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  1. Planning your Server Farm (Part 2)

    Welcome to part two of how to plan your server farm and other tips to consider when building Windows Server 2003 systems to serve your network users. Deploying a server can be a chore, especially when it comes to planning. There are many things to consider. In this article we will look at how to verify your plan, and then... Read More

  2. Troubleshooting Startup Problems

    This article examines a number of common problems associated with booting Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 systems and offers tips on how to resolve them... Read More

  3. 802.11b vs. Bluetooth

    The match is on! Which technology will come out on top, or will the points be shared? In this article we’ll take a look at 802.11b as opposed to Bluetooth. I’ll give you a background and point out the advantages and disadvantages of each so that you can make a decision for yourself. Once you have read this article you... Read More

  4. Planning your Server Farm (Part 1)

    In this series of articles, we will cover all that you will need to consider when planning to deploy a new server farm. A server farm is just lingo used to describe a grouping of servers that you use within you Local Area Network (LAN), usually tied to a high speed backbone if designed properly. In this article set we... Read More

  5. Book Reviews: Security Books

    Security is always an important area for IT professionals, and there's no shortage of books on computer and network security coming out these days. Below are five recent titles on various security topics and my take on them... Read More

  6. Managing Application Directory Partitions

    Being that the Active Directory is nothing more than a large, extensible database, applications can be designed to store data and configuration information within the Active Directory. This allows the application’s data to be replicated to multiple domain controllers, giving the application a degree of load balancing and fault tolerance. If you have such an application though, it is considered... Read More

  7. Implementing Fault Tolerance on Windows Networks

    This article provides a high-level survey of the different fault tolerant technologies available for Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition. These technologies, implemented in both hardware and software, help make Windows Server 2003 a highly available and reliable platform for running business critical applications... Read More

  8. Using Group Policy to Deploy Applications

    How to use the Active Directory to deploy applications, even if those applications do not come with a Windows installer package... Read More

  9. Troubleshooting Wireless Network Connections

    In this article we will look at how to tackle some common wireless network problems that people come across. This document will outline the steps you should take if you encounter one of the mentioned issues... Read More

  10. Making The Transition From SUS to WUS

    Although the Windows Update Service (WUS) is still in beta testing, WUS is an important software release and it’s worth looking at now. In this article, I will explain how to implement WUS and have it co-exist with your existing SUS deployment. I will then explain how you can begin testing WUS and make the transition once WUS is finally... Read More

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