Windows Server 2012

Last Updated on 3 Sept. 2015, Total: 142 Knowledge Base Tips

140 Admin Tips
39 Active Directory
51 Admin
3 Migration
9 Miscellaneous
19 Network
1 Security
13 Virtual Platforms
  1. Get a unique list of process names

    Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to produce a unique list of process names... Read More

  2. Shrinking a virtual disk

    A tip explaining how to properly shrink a virtual disk for a virtual machine on a Hyper-V host... Read More

  3. Avoid configuring MemoryReserve

    A tip explaining why you should avoid configuring the MemoryReserve registry setting on Hyper-V hosts running Windows Server 2012 and later... Read More

  4. Using PowerShell to configure Dynamic Memory

    A tip on how to use the -Passthru parameter to more easily modify Dynamic Memory settings on Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  5. Understanding the memory buffer setting for Dynamic Memory

    A tip on how to use the memory buffer setting for Dynamic Memory for tuning virtual machine workloads on Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  6. Using PowerShell to add a virtual disk to a virtual machine

    This tip demonstrates how to use Windows PowerShell to create a new virtual disk and add it to a virtual machine... Read More

  7. Considerations when importing virtual machines

    This tip describes some things to consider when importing virtual machines on Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  8. Use PowerShell to find application log errors

    How to use Windows PowerShell to find the two most recent errors from the application log... Read More

  9. Preventing problems before they occur

    A tip on how to prevent problems on your Hyper-V hosts before they happen... Read More

  10. Installing features on Windows Server

    A tip on when you might want to use the Add Roles and Features wizard instead of Windows PowerShell for installing features on Windows Server... Read More

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