Windows 2003

Last Updated on 19 July 2011, Total: 367 Knowledge Base Tips

361 Admin Tips
37 Active Directory
76 Admin
9 Applications
4 Exchange
11 Migration
66 Miscellaneous
62 Network
77 Security
12 Terminal Servers and Thin Clients
7 Virtual Platforms
4 Registry Tips
3 Miscellaneous
2 User Tips
2 Miscellaneous
  1. Domain Rename Tools

    link to download tools and 401K word document "Understanding How Domain Rename Works"... Read More

  2. Technical Overview of Windows Server 2003 File Services

    1.1M Word doc - discusses improvements in Windows Server 2003 File Services, with an emphasis on core infrastructure file service innovations... Read More

  3. MSDN Webcast: Using Authorization Manager on Windows Server 2003

    83 mins - In this advanced session, we will learn how to leverage the Authorization Manager API that’s built into Windows Server 2003 to control access to resources and limit the tasks that a user can perform. We’ll write code to perform dynamic access checks on specific tasks. We’ll compare and contrast controlling authorization via a custom-built SQL scheme and... Read More

  4. TechNet Webcast: Migrating from Windows NT Server 4.0 to Windows Server 2003

    77 minutes... Read More

  5. TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Certified Professional Program Overview for Windows Server 2003

    79 mins - the Microsoft certification track for Windows Server 2003. We'll cover the upcoming tracks, classes and exams that are available... Read More

  6. MSDN Webcast: UDDI on Windows Server 2003

    86 minutes - In this intermediate session, you will learn how UDDI is used as a directory and discovery service for XML Web Services. We’ll dig into how XML web services can be published and located through both the UDDI Web interface, and through the UDDI API in Windows Server 2003. We’ll explore some more advanced features of UDDI by... Read More

  7. TechNet Webcast: What’s New in Scripting for Windows 2003?

    77 mins - the Microsoft Scripting Guys provide a preview of coming scripting attractions, including such things as: new WMI classes, methods, and properties; the ability to monitor performance; the ability to manage Terminal Server; and the ability to set security on anything and everything from files to folders to registry keys... Read More

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