1. Troubleshooting network connectivity with a DHCP server

    How to troubleshoot network connectivity with a DHCP server... Read More

  2. Understanding Site Links

    Site links can provide redundancy but not in the way you might think... Read More

  3. Using Netsh to Backup and Restore Network Configuration

    When you change your network configuration often it may make the process more efficient to backup your commonly used network settings so you can restore them in a much faster process by using the Netsh utility... Read More

  4. Using a Script to Add a Domain User to a Local Group

    There are sometimes situations when you need to be able to script the process of adding a domain user to a local group on a machine. Here is a script that will do just that... Read More

  5. Verifying ports are listening

    How to determine if a server is listening on a given port... Read More

  6. Viewing the Effective Permissions for a Network Resources

    It can sometimes be really hard to keep track of the actual permissions a user is receiving based upon all their various group memberships. Here we will look at a place where we can get to the bottom of a user's effective permissions... Read More

  7. W2K3 DHCP vs. SBS2K3 DHCP

    There's an important difference in how DHCP works on a W2K3 DHCP server as compared to a Small Business Server 2003 (SBS2K3) box... Read More

  8. When to lengthen your DHCP lease period

    When to lengthen your DHCP lease period... Read More

  9. When to shorten your DHCP lease period

    When to shorten your DHCP lease period... Read More

  10. Why do we still need WINS?

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

  11. 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

  12. 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

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