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  • Puppet Continues Focus On Windows Server Environments With New DSC, WSUS Modules
    Puppet Continues Focus On Windows Server Environments With New DSC, WSUS Modules
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    Puppet announced two new Windows modules for PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). Read More
  • Windows 10 In The Enterprise: Getting Started With Windows ICD
    Windows 10 In The Enterprise: Getting Started With Windows ICD
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    The Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (ICD) is a fantastic customization tool for Windows 10 that can be extremely helpful in identifying whether or not your environment is ready for Windows 10. Read More
  • 10 Reasons IT Pros Should Embrace Windows 10
    10 Reasons IT Pros Should Embrace Windows 10
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    What does Windows 10 have to offer to IT professionals? Here's what the new OS brings to the table in terms of security, deployment, management, performance and more. Read More
  • Windows 10 Is Here. What About Windows 10 Certifications?
    Windows 10 Is Here. What About Windows 10 Certifications?
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    When can IT professionals expect to see Windows 10 certifications and supporting study materials? The answer is soon, but not too soon. Read More
  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Nano Server
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Nano Server
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    Microsoft's strong focus on all things cloud has led to the introduction of Nano Server, a stripped down version of Windows Server 2016 that's designed specifically for cloud environments. Read More
  • How To Install And Configure Hyper-V On Windows Server 2012 R2 With PowerShell
    How To Install And Configure Hyper-V On Windows Server 2012 R2 With PowerShell
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    Sure, you can use a GUI to click-click-click your way through the installation and configuration of Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 R2. Or you can automate the whole process with PowerShell -- here's how. Read More
  • Support For Windows Server 2003 Ends Today
    Support For Windows Server 2003 Ends Today
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    Microsoft ended service for its long-standing Windows Server 2003 operating system. Read More
  • Free Windows 10 Training For IT Pros Now Available On MVA
    Free Windows 10 Training For IT Pros Now Available On MVA
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    Windows 10 is coming soon, and IT pros can get a training head start with a new -- and free -- course offered by Microsoft Virtual Academy. Read More
  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Active Directory
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Active Directory
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    With a continued focus on cloud, Active Directory Windows Server 2016 will see some important improvements. Here's what's new in AD Domain Services, Federation Services, Time Synchronization and more. Read More
  • Introduction to the Power of PowerShell DSC
    Introduction to the Power of PowerShell DSC
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    Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a powerful automation tool for both Windows and Linux environments. Here are the top three reasons you should use DSC and how you can leverage it within your organization. Read More
  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Hyper-V
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Hyper-V
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    Microsoft continues to make improvements to Hyper-V and the enhancements in Windows Server 2016 will expand on current functionalities while introducing some new ones, including key security features for both cloud and on-prem environments. Read More
  • 7 Tips For Breaking Up With Windows Server 2003
    7 Tips For Breaking Up With Windows Server 2003
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    Windows Server 2003 support is ending July 14, 2015. What does this mean for you? If you're having trouble breaking up with Server 2003, here are some tips on how you can make a smooth transition. Read More
  • How To Resolve Active Directory Account Lockouts With PowerShell
    How To Resolve Active Directory Account Lockouts With PowerShell
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    How do you track and resolve a locked Active Directory account? This article explains what events take place, how to find specific events, and how to parse events to figure out a source computer. Read More
  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Containers
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Containers
    in Analysis
    Microsoft is a whole new company, embracing open source technologies that improve efficiency, management and add value through new capabilities. One of the upcoming additions to Windows Server 2016 is container support. Read More
  • How To Manage SQL Server Users With PowerShell
    How To Manage SQL Server Users With PowerShell
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    PowerShell can help you manage hundreds of SQL server accounts, without the SQL Server Management Studio. Here's how to use PowerShell scripts to manage SQL users. Read More
  • How To Find And Add DNS Record Permissions With PowerShell
    How To Find And Add DNS Record Permissions With PowerShell
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    Organizations using Active Directory for their DNS service should take advantage of Windows PowerShell to manage bulk permission changes. This how-to will walk you through finding DNS object ACLs and adding DNS object ACEs. Read More
  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Storage Replica
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Storage Replica
    in Analysis
    Microsoft has given us plenty of clues on Windows Server 2016. We're taking a closer look at the new functionality IT admins will be able to take advantage of in the new Windows Server 2016 Storage Replica feature. Read More
  • How And When To Create And Use PowerShell Modules
    How And When To Create And Use PowerShell Modules
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    PowerShell modules allow you to combine multiple scripts to simplify code management, accessibility and sharing. In this how-to we define what makes a module, when you need to create one along with the step-by-step process of creating and using modules. Read More
  • Microsoft Announces New Windows Update Strategy For Business
    Microsoft Announces New Windows Update Strategy For Business
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    Distribution rings allow end users (or more likely IT Pros) to define whether to prioritize stability or new features by placing computers in the slow or fast ring, respectively. Read More
  • What Devs Need To Know About Windows 10 App Model
    What Devs Need To Know About Windows 10 App Model
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    Here is a rundown of what developers need to know about developing applications for Windows 10 using the new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and AppX. Read More
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