Admin Tips

Last Updated on 25 Aug. 2008, Total: 280 Knowledge Base Tips

13 Active Directory
3 Administrator
13 Applications
19 DHCP and DNS
12 Domain
16 Email
9 Event log
15 Exchange
11 File Systems
12 IIS
10 Installation
8 Migration
29 Miscellaneous
29 Network
7 Replication
13 RFCs
26 Security
25 TroubleShooting
8 Updates
1 Virtual Platforms
  1. Active Directory database file NTDS.DIT

  2. A Quick Tip To Update Group Policy Settings On Remote Computers

    This article explains a single command you can use to update the Group Policy settings on remote computers. Please note this applies to Windows 2000 Computers only!... Read More

  3. Virtual Server Volume Shadow Services

    Microsoft has recently released Service Pack 1 for Virtual Server 2005 R2 which includes a fantastic new feature called Volume Shadow Services... Read More

  4. Decreasing the Size of VHD Files by Disabling the SFC

    Virtual Hard Disk files can become incredibly large in size depending on there function. This simple trick will help you shrink them a bit... Read More

  5. Updating Virtual Machine Additions

    Virtual Machine Additions greatly improve the performance of any virtual machine. However, we must not forget to update them from time to time... Read More

  6. Using the DHCPLOC Utility

    The DHCPLOC utility can come in handy in a variety of situations. Here are some of those... Read More

  7. Systeminfo for Windows 2000

    How to get "systeminfo" of Windows 2000 system... Read More

  8. Setting up Windows 2000 Radius to authenticate wireless 802.1x clients

    How to set up RADIUS on Windows 2000 so you can autheticate wireless clients... Read More

  9. Prevent Exchange Log volume from running out of space

    Have you ever arrived at work to find the backup hasnt run over the weekend, the logs volume is out of space, and the Storage Group is off line? This little batch file will prevent this from happening by NTFS compressing the oldest logs until the free space is at an acceptable limit to run a backup... Read More

  10. Dealing with Blue Screens

    Handling a blue screen is more about common sense than being an uber-geek... Read More

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