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

Last Updated on 26 Nov. 2015, Total: 3039 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
271 Windows 7
226 Admin Tips
21 Registry Tips
24 User Tips
62 Windows 8
59 Admin Tips
1 Registry Tips
2 User Tips
845 Windows NT
480 Admin Tips
296 Registry Tips
69 User Tips
295 Windows Server 2008
291 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
1 User Tips
152 Windows Server 2012
150 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 the server physical or virtual?

    A tip on how you can use PowerShell to determine whether a Windows server is a physical system or a virtual machine... Read More

  2. Determine when Windows was installed

    A tip on how you can use PowerShell to determine when Windows was installed... Read More

  3. ALT+TAB behavior in Windows 7

    A tip about how Windows 7 hides windows when you ALT+TAB between them... Read More

  4. Restarting services

    A tip on how to restart a service when a specific event is logged in the event logs... Read More

  5. Deploying Windows Server on blade servers

    A tip about troubleshooting an issue when using MDT to deploy Windows to blade servers... Read More

  6. Securely managing RODCs

    A tip on how you can manage your read-only domain controllers more securely... Read More

  7. Prevent WU for searching for driver updates

    A tip on how you can prevent Windows Update from automatically updating device drivers on managed systems... Read More

  8. Warn about potentially harmful links

    A tip on how you can cause a warning message to be displayed when a user tries to click a link in a message in Microsoft Outlook... Read More

  9. Using text-to-speech in Microsoft Office

    A tip on how you can use text-to-speech in Microsoft Office... Read More

  10. Displaying user profile in Explorer

    A tip on how you can get Windows Explorer to open by default to the root folder of your user profile... Read More

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