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The job of securing the Windows enterprise never
ends. With news and advice on topics like Network Access Protection
and locking down Hyper-V, this Windows Digest offers resources to
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File System (DFS) Tutorial
Find resources on Microsoft's Distributed File System, including
troubleshooting tips and best practices for working with DFS
Replication, DFS Namespace and more.
Considering a Hyper-V deployment? Check out this collection of tips,
book excerpts and video presentations for a better understanding of Microsoft's virtualization technology.
Server 2008 Learning Guide
Here you'll find tips, videos and more covering the top features and
improvements included with Windows Server 2008, as well as info to
help you plan your migration..
Professional Enterprise IT Management
a successful Windows or IT project is about managing people.
Browse our collection of links and tips to find out how you
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School for Windows admins
SearchWindowsServer.com's Scripitng School archive
with Christa Anderson. Christa is an expert on the subject
of Windows administrative scripting, and her bi-monthly
columns explore the ways that admins can use scripts to
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Server 2008 Learning Guide This Windows 2008 guide
features tips, videos and more covering the top features and
improvements included with the OS, as well as info to help you
plan your migration.
Deploying Microsoft Service Packs Service Packs are a compilation of bug fixes and
updates to the code base of Microsoft's operating systems
(Windows NT/2000/XP) or applications (Office, Exchange, SQL).
They are suppose to improve stability and enhance security, but
Microsoft's service packs have been known to create some serious problems of their
own, and can wreck havoc on your network. Before you jump right in
and deploy Windows 2000
Service Pack 3 or Windows
XP Service Pack 1 in your environment, take a minute to review
our best practices for testing and deploying Microsoft Service
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