Here's a free eBook on Windows Server 2012, which has been out there for a while now.
But if like me you are just now preparing for your certifications then its a great resource.
You can grab your self a copy in one of these formats:
PDF - Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition - PDF ebook
EPUB – Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition – ePub format
MOBI – Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition – MOBI format (for Kindle)
PS: its also available for free at the Kindle Store for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone
There's nothing like sitting at the couch watching TV and having a tablet or a smartphone on one hand where you can RDP your VM's and launch a live migration to an SMB file share :)
Well I've trying out some apps on Android and iPhone (still waiting on my WP8 phone) and here are my recomendations:
Clean interface, simple connection settings, really enoyed it.
Also simple to connect, very fluid to navigate.
Too bad it has ads and the screen doesnt rotate automatically when you rotate your iPhone.
This post is just a quick note to let you know about a great post by Harold Wong that describes in a simple way and in just a few easy to follow steps how to create a bootable Windows 8 VHD.
The whole process is valid for Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 or higher hosts and although the original post describes how to create a Windows 8 bootable VHD, the process is pretty much the for Windows Server 2012.
So go ahead and visit the post here.
Creating a new PowerShell session to administer remotely your Office 365 domains and users couldn't be easier.
And Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) makes it even easier since you can write and save your scripts using a single Windows-based graphic user interface.
To connect remotely to Office 365 just launch a new PowerShell command prompt and execute the following commands:
$LiveCred = Get-Credential
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential $LiveCred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection
Once you're done, just close the session using the following command:
Alternatively just use the attached script on PowerShell ISE.