With the help of PowerShell cmdlets, navigating a registry is made a lot simpler.
Microsoft may love Linux, but that love has some technical limitations, at least when it comes to using Windows tools to alter Linux files.
Microsoft on Friday announced the availability of Update 1610 for its System Center Configuration Manager client and server management system.
While many know that the Get-Process command in PowerShell can provide basic process information, it can also display specific details with some minor tweaks.
Microsoft today announced that the first service pack for SQL Server 2016 is now available.
Microsoft's Productivity App Discovery tool will let you monitor firewall logs for suspicious cloud app activity.
Is it possible to remotely monitor with PowerShell installed on a Linux machine?
The latest Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for deploying Windows client and server operating systems was released this month, but don't call it "MDT 2016."
Microsoft today announced a preview of a new tool that will automatically check the status of System Center Operations Manager 2012 products.
Windows Server 2016 patching likely won't differ too much from the monthly cumulative update model laid out by Microsoft for other Windows products, but there are some nuances.
Microsoft announced improvements today for SharePoint Server 2016 users and SharePoint Online subscribers, as well as for "hybrid" use cases.
Microsoft has added auditing features to its Azure Active Directory admin portal for administrators, which is still at the preview stage from its initial preview launch in September.
Microsoft's new update service model for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 clients, initiated last month, may cause additional work for IT pros using System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
Microsoft plans to reduce the size of future Windows 10 updates by a third with a coming "Unified Update Platform" technology.
Now that Windows Server 2016 is available, Microsoft says IT pros and developers can build and extend containerized workloads and applications to its network- and compute-enhanced Azure public cloud -- and vice versa.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz