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  1. Authenticating Linux against Active Directory

    If you are planning to use a Linux workstation in a Windows Network, one of the things you probably want to do is authenticate against the Windows Domain name server (s), i.e. Active Directory... Read More

  2. How to Disable Media Sense for TCP/IP in Windows XP

    In this article we will cover how to disable ‘Media Sense’ for TCP/IP based connections on a Windows XP professional system. We will also cover why this may be beneficial to you in practical use... Read More

  3. Remotely Administering Windows Servers

    This article looks at the various ways you can deploy the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack (adminpak.msi) to remotely administer Windows 2000/2003 servers from administrator workstations running Windows XP. It also examines various incompatibility issues using these tools and workarounds for resolving them... Read More

  4. Using Netsh (Part 1)

    In this article we will cover the fundamental uses of Netsh, a Windows based command line tool that if you master, can be very helpful in quickly getting your network setting changed from the command line without having to navigate the GUI for all your setting changes. The Netsh tool once mastered can make life much easier for you and... Read More

  5. The Dark Side of Windows XP Service Pack 2

    Although I haven’t had any problems with Windows XP Service Pack 2 myself, for many people, installing the service pack has become a nightmare. In this article, I will explain how you can better prepare for the Service Pack installation to minimize your chances of having problems... Read More

  6. Using the Windows Update Catalog

    This article walks you through using the Windows Update Catalog to download service packs, feature packs, updated system files, and WHQL logo device drivers so you can deploy them later to Windows computers on your network... Read More

  7. How to install the Microsoft Loopback adapter in Windows XP

    The Microsoft Loopback adapter is a testing tool for a virtual network environment where network access is not available; this may come in very handy when you need to verify connectivity or test. Those of you with Router and Switch skills may already be familiar with the use of loopback interfaces. In this article we will cover the fundamentals of... Read More

  8. How to Use the SPCheck Tool in Windows XP

    In this article we will cover the use of the Windows XP support tool called SPCheck. This is a handy tool that can be quickly used to assess the service pack level of installed components on a file by file basis. In this article we will look at how to acquire this tool, how it install it as well as... Read More

  9. Streamlining the backup process with Microsoft’s Data Protection Server

    Although it is extremely common for organizations to back data up to tape each night, the technology behind tape backups is over twenty years old. At the same time, network administrators are being asked to back up more and more data in less and less time and to be able to perform nearly instant restore operations. The old tape backup... Read More

  10. What Can You Expect From Windows Server 2003 "R2"

    Microsoft has announced a new version of Windows Server 2003 that will be released late in 2005. Although details about this new release, code named R2, are sketchy, R2 promises to greatly enhance the Windows Server platform. In this article, I will attempt to separate fact from rumor and explain what you can expect from R2... Read More

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