Windows Server 2012/2008/2003/2000/XP/NT Administrator Knowledge Base

Last Updated on 25 Aug. 2016, Total: 3117 Knowledge Base Tips

449 Windows 2000
280 Admin Tips
73 Registry Tips
96 User Tips
367 Windows 2003
361 Admin Tips
4 Registry Tips
2 User Tips
275 Windows 7
230 Admin Tips
21 Registry Tips
24 User Tips
73 Windows 8
69 Admin Tips
1 Registry Tips
3 User Tips
845 Windows NT
480 Admin Tips
296 Registry Tips
69 User Tips
302 Windows Server 2008
298 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
1 User Tips
208 Windows Server 2012
206 Admin Tips
153 Windows Vista
116 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
34 User Tips
444 Windows XP
233 Admin Tips
76 Registry Tips
135 User Tips
  1. Is There Any Way to Clear DC Locator Cache on Windows Client Computers?

    Tip explains how to clear DC Locator Cache on Windows Client computers... Read More

  2. Executing commands remotely on Windows client computers

    A tip about several ways to execute a command on remote computers... Read More

  3. Show network adapters whose status is "up"

    A tip on how you can use PowerShell to show network adapters whose status is "up"... Read More

  4. Quickly start IE in no add-ons mode

    A tip on how you can quickly start IE in no add-ons mode... Read More

  5. Enumerating unique processes

    A tip on how you can use PowerShell to enumerate unique processes on a server... Read More

  6. Choose your Active Directory Domain Names Wisely

    A tip about choosing your Active Directory Domain Names wisely... Read More

  7. When Not to Use Virtual Machine Snapshots

    A tip about when and when not to use snapshots in Hyper-V environments... Read More

  8. Unintended Consequences of Server Hardening

    A tip about some unintended consequences of server hardening and how the issue was resolved... Read More

  9. Using the PowerShell Pipeline

    A tip about how you can get the most out of using the pipeline in Windows PowerShell... Read More

  10. Find disk firmware versions using PowerShell

    A tip on how you can check firmware versions on the disks of your Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 computers (and above)... Read More

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