Admin Tips

Last Updated on 19 July 2011, Total: 361 Knowledge Base Tips

37 Active Directory 3 Feb. 2010
76 Admin 9 July 2010
9 Applications 7 May 2008
4 Exchange 4 March 2008
11 Migration 5 July 2007
66 Miscellaneous 31 May 2009
62 Network 4 Dec. 2007
77 Security 2 Feb. 2009
12 Terminal Servers and Thin Clients 4 April 2009
7 Virtual Platforms 2 April 2008
  1. When to use and not use universal group membership caching

    This tip explains when to use and not use universal group membership caching... Read More

  2. Which version am I running?

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

  3. Who's logged on?

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

  4. Why It's Hard to Harden Clients

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

  5. 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

  6. Why do we still need WINS?

    Why do we still need WINS servers on AD networks?... Read More

  7. Windows Server 2003 Application Reliability

    278 KB Microsoft Word file - discusses the ways in which Windows Server 2003 is enhanced to promote maximum reliability and around-the-clock availability. It outlines the features that allow administrators to proactively manage processes to prevent server downtime. It describes failover services and clustering technologies that help maximize uptime, along with network load balancing and Server Cluster, which combine to... Read More

  8. Windows Server 2003 Server Cluster Architecture

    747 KB Microsoft Word file - This white paper focuses on the architecture and features of server clusters and covers terminology, concepts, design goals, key components, and planned future directions... Read More

  9. Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server Capacity and Scaling

    469 KB Microsoft Word file - Microsoft Windows Terminal Server lets users run Windows®-based applications on a remote computer running one of the Windows Server 2003 family of operating systems. This white paper contains testing methodologies, results, analysis, and sizing guidelines for Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server... Read More

  10. Windows reports AMD on Intel hardware

    How Windows reports 64-bit hardware... Read More

  11. XP SP2 Breaks Group Policy

    Resolving an issue with adm files in XP SP2... Read More

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