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

Last Updated on 27 Jan. 2016, Total: 3046 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
272 Windows 7
227 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
296 Windows Server 2008
292 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
1 User Tips
157 Windows Server 2012
155 Admin Tips
153 Windows Vista
116 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
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444 Windows XP
233 Admin Tips
76 Registry Tips
135 User Tips
  1. Geographically Dispersed Clusters in Windows Server 2003

    201 KB Microsoft Word file - This paper discusses multi-site network load balancing and server cluster configurations, along with how to deploy geographically dispersed clusters. Also covered are key server cluster features in Windows Server 2003... Read More

  2. Windows Server 2003 Server Cluster Architecture

    747 KB Microsoft Word file - This white paper focuses on the architecture and features of server clusters and covers terminology, concepts, design goals, key components, and planned future directions... Read More

  3. Backup / Restore XP Activation

  4. Remove Windows NT / Windows 2000 Shut Down button from Start Menu

  5. Windows NT Administrative Toolset(aka AINTX)

  6. SMS SP3 to support Windows XP Professional

  7. Quorums in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Clusters

    395 KB Microsoft Word file - This document provides a basic explanation of the two types of quorums available in Microsoft Windows server clusters... Read More

  8. Microsoft Windows Clustering: Storage Area Networks

    655 KB Microsoft Word file - This document describes what storage area networks (SAN) are, how server clusters can be deployed in a SAN, and how the Windows platform, and Windows clustering in particular, take advantage of SAN technology... Read More

  9. Windows NT Registry Size Limit (RSL)

  10. Introduction to Shadow Copies of Shared Folders

    243 K Word doc - Shadow Copies of Shared Folders helps alleviate data loss by creating shadow copies of files or folders that are stored on network file shares at predetermined time intervals. A shadow copy is essentially a previous version of the file or folder at a specific point in time... Read More

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