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Log Off (Log Out) of Windows Server 2012 or Windows 8 Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete then select Sign Out Log Off of Terminal Session on Windows Server 2012 or Windows 8 If you are connected via RDP (Remote Desktop Client) Press Ctrl-Alt-End then select Sign Out You will notice on the screen you can also LOCK the computer or bring up task manager To Shutdown,  Sleep, or restart Press WindowKey + C {for the Charms menu} - Settings - Press the Power button on the popup menu and pick either sleep, restart or shutdown Please Watch my blog http://itproguru.com for many more tips. Build Your Lab! Download Windows Server 2012 Don't Have a Server? Build Your Lab in the Cloud with Windows Azure Virtual Machines Want to Get Certified? Join our Windows Server 2012 "Early Experts" Study Group ... (more)

TechNet Radio: ITProGuru vs. Servers in the Sky

Dan Stolts welcomes Microsoft Windows Azure MVP, Bill Wilder to the show as they discuss Windows Azure and its new offerings in the area of Infrastructure as a Service or Azure Virtual Machines. Tune in they discuss a bevy of topics from which operating systems and servers are supported for you to spin up a VM in, to how these servers in the sky can communicate with your on-premise servers and how the other services within Azure can provide a holistic solution for all of your IT and business needs. You can view the video at: TechNet Radio: ITProGuru vs. Servers in the Sky After ... (more)

Top 10 Reasons Not to Fear PowerShell 3.0 for Windows Server 2012

Fear not, there are really only three things you NEED to REMEMBER about PowerShell.  However we did not want to stop there.  In this video Blain Barton Interviews PowerShell scripting book authors and experts for their top 10  Reasons NOT to Fear PowerShell 3.0 for Windows Server 2012.  In this fun {not so frightful} way they discuss the basics in an incredibly easy way to understand. Video can be viewed from: Top 10 Reasons NOT to Fear PowerShell 3.0 for Windows Server 2012 on TechNet Radio Featuring: Matt Hester (Author:   Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration Ins... (more)

Thirty-One Days of Servers (VMs) in the Cloud

Happy New Year!!!! For the New Year all of my IT Pro teammates across the country wanted to get together and talk about 31 things we love and want to teach about having Servers (VMs) in the Cloud.  Throughout this month we are going to be talking about Windows Azure IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).  Windows Azure now offers a new feature currently in customer preview called Virtual Machines & Virtual Networks.  This new functionality provides Windows Azure with an IaaS (Cloud) platform for you to deploy your own virtual machines.  In Windows Azure IaaS you can easily deploy an... (more)

Microsoft Virtual Academy

Are you interested in more free Microsoft training? If so, pay attention... Microsoft Virtual Academy Microsoft Virtual Academy allows you to Improve your IT skill set and help advance your career with a free, easy to access training portal. Learn at your own pace, focusing on Microsoft technologies, gain points and get recognition. There are lots of topics and tracks to choose from. Some of the topics you will find: Clustering Windows Client Private Cloud Hyper-V Office 365 Public Cloud System Center Virtual Machine Manager... IaaS Windows Phone Virtualization PaaS Window... (more)