Windows Server 2008

Last Updated on 14 Feb. 2013, Total: 134 Articles and Tutorials

This section is focused on networking issues for Windows Server 2008, formerly known as Windows Longhorn Server. Among the many topics discussed are Windows Server 2008 specific networking tools, and the new features included in Windows Server 2008.

  1. An Introduction to Network Access Protection (Part 2)

    Major components needed for implementing Network Access Protection... Read More

  2. A First Look at Microsoft’s Data Protection Manager, Version 2

    How version 2 of Microsoft’s Data Protection Manager will fill some of the voids left by Data Protection Manager 2006... Read More

  3. Working with the Windows System Resource Manager (Part 2)

    How to allocate resources to an application defined within the Windows System Resource Manager... Read More

  4. An Introduction to Network Access Protection (Part 1)

    An introduction to Network Access Protection and how it works... Read More

  5. Working with the Windows System Resource Manager (Part 1)

    How to use Windows System Resource Manager to gain better control over your server’s resources... Read More

  6. An Overview of Link Local Multicast Name Resolution

    How link local multicast name resolution works... Read More

  7. How Longhorn Server’s Server Manager will Change Server Management (Part 3)

    Two other features included in the Troubleshooting section; the Service Control Manager and the Performance Diagnostics utility... Read More

  8. Managing Group Policy ADMX Files in Longhorn Server

    This article explains how Microsoft has replaced the ADM file format with the ADMX file format in Longhorn Server and Windows Vista... Read More

  9. How Longhorn Server’s Server Manager will Change Server Management (Part 2)

    This article focuses on troubleshooting by showing Server Manager’s new Event Log interface... Read More

  10. Offline file caching in Longhorn Server

    This article takes a look at some of the ways that Longhorn Server facilitates offline file caching... Read More

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