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

Last Updated on 2 July 2015, Total: 2998 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
262 Windows 7
220 Admin Tips
21 Registry Tips
21 User Tips
58 Windows 8
58 Admin Tips
845 Windows NT
480 Admin Tips
296 Registry Tips
69 User Tips
292 Windows Server 2008
288 Admin Tips
3 Registry Tips
1 User Tips
127 Windows Server 2012
125 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. Test your knowledge of preferences

    A tip that tests your understanding of how Group Policy Preferences can enable a given scenario... Read More

  2. Mapping drives using preferences with item-level targeting

    A tip on how to use item-level targeting to configure a new Drive Maps item to apply only to members of a specified security group... Read More

  3. Item-level targeting of preferences

    A tip concerning item-level targeting for Group Policy Preferences... Read More

  4. Environment variables and preferences

    A tip concerning environment variables that can be proceed by Group Policy Preferences extensions... Read More

  5. Policies supercede Preferences

    A tip concerning which one wins, policies or preferences, when they overlap... Read More

  6. Preferences and local Group Policy

    A tip concerning Group Policy Preferences and local Group Policy... Read More

  7. ADMT Migration and Network Ports

    This tip explains the network ports which you need to open for ADMT to work properly... Read More

  8. Using PowerShell to back up and restore GPOs

    A tip on how you can use Windows PowerShell to back up and restore Group Policy Objects... Read More

  9. Using PowerShell to remotely refresh Group Policy

    A tip on how you can use Windows PowerShell to remotely refresh Group Policy... Read More

  10. Using PowerShell to create and link GPOs

    A tip on how you can use Windows PowerShell to create new Group Policy Objects and link them to organizational units... Read More

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