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

Last Updated on 8 Oct. 2015, Total: 3030 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
269 Windows 7
225 Admin Tips
21 Registry Tips
23 User Tips
58 Windows 8
58 Admin Tips
845 Windows NT
480 Admin Tips
296 Registry Tips
69 User Tips
294 Windows Server 2008
290 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
1 User Tips
150 Windows Server 2012
148 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. Which DC Is Selected When Promoting A Member Server To DC?

    This article discusses the a mechanism used by the DCPromo.exe to select a DC when promoting a member server to Domain Controller... Read More

  2. Which Service Is Responsible To Register A and PTR Records In DNS?

    This article explains the service which is responsible to register DNS Records on behalf of client computers. This tip applies to Windows 7 also... Read More

  3. Which version am I running?

    How to find the version of a program, OS or FPSE... Read More

  4. Which version of NTFS am I running?

  5. Who changed Administrator password?

  6. Who changed Administrator password?

  7. Who's logged on?

    How to tell who's currently logged on to an Active Directory domain... Read More

  8. Why DNS Works On Both TCP and UDP

    This article explains why DNS works on both the protocols; TCP and UDP... Read More

  9. Why It's Hard to Harden Clients

    Servers are usually hardened--why not clients?... Read More

  10. Why Upgrade from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows Server 2003

    250 KB Microsoft Word file - Windows Server 2003 provides many new tools, services, and features that make a compelling case for upgrading from Microsoft Windows NT® Server 4.0. This white paper explains the overall benefits of upgrading and addresses the significant management and cost saving benefits provided by the Active Directory® service. The rest of the paper examines enhancements... Read More

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