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Who Doesn't Prefer Sushi?

Windows Server 2008's Group Policy Preferences makes balancing your security needs with users' preferences a little easier.

A NAP Is Good for Your Health

Windows Server 2008's built-in Network Access Protection makes sure only healthy computers get into your network.

Au Revoir, MCSE

It'll be time to upgrade once Windows Server 2008 enters the picture.

The Password Drama Continues

Setting password policies is tricky enough. Now, throw Windows Server 2008 into the mix.

VM Within a VM

Yes, it's possible. Greg shows you how.

First Look: WinRM & WinRS

Two new tools from Microosft that can drastically help server and workstation management.

RODC in the USA

You can use Windows Server 2008 to build a hack-resistant, read-only DC.

Syslog ... 20 Years Later

Greg looks at a "new" feature in Vista and Server 2008: Event Log subscription.

Set Access Control on Mandatory

Getting past the complexities in Windows Integrity Control.

Isolation Automation Exploration: Part II

Making an isolation group -- step by step.

Isolation Automation Exploration: Part I

Vista makes system-to-system IPSec authentication MUCH easier, if you know how to use it.

Why Read When You Can Parse?

Microsoft's Log Parser might be the one of the most flexible tools you never knew about.

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