Windows Server 2012 How-To & Tips

How To Install PowerShell on Linux

Even if you have little experience with Linux, getting PowerShell up and running will only take a few simple steps.

Windows Nano Server Deployment 101, Part 2: The Execution

Navigate the uncharted Nano Server deployment waters with this step-by-step guide.

Windows Nano Server Deployment 101, Part 1: The Setup

Here's all the info you need before beginning to deploy Microsoft's latest server configuration.

How To Get PowerShell to Write Scripts for You

Recall earlier scripts to save a ton of time.

How To Create an Active Directory Account in PowerShell

Going the PowerShell route will save you time when creating a large batch of new Active Directory users.

How To Fix a Detached Virtual Disk in Windows Storage Spaces

While a rare occurrence, you may have a need to fix a virtual disk that has come attached.

How To Use Server Manager To Configure Performance Alerts

Keep on top of your server's performance by setting up and checking periodic status alerts.

How To Interpret the Results of a Best Practices Analyzer Scan

With the scan conducting more than 70 tests, the results could be a bit difficult to follow.

Microsoft Improves File Discovery in SharePoint 2016

With new features built into the latest release, along with tighter integration with Office 365 and OneDrive, it's easier than ever to discover, collaborate and share documents in SharePoint.

How To Automatically Run PowerShell Scripts at a Scheduled Time

The trick is to getting your run prompt to run correctly in the Windows Task Scheduler.

How To Disable Windows Server's Auto Lock Feature

Windows Server 2012's most annoying feature can be bypassed -- just not in the way that you would expect.

How To Make Sysprep Work with Windows 10, Part 2

If things do go wrong with your Windows 10 template, here's how to fix it (most of the time).

How To Make Sysprep Work with Windows 10, Part 1

When creating multiple Windows 10 VMs, you might run into some problems …

How To Use PowerShell To Manage System Services

Being able to call up specific variables is key in narrowing down a large data set.

How To Create a For Each Loop in PowerShell

Manage and display specific services with this cmdlet.

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