Archive for February, 2005

Performance for VPC

Wednesday, February 16th, 2005

Michael Kalbe, who is a Security Evangelist at Microsoft Germany, has published a Tipp how to improve the performance of Virtual PCs by disabling the Realtime Virusscanner on the processes and files. See his German Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/mkalbe/archive/2005/02/16/374490.aspx. There are a few more things I’m aware off (and I was working with VMWare and VPC […]

ADS in this Directory Services blog – is that Offtopic?

Wednesday, February 16th, 2005

Some people are thinking that ADS is the acronym of Active Directory Services. I don’t like that – it was used during and right after the Windows 2000 beta – however I haven’t heard a official reference lately and I don’t like it. Active Directory is not a service, and not a suite of services. […]

Two other blogs I added to my own list recently

Monday, February 14th, 2005

Daniel Melanchthon – a former MVP for  Exchange Server, has recently joined Microsoft Germany as Evangelist (Technologieberater) for Exchange. He also started to blog – read it at http://blogs.msdn.com/dmelanchthon. Everytime I meet him we enjoy great conversations – it’s always nice to geektalk. Yesterday we recognized that we have a somewhat similar background – we both started in the IT-Field […]

Training – training – training

Friday, February 11th, 2005

As MCT I love to train and talk about technologies. But my job is working as senior consultant in the Microsoft area – mainly migrations, scenarios for solutions and speaking about technologies. However during those project I’m also training customers, and I’m also training our own technicians and consultants. But right now it’s kind of […]

Time to Blog: Exam 70-298 Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network

Friday, February 11th, 2005

I just realized that I haven’t blogged for a while, and that I missed to write about some topics which I’d consider as interesting. I won’t put everything in one post – and I won’t write everything tonight – don’t worry. First thing: I had one exam voucher to expire by the end of 2004, […]