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. How To Quickly Check IP Address on Remote Computers?

    How to quickly check IP Address information on all the computers using a single command... Read More

  2. Implementing WPA-Enterprise for Small Business Wi-Fi

    Low cost, easy-to-use, solutions for using WPA-Enterprise encryption with 802.1x authenication... Read More

  3. How To Take System State Backup In Server Core

    Take System State backup in Server Core... Read More

  4. Changing the IP Address of a Server

    Changing the IP address of a Windows server requires some special consideration. Here are a couple of things to make note of when doing this... Read More

  5. Resolving Server Manager Errors

    Server Manager in Windows Server 2008 can generate errors if the cache of CBS data becomes corrupt... Read More

  6. Accessing Directory Services Restore Mode Remotely

    Directory Services Restore Mode can be accessed remotely using some unique procedures. Here we look at how this is done... Read More

  7. A Quick Tip To Enable Terminal Services Access For Previous Versions of Windows

    Allow previous versions of Windows to access Windows Server 2008 Server Core using Terminal Services... Read More

  8. How to run your own application when Windows Starts?

    This article explains a registry entry which you can use to run your application instead of Windows default Shell (Explorer.exe)... Read More

  9. How To Check If A PSO Has Been Applied To A User Or Group

    Checking users' password policies in Windows Server 2008 domain... Read More

  10. Securing DNS with Secure Dynamic Updates

    DNS is crucial to the operation of a DNS domain. Using Secure Dynamic Updates is something you can do to make your DNS infrastructure a bit more secure... Read More

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