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. TechNet Webcast: Introduction to Windows Server 2003

    72 mins - introduces the new features of Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 and shows how they can be used to streamline administration, speed deployment, and resolve issues with past Windows network deployments. The broad range of topics includes Active Directory®, IIS 6.0, and scalability... Read More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. TechNet Webcast: Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 and UNIX Application Migration

    54 minutes - Maximize previous investments in your UNIX infrastructure, applications & people while capitalizing on Windows innovation. In this TechNet Webcast, we'll demonstrate how tools such as Services for UNIX can help you port applications and scripts from UNIX to Windows Server 2003 and have them run natively on Windows. We'll help you understand how to extend the ported... Read More

  5. 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

  6. Simplifying Infrastructure Complexity with Windows Distributed File System

    474 K Word doc - With DFS, administrators can create simplified views of folders and files, that is, a virtual organization called a namespace, regardless of where those files physically reside in a network... Read More

  7. Migrating Win32 Applications to Windows Server 2003

    246 KB Microsoft Word file - This includes applications such as Visual Basic®, 32-bit Windows-based applications, and Web applications written using Active Server Pages (ASP)... Read More

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