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  • Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Containers
    Windows Server 2016 Feature Highlight: Containers
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    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
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    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
  • Nano Server Details Emerge At Build 2015
    Nano Server Details Emerge At Build 2015
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    At Microsoft's Build 2015, Jeffrey Snover discusses one of the most talked about, yet least understood releases coming with the next version of Windows Server: Nano Server. Read More
  • Adaptiva Announces OneSite 5.0 For Windows 10
    Adaptiva Announces OneSite 5.0 For Windows 10
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    Adaptiva announces a Windows 10 compatible version of its leading System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) add-on solution, OneSite 5.0. Read More
  • Microsoft Nano Server And Container Support For Windows vNext And Hyper-V
    Microsoft Nano Server And Container Support For Windows vNext And Hyper-V
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    With a focus on all things cloud, Microsoft announced Nano Server and container support for Windows Server vNext and Hyper-V, offering IT pros and developers additional capabilities, flexibility, and better security. Read More
  • How To Automate File Hash Check With PowerShell
    How To Automate File Hash Check With PowerShell
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    File hash checking allows you to ensure that the files you copy are 100 percent the same. When copying hundreds or thousands of files, you can automate file hash check with PowerShell -- here's how. Read More
  • How To Maintain A Daily Work Log With PowerShell
    How To Maintain A Daily Work Log With PowerShell
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    Tracking your work tasks can be a chore. But what if you can make the process a bit more automated with PowerShell? Here's a handy PowerShell script that will help you keep track of your daily activities with ease. Read More
  • Microsoft Patches Major Flaw In Windows Infrastructure
    Microsoft Patches Major Flaw In Windows Infrastructure
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    Microsoft reveals a fix for a major OS design flaw. Read More
  • Save Time By Using CSV Instead Of Excel With PowerShell
    Save Time By Using CSV Instead Of Excel With PowerShell
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    When reading data with PowerShell, a CSV file is a much less complicated (and faster!) solution than an Excel spreadsheet. Here's how the two differ and how you can save time by using a plain-text CSV file. Read More
  • Windows 365 Trademark Application Hints At Windows 10 Subscription Model
    Windows 365 Trademark Application Hints At Windows 10 Subscription Model
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    Microsoft trademark Windows 365 hints at a rental model for the core OS. Read More
  • Don't Let Pending Reboots Get In The Way Of Your Work
    Don't Let Pending Reboots Get In The Way Of Your Work
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    This PowerShell script will help you save time by automating reboots and running your scripts. It will also prevent potential downtime if the file you're executing conflicts with a pending reboot operation. Read More
  • End of Windows 7 General Support Has Arrived
    End of Windows 7 General Support Has Arrived
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    Windows 7 general support has now ended. What's next and what happens to those Windows XP stragglers? Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Taking Advantage Of Utility Cmdlets
    PowerShell Basics: Taking Advantage Of Utility Cmdlets
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    This PowerShell tutorial shows you how to take advantage of the Write-Host, Read-Host, Get-History, Send-MailMessage, Start-Transcript, and other utility cmdlets. Read More
  • How To Set Up And Use X11 Forwarding On Linux And Mac
    How To Set Up And Use X11 Forwarding On Linux And Mac
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    X11 forwarding can be useful when a GUI is required, especially for system and configuration tools that don't have a CLI interface. Here's how to set up and use X11 Forwarding on Linux and Mac. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Programming With Loops
    PowerShell Basics: Programming With Loops
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    In this PowerShell tutorial we show you how to use the For loop, ForEach-Object loop, and the While, Do-While and Do-Until loops. Read More
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