No, really, just install RSAT, go to %SystemRoot\System32% and run dcpromo. Yeah, of course I’m kidding. No, dcpromo exists in the folder, but you cannot make it turn your workstation into a DC: Still I don’t get it: why do I need it then? =)
Yeah, the guys have done really important job: from now on you don’t need to think what direction a battery has to go to to your device. Instaload technology is a very simple (as any brilliant idea): just place two contacts on each side of a battery slot instead of one. Now just put your battery as it is positioned in your hand and enjoy. The only ingenious device to invent must grant you the same ability in case you need put several battery in a row
Very short and funny screen cast about what a person shouldn’t do, even if he or she excessively fond of virtualization. For example: virtualization of every DC in AD, based on virtual servers, joined that domain or MS SC VMM virtualized on a farm which it manages.