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What's in Windows Server 2008 R2 for IT Administrators: A Technical Overview Part 2Presenter nameTitledate1AgendaServer Core ImprovementsIIS 7.5Windows Server 2008 R2 OverviewScalability ImprovementsBetter Together with Windows 7 (DirectAccess and BranchCache)Remote Desktop Services2Technology Investment AreasHyper-V 2.0 Live migrationRemote Desktop ServicesVirtualizationInternet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 and integrated extensions .NET on Server CoreConfiguration tracingService-oriented architectureWebPower managementActive Directory Administrative CenterWindows PowerShell 2.0Best Practices AnalyzerManagementSolid Foundation for Enterprise WorkloadsDirectAccessBranchCacheAppLockerEnhanced Group PoliciesBitLocker on removable drivesBetter Together with Windows 7>64 Core supportcomponentizationScalability3Server, Server Roles (for example only)ServerWith .NetFx, Shell, Tools, etc.Server CoreSecurity, TCP/IP, File Systems, RPC,plus other Core Server Sub-SystemsServer Core Server Roles and Optional FeaturesDNSDHCPADFileADLDSPrintMedia ServerIISHyper-V.NET2.0.NET3/3.5PSASP.NETCert ServerTSADFSWDSetcGUI, Shell, IE, Media, Mail, Etc.

Windows Server 2008 R2Core architectureWoW644Sconfig

New script to ease initial configuration5Windows Server CoreA Tourdemo6Changes to IIS in Windows Server 2008 R2ASP.net on Server CoreIntegrated Windows PowerShell ProviderIntegrated FTP and WebDAVNew IIS Manager ModulesConfiguration Logging and TracingExtended Protection and Security

7Changes to IIS in Windows Server 2008 R2ASP.net on Server CoreIntegrated Windows PowerShell ProviderIntegrated FTP and WebDAVNew IIS Manager ModulesConfiguration Logging and TracingExtended Protection and Security

8Windows PowerShellSimplifies IIS Administration

Working with Web sitesManaging configurationManaging virtual directories, applications, application poolsWorking with run time data9Windows PowerShell (Notes)Simplifies IIS Administration

Working with Web sitesManaging configurationManaging virtual directories, applications, application poolsWorking with run time data10IIS 7.5 Streaming MediaA Tourdemo11True multiple monitor support Multimedia support & bi-direction audioEnhanced bitmap remoting for Flash, PPT, Silverlight etc.RemoteApp & desktop connectionsRemoteApp, desktop & Web accessRD gateway security improvementsNew Key Features in Remote Desktop ServicesHyper-V support for virtual desktopsSingle discovery, broker & publishing infrastructureSCVMM supportRDS & VDI an Integrated SolutionRemote Access ApplicationFull Fidelity RemoteApp & DesktopsPlatform & Management ImprovementsNew API, connection broker extensibility, Windows Powershell support, Best Practices Analyzer, full MSI support

NEW

IMPROVED

12True multiple monitor support Multimedia support & bi-direction audio2-D and 3-D remoting for DirectXRemoteApp & desktop connectionsRemoteApp, desktop & Web accessRD gateway security improvementsPresentation Virtualization (RDS)Hyper-V support for virtual desktopsSingle discovery, broker & publishing infrastructureVirtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) integration & supportTS and VDIAn Integrated SolutionFull Fidelity RemoteApp & DesktopsImproved User ExperiencePlatform ImprovementsNew API, connection broker extensibility, dynamic CPU allocation, IP address virtualization, Best Practices Analyzer, full MSI support13True multiple monitor support Multimedia support & bi-direction audio2-D and 3-D remoting for DirectXRemoteApp & desktop connectionsRemoteApp, desktop & Web accessRD gateway security improvementsPresentation Virtualization (RDS) - NotesHyper-V support for virtual desktopsSingle discovery, broker & publishing infrastructureVirtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) integration & supportTS and VDIAn Integrated SolutionFull Fidelity RemoteApp & DesktopsImproved User ExperiencePlatform ImprovementsNew API, connection broker extensibility, dynamic CPU allocation, IP address virtualization, Best Practices Analyzer, full MSI support14Remote Desktop Services and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Remote Desktop Connection Broker

TS-BasedRemote Desktop

Hyper-V-BasedRemote Desktop

Virtual Machine Management (SCvirtual machineM)

15Scalability EnhancementsRun the largest workloads and fully utilize multi-core servers with a single Windows 2008 R2 server instanceGet standard workloads to function with fewer locks and greater parallelismSupport more than 64 processor cores for a single operating system instance Reduced overhead for Hyper-V, and improved storage performanceComponentization - Improvements to Server CoreSupport more roles and broaden current role support (e.g., the addition of ASP.net within IIS)Windows PowerShell scripting in Server Core.NET framework on Server core, which in turn should drive app support16Remote Access For Mobile WorkersMake Users Productive AnywhereDifficult for users to access corporate resources from outside the officeChallenging for IT to manage, update, patch mobile PCs while disconnected from company networkSituation TodayNew network paradigm enables same experience inside & outside the officeSeamless access to network resources increases productivity of mobile usersInfrastructure investments also make it easy to service mobile PCs and distribute updates and polices

OfficeHome

Windows Server 2008 R2 & Windows 7 Solution

OfficeHome

17DirectAccessMore Than Just Remote AccessAlways OnImproved productivityNot user initiatedSimplified connectivityManage Out"Light up" remote clientsDecreases patch miss ratesApplies GPOs to remote machinesAccess PoliciesPre-logon health checks and remediationReplaces modal "connect-time" health checksFull NAP integrationProtected TransactionsSupports authenticated transactions and encrypted transactionsAuthentication and encryption mitigate many attacksVPNs connect the user to the networkDirectAccess extends the network to the user18DirectAccessFoundationsConnectivity: IPv6Data Protection: IPsecName Resolution:DNS & NRPT19

SSL-VPN

Windows 7

Windows 7

ManagedIPv6

Windows VistaWindows XPNon-Windows

PDAUnmanagedIPv6IPv4Windows Server 2008 R2

IPv6

Non-Windows ServerLegacyApplicationServerWindows Server 2003IPv4

DirectAccess ServerSSL-VPNExtends access to line of business servers with IPv4 supportAccess for down-level & non-Windows ClientsEnhances scalability and managementSimplifies deployment and registrationHardened edge solutions

Always OnUAG & DirectAccessBetter Together

20BranchCacheRecommended for branches without a branch server Easy to deployenabled on clients through Group PolicyCache availability decreases with laptops that go offlineCache stored centrally - existing Windows Server 2008 R2 in the branchCache availability is highEnables branch-wide cachingIncreased reliabilityHosted CacheData Cached at the Host ServerDistributed CacheData Cached in the Cache Pool

Enterprise

21Better Together With Windows 7DirectAccess, BranchCache and MoreAgile VPNAppLockerRead-only DFSMore efficient client power managementDesktop and application virtualization feedsBitLocker encryption on removable drivesRemote Workspace, Presentation Virtualization and Remote Desktop Services Gateway combine for native desktop experience on public Windows 7 computers22Better TogetherWindows Server 2008 R2 & Windows 7demo23Learn More About Windows Server 2008 R2Technical ResourcesThe New Efficiency Virtual Launch Experience www.thenewefficiency.com Windows Server 2008 R2 evaluation www.microsoft.com/ws08eval Windows Server TechCenter http://technet.microsoft.com/windowsserver Get Hands on TrainingTraining OffersExclusive for Launch Attendees www.microsoft.com/learning/careeroffersWindows Server 2008 Learning Resources www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/en/us/learning.aspx Community ResourcesWindows Server Division blog http://blogs.technet.com/windowsserver/Windows Virtualization Team blog http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/ Windows Server forums http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver 24 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.25