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John Keller

John has been in the IT profession for over 20 years along with being certified in both Comptia Security + (2008 edition) and a MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) on Both Windows XP & Server 2003 Administration, He currently works as an Windows System Administrator for Northrop Grumman in the Greater Los Angeles Area and manages 3 Windows Active Directory Private Networks (Two 2008 R2 and One 2012 R2) along With 2 VMware EXSI 5.5 Servers in the US. He has been an avid fan and follower of Windows Home Server (Now the Essentials Role of Windows Server) and Visualization Since 2009. He is currently trying to exploit the full potential of Microsoft's Windows Server Operating System to the Home & Small to Medium Business Community along with the power of Visualization. When not being a Nerd and a Geek he likes to watch Movies, Read Comic Books, and most importantly spend time with his family.

How To Run VMware Server On Windows Home Server 2011

In this guide, we will show you how to install and run VMWare Server On Windows Home Server 2011.

Extending Your System Partition of your Primary Hard Drive on SBS 2011 Essentials or WHS 2011 Server

Do you want, or need to extend your System Partition of your Primary Hard Drive on SBS 2011 Essentials or WHS 2011 Server. Then take a look at this how to guide.

Extending the Activation Grace Period in WHS 2011 and SBS 2011 Essentials

Do you need to extend the Activation grace period for Windows Home Server 2011 or Small Business Essentials? Then this is the guide for you.

Step By Step Bare Metal Install of A Windows Home Server 2011

This guide will provide a Step by Step Tutorial of a Bare Metal Install or even a Re-Install of A Windows Home Server 2011 Server.

Installing SQL 2008 R2 Express with Management Tools on Windows Home Server 2011

If you want to know how to install and run SQL 2008 R2 Express on your Windows Home Server 2011 box, read on.

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