Rick Claus engages with the worldwide Technical Community on behalf of Microsoft. Rick's role is to support platform awareness for Windows Server and skills development through special events targeting the broad community.
Technical areas of expertise from his 20+ years of experience in the IT Industry include: Windows Server, core infrastructure services, Virtualization technologies of all kinds, and systems management.
Unofficially, Rick is focused on spreading his enthusiasm, passion and excitement on all things technical to anyone who has the time for a coffee (or pint) and a chat (in English or français - naturellement).
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Category Archives: Windows Server 8
I was delivering a quick session on the wonder that is Multi-Server Management for WIndows Server 2012 and I got asked the question – What Ports are required to be open when managing a system remotely. ARGH… I always forget … Continue reading
I was on point for The Edge Show recently and decided to talk with my buddy Zach Alexander a PM on the Group Policy team on what’s new and cool in Group Policy these days. Three things immediately came to … Continue reading
An unexpected slowdown issue had me baffled a not too long ago with timeouts to online services, web surfing, network access – generally everything had delays in starting / connecting. For the life of me, I couldn’t figure out why. … Continue reading
Looks like I am batting “CleanUp” for the Window Server Track here at TechEd New Zealand. I’m the last session before the farewell drinks and the official conference closure. I do have one trick up my sleeve to ensure people … Continue reading