Networking

Robocopy: Best practices for working with this helpful Windows utility

Windows includes a built-in file copy utility called Robocopy. Here’s how to get the most out of this free but…

2 months ago

Static IP address vs. dynamic IP address: Which is better for business?

While most businesses and home users can do quite well with a dynamic IP address, there are times you should…

2 months ago

Secondary marketplace for IPv4 addresses: Everything you must know

Buying a used car can be fraught with dangers. Buying a previously used block of IPv4 addresses also has its…

3 months ago

Are domain controllers using correct DNS settings?

Domain controllers must be configured to use correct DNS settings or Active Directory will not work. This PowerShell script will…

3 months ago

Review: Application performance troubleshooting tool eG Enterprise

eG Enterprise is an application performance tool that makes troubleshooting — and fixing — problems easier. Here’s our review.

3 months ago

Doomsday clock? How GPS rollover might affect your network infrastructure

The next tech apocalypse — or nonevent — occurs April 6. That’s when GPS rollover occurs and it will probably…

3 months ago

New System Center 2019 focuses on datacenters, security, hybrid cloud

The brand-new Microsoft System Center 2019 allows users to deploy and manage Windows Server 2019 and is perfect for those…

3 months ago

Microsoft Windows Admin Center: A work in progress

Windows Admin Center, Microsoft’s “single pane of glass” for managing Windows servers, has a lot going for it. It still…

3 months ago

PowerShell Core vs. PowerShell: What are the differences?

PowerShell has been a go-to program for admins and advanced Windows users for years. But now Microsoft is promoting PowerShell…

3 months ago

Using PowerShell to check domain controllers’ uptime

It is necessary to check if domain controllers were rebooted to avoid security risks as patching them means a reboot.…

3 months ago