten Rachfahl

First Windows Server 2012 Cluster/Hyper-V related Patches by Didier van Hoye

Quick Walkthrough on App-V 5 Deployment by Lai Yoong Seng

Windows Server Core:

Windows Server 2012 Deduplication Results In A Small Environment by Didier van Hoye

Clustered Shared Volumes (2.0) in Windows Server 2012 by Kristian Nese

System Center: 

Infrastructure Planning & Design Guide For OpsMgr 2012 by Aidan Finn

Integrando Solicitações de Aplicativos do SCCM 2012 com o SCSM 2012 in Portuguese by Marcelo Sicnic

Windows 8: 

Windows 8 VDA Licensing For VDI by Aidan Finn

No Mistakes This Time, Mr. Eurocrat – The Windows 8 Browser Chooser by Aidan Finn

Microsoft Core: 

Reminder – Add Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 To Your Patching System by Aidan Finn

Very Important Note on Multichannel & Failover Clusters by Aidan Finn

KB2575625 – W2008 R2 Cluster Starts Failover After 80 Seconds When You Shutdown Active Node by Aidan Finn


Dell Storage Forum 2012 Paris – Fluid Forward Think Tank by Didier van Hoye

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