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  • Active Directory Security with Group Management Tools
    Active Directory Security with Group Management Tools
    in Buying Guide
    Third party Active Directory group management tools can help mitigate some of the security concerns that are inherent in AD by offering better visibility and management of AD groups. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Managing Files and Folders
    PowerShell Basics: Managing Files and Folders
    in How-To
    Every SysAdmin has to deal with managing files and folders. For tasks that are repetitive or applied to multiple files, you can save time by using PowerShell to automate some of this work. Read More
  • Thecus Offers SMBs Atom-Based Windows Storage Servers
    Thecus Offers SMBs Atom-Based Windows Storage Servers
    in News
    Thecus introduces new scaled-down NAS devices for the SMB market. Read More
  • How to Setup and Configure DNS in Windows Server 2012
    How to Setup and Configure DNS in Windows Server 2012
    in How-To
    Learn how to install and configure the DNS Server Role in Windows Server 2012. Read More
  • Active Directory Group Management: Tips & Best Practices
    Active Directory Group Management: Tips & Best Practices
    in Feature
    Here are some common security problems that come with group management in Active Directory and best practices to keep in mind. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Managing Active Directory
    PowerShell Basics: Managing Active Directory
    in How-To
    Learn how to manage Active Directory with PowerShell using the ADSI accelerator, the Quest Active Directory Snapin, Active Directory PSDrive, as well as some default PowerShell cmdlets you can find in the AD module. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Managing Remote Servers & Sessions
    PowerShell Basics: Managing Remote Servers & Sessions
    in How-To
    PowerShell remoting offers efficiency and performance advantages that are worth taking a look at. Here's how you can get started with remote sessions so you can efficiently manage thousands of servers across the globe. Read More
  • Violin Expands Windows Flash Array Line; Adds Infiniband, 10GbE
    Violin Expands Windows Flash Array Line; Adds Infiniband, 10GbE
    in News
    Violin Memory added four new members to its Windows Flash Array family, including support for Infiniband and 10GbE. Read More
  • IronKey Windows To Go Flash Drive: FIPS 140-2 Compliant
    IronKey Windows To Go Flash Drive: FIPS 140-2 Compliant
    in News
    The ability to secure protected information to the level expected by government agencies is only made worse by BYOD, telecommuting, and contractor outsourcing. Here are some options in the BYOD security space. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Objects, Piping, Filtering And More
    PowerShell Basics: Objects, Piping, Filtering And More
    in How-To
    PowerShell objects, piping and filtering allow you to take PowerShell cmdlets to the next level. Here's how to use objects, piping and filtering along with some notes on best practices. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Help, Cmdlet Discovery And Object Exploration
    PowerShell Basics: Help, Cmdlet Discovery And Object Exploration
    in How-To
    PowerShell's help feature, accessed through the Get-Help cmdlet, is one of the most helpful tools for PowerShell users. Learn how to use Help, cmdlet discovery and object exploration. Read More
  • How And Why To Use .Reg Files In Windows 8.1
    How And Why To Use .Reg Files In Windows 8.1
    in How-To
    The purpose of .reg files is to merge or commit settings into the registry. This article will assist you in using .reg files in Windows 8.1. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Intro To Tools, Commands and Modules
    PowerShell Basics: Intro To Tools, Commands and Modules
    in How-To
    PowerShell is a powerful automation and configuration management framework that enables systems administrators to be more productive by automating repetitive, tedious tasks. If you're new to PowerShell, start with the basics of tools, cmdlets and modules. Read More
  • How To Create And Edit The Windows 8.1 .Reg File
    How To Create And Edit The Windows 8.1 .Reg File
    in How-To
    The Windows Registry stores your configuration settings and options in Windows 8.1. In this how-to we'll go through some handy tips and techniques for creating and editing Windows 8.1 .reg files. Read More
  • Windows 8.1 Administrative Shares
    Windows 8.1 Administrative Shares
    in How-To
    Using The admin$ share was once a widely used way to access a Windows machine's file system, but over the years Microsoft has locked this feature down, out-of-the-box. Let's look at some ways to get around this. Read More
  • 8 Windows 8.1 Improvements Your End Users Will Love
    8 Windows 8.1 Improvements Your End Users Will Love
    in Slideshow
    Here are 8 Windows 8.1 end user features and improvements worth checking out. Read More
  • How to Index Files in Windows 8.1 to Speed Up Searches
    How to Index Files in Windows 8.1 to Speed Up Searches
    in How-To
    Tuned correctly, the Windows 8.1 index service can speed up searches significantly. It can also slow down your Windows 8.1 machine, and we show you how to avoid that. Read More
  • Mastering Windows 8.1 File Search
    Mastering Windows 8.1 File Search
    in How-To
    The file search function in Windows 8.1 is more powerful than ever. Here are a few tips & tricks for mastering the 'Search Results' box in Windows 8.1 so you can find your files more easily. Read More
  • Windows 8.1: Sleep And Hibernation Settings
    Windows 8.1: Sleep And Hibernation Settings
    in How-To
    The sleep and hibernation settings in Windows 8.1 offer a lot of options. We'll look at the differences in sleep and hibernation, how to find power settings in Windows 8.1 and troubleshoot related problems. Read More
  • Microsoft Gets Around DaaS with Azure RemoteApp
    Microsoft Gets Around DaaS with Azure RemoteApp
    in News
    Microsoft's Azure RemoteApp (codename Mohoro) is not a DaaS solution, but that's OK. The technology, available in preview, is a scalable application delivery platform ideal for Windows shops. Read More
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