Studs and Duds in the Windows Server 2008 R2 Feature Set |

Posted: April 12, 2011 in Windows Server
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Greg Shields has written an interesting article looking at some of the winners and loosers from the W2K8R2 feature set 2 years down the road from release.

Nearly two years have passed since Windows Server 2008 R2 was released. Lauded by some (this analyst included) as Microsoft’s first R2 release containing functionality that businesses actually need, the version has also been greeted with a healthy and steady increase in market share.

But while R2 is so much more than just a rollup of patches and updates, it stands to reason that some of its new features are far more successful than others. Although every OS version adds new capabilities, which of R2’s features are the real studs, and which could be considered duds by comparison?

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