Troubleshooting

Last Updated on 2 May 2012, Total: 5 Blog Posts

  1. What Is the Windows Server "8" Beta Remote Access Server Role?

    Windows Server 8 new remote Access Server role combines the previous DirectAccess and RRAS roles into one unified service role. The new role allows for centralized administration, configuration, and monitoring of both DirectAccess and VPN-based remote access services. Apart, from the various articles and tech tips available at windowsnetworking.com and virtualizationadmin.com you can learn more about Remote Access in Windows... Read More

  2. Update for Windows Thin PC

    Microsoft has released an update that resolves an issue with VIA multi-core CPUs. Windows Thin PC allows users to repurposing existing PCs as thin clients. It enables customers to repurpose existing PCs as thin clients by providing a smaller footprint, locked down version of Windows 7. This provides organizations with significant benefits such as, reduced end point costs for VDI,... Read More

  3. NAP Logging

    During any NAP (Network Access Protection) deployment, it is important to have a record of events in particular during the initial stages. During initial stages you will be gathering information about computers and their compliancy levels. Through the NAP logs you identify which computers are non-compliant and can take the necessary actions before going for NAP enforcement. Additionally, you would... Read More

  4. Chkdsk Performance on Windows Server 2008 R2

    When a volume on Windows Servers is found to be corrupted, NTFS schedules a Chkdsk operation for the next reboot. This is done by invoking Autochk.exe during startup. From personal experience you can tell that reboots occur for many reasons such as, in the event of Windows updates and an inadvertent delay is caused if an Autochk is scheduled. Although,... Read More

  5. Internet Explorer 9 and Compatibility View

    The new look and feel experience of IE 9 and other benefits I was enjoying were cut short as I started to encounter various problems during my day-to-day work. There are many web applications that are not fully compatible with the latest html standards and hence, I had to switch IE 9 to compatibility mode many times and in some... Read More

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