Windows Server 2008

Last Updated on 18 June 2015, Total: 292 Knowledge Base Tips

288 Admin Tips
50 Active Directory
117 Admin
1 Applications
3 Exchange
12 Migration
19 Miscellaneous
45 Network
22 Security
10 Terminal Servers and Thin Clients
8 Virtual Platforms
3 Registry Tips
3 Miscellaneous
1 User Tips
1 Miscellaneous
  1. Troubleshooting: Running 32-bit color app in a virtual machine

    A tip on how to run an application that requires 32-bit color in a virtual machine running on a Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V host... Read More

  2. UAC and Remote Desktop Services

    Should you enable or disable UAC on a server that has the Remote Desktop Services role installed?... Read More

  3. Updating root certificates

    How to determine what root certificates are supported by Windows... Read More

  4. Use Auditing To Track Changes to Shared Folders

    Changes to folders and files in shared folders can be logged in the Event Viewer... Read More

  5. Using GPLogView

    Some tips on using the GPLogView.exe command-line tool for troubleshooting Group Policy issues... Read More

  6. Using Group Policy vs. Registry Tweaks

    Why is it better to use Group Policy to modify the registry than to use Registry Editor itself?... Read More

  7. Using WMI filters in Group Policy

    A tip on properly using WMI filters in Group Policy... Read More

  8. Using WMIC to determine whether Windows is running in a virtual machine

    How to use the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line to determine whether Windows is running in a virtual machine... Read More

  9. Using Windows Server 2008 Remote Server Administration Tools

    If you are using Windows Vista as your primary desktop for managing Windows Server 2008, then you will need RSAT to do so... Read More

  10. Using a Projector with Windows 7

    Is there a worse fear than walking up in front of a crown to give a presentation, hooking your laptop up to a projector, and having the fiddle with it for 10 minutes before you can get things showing up correctly? Windows 7 has a great solution to this... Read More

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