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Last Updated on 31 May 2009, Total: 66 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Back Up Printer Configurations

    Protect your print servers by backing up their printer configurations... Read More

  2. Consolidating Print Servers

    Save money by consolidating your print servers... Read More

  3. Transferring Ownership of Files: Good or Bad?

    Windows Server 2003 lets you easily transfer ownership of files, but should you?... Read More

  4. Enhance Performance by Moving the Pagefile

    Boost performance by moving your pagefile to a separate volume... Read More

  5. Use a Larger Pagefile for Better Performance

    The default pagefile size isn't always enough for best performance, especially when you're running memory-hungry server apps... Read More

  6. Coexistence of Windows Server 2003 and Windows NT 4.0

    136 KB Microsoft Word file - This paper describes coexistence of Windows Server 2003 with Windows NT 4.0 in Windows NT 4.0 domains... Read More

  7. 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

  8. Microsoft's Technical Resources for Windows Server 2003

  9. 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

  10. TechNet Webcast: Managing the .NET Framework on Windows Server 2003

    90:35 mins - This session addresses management of the .NET Framework, especially management of various versions within an organization. It looks at differences between releases 1.0 and 1.1 and considers how to manage applications that use 1.0 or require 1.1. The session reviews the tools available to manage the Framework, covers basics and best practices for configuration files, and looks... Read More

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