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  • , 02-03-2017

    Microsoft have announced that VC++ 2005 is no longer patched so we would like to remove it. On several systems all versions of VC++ are installed so how do I know if it is safe to remove just the VC++ 2005.

     

    Anyone that have looked at this issue?

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    , 03-01-2017

    This is question is not related to this forum please do contact MSDN forums.

     

    https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/home?forum=vcgeneral


    Jesper Stein wrote:

    Microsoft have announced that VC++ 2005 is no longer patched so we would like to remove it. On several systems all versions of VC++ are installed so how do I know if it is safe to remove just the VC++ 2005.

     

    Anyone that have looked at this issue?


  • I really love nano server, it is small and cool, we could install it fast and it really shine when connect and manage using Azure. But a lot of job need to be done for private cloud scenario in relation to UX and UI and day to day management of nano serve

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    , 02-28-2017

    Hi Reza,

     

    Since your description of your private cloud scenario has included System Center solution where some of the System Center solution has a requirement of being installed in Windows Server with full graphical desktop environment, you can manage your NanoServer using those Windows Server with full graphical desktop environment as the management server with remote connectivity to manage the NanoServer using Server Manager, Hyper-V Management Tools, Failover Clustering Tools, PowerShell Remoting, DHCP Server Tools (to configure PXE response), Windows Deployment Services Tool (for responding PXE request to deliver the *.WIM for deployment).

    For a single click deployment, it will be best for you to investigate System Center Configuration Manager's capability or Windows Deployment Services capability in delivering the image with a scripted deployment.

    Hope it helps. :)

  • , 02-24-2017

    This session was presented by Ben Armstrong at Ignite Australia 2017. 

     

    Windows Containers are coming in Windows Server 2016. But what are they? What should you do with them? And why should you care? This session will focus on providing crisp examples of

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  • , 02-13-2017

    Hi!

    I have new print server on Server 2016 and mix of HP, Samsung and Canon printers. Samsung printer is working fine. Canon printers are working fine. One HP printer is working fine because it is using host based driver and getting settings from print ser

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    , 02-22-2017
    Hi Intis,
    I'm assuming you're using the latest drivers by HP for this.
    Just for the sake of troubleshooting - any chance you've tried installing any of the printers that are using the problematic driver locally on a Windows 10 1607 machine?
    It will be easier to move forward if we narrow down this issue to client or server.

    What I think should happen is that you will see the same problem with the printer installed and connected locally. Let's make sure that's the case.
  • Does anyone have a list of the changes made in the 1607 GPO update?

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    , 02-22-2017
    I'm not sure about a list of all the changes, but if you have specific areas you're interested in I might be able to help.
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