Five Things About Windows Server 2008 You Might Not Know
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I learn new things every day. Sometimes they're really totally new and, of course, occasionally they're things I had forgotten or kind of knew, but the new part casts new light on the idea. Then there are those rare moments in which I have a "blinding flash of the obvious" and get the big picture on something, like when the tenth time you visit a new city things really start to connect.

Here five things about Windows Server 2008 that are the less obvious, more esoteric, yet useful features or quirks. You probably knew that Windows Server 2008 is really Windows NT 6.0; so I'll save that for the "things you probably already know" list. The following is a brief list of some things that I tend to assume that many people know, and I am constantly amazed by clients and students who really don't know them. How many do you already know? Were any or all of these new to you? We'd love to hear from you.

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