Microsoft releases infrastructure updates for server products

SearchWinIT.com recaps the most important Windows stories of the past week in the latest edition of our Windows Week in Review podcast.


SearchWinIT.com's Brendan Cournoyer recaps the most important Windows stories of the past week in the latest edition of our Windows Week in Review podcast. This week, hear about what Microsoft says to expect from Windows Server 2008, formerly known as Longhorn, as well as the changes that could be on the way for Patch Tuesday.

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  • (0:27) What to expect from Windows Server 2008
  • (3:24) Viridian hypervisor beta 1 coming next year
  • (4:02) Vista offers enhanced device driver support
  • (4:51) Office 2007 to include zero-day exploit tool
  • (6:07) Patch update changes coming earlier than expected
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  • Windows Longhorn public beta spurs flurry of downloads: IT managers can expect at least one release candidate before Windows Server 2008, previously known as Longhorn Server, is released to manufacturing this year.

  • Microsoft touts server hardware improvements: IT managers can expect at least one release candidate before Windows Server 2008, previously known as Longhorn Server, is released to manufacturing this year.

  • This was last published in April 2008

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