Windows Networking

Crash and burn: Why do large IT projects fail so often?

You’ve planned, you’ve analyzed, you’ve tested. But your large IT projects still fail. Why does this keep happening? And what…

7 months ago

PowerShell strategies for managing and securing Group Policy

You might not think of PowerShell as your go-to tool for managing Group Policy settings, but it does have its…

7 months ago

Simplify systems management with Cloud Management Gateway

System management has gotten a little easier with the introduction of Cloud Management Gateway from Microsoft. Here’s an in-depth look…

9 months ago

Always On VPN configuration in Windows 10 using Microsoft Intune

If your organization is looking for advanced security features and modern management support, Windows 10 Always On VPN is something…

9 months ago

Make it work: Preparing Windows 10 deployment for Sysprep

If you use Sysprep to generalize a Windows 10 deployment, you will likely run into errors. Here’s what you can…

9 months ago

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…

9 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…

10 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…

10 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…

10 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…

10 months ago