There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting on your laptop to shut down so you can head out the door. The Xbootmgr utility from Microsoft can help troubleshoot lethargic shutdowns.
How Windows creates and stores password hashes and how those hashes are cracked.
If it’s been a while since you last studied NTFS permissions inheritance then there is one change you will want to be aware of.
Taking a look at the anatomy of a session attack, how it works and how to prevent it from happening to you.
Leveraging sleep mode can have a very positive impact on both your network and your budget. However, there are some devices that may cause you grief when your computer wakes up. We can use the update powercfg utility to troubleshoot this.
If you work with Active Directory long enough, chances are that you will accidentally delete something you shouldn’t. Windows Server 2008 puts a new feature in place to prevent this from happening.
The hibernation feature goes one step beyond simply putting a system to sleep, but configuring this isn’t as easy in Windows Vista and 7 as it has previously been. This tip will show you how to enable it.
If you’ve ever tried to delete or rename a PST file directly after opening it in Outlook 2007 then you were probably shocked to find that you couldn’t do so for at least thirty minutes. This can become bothersome in certain situations, but we can fix that with a simply registry edit.
We tend to get lost in the administrative and security features of a new operating system, but sometimes the simplest changes result in the biggest productivity gain. The new window management features in Windows 7 do just that.
What a buffer overflow is, how it can allow a potential attacker to execute a code on your system and how data execution can be employed in order to safeguard against this threat.