Role-playing for security; delving deep inside the FRS; group policy strategy and tactics; and more.
Two tools that stop popups dead in their tracks
Three continents, incompetent management and an impossible deadline is a case study in how to NOT do a major upgrade.
The File Replication Service (FRS) has a justifiably bad reputation for bugginess and indecipherable logs. But recent changes from Redmond make it worth another look.
Group policy is constantly evolving and has new functionality within Windows Server 2003. Here’s some basic training on what it can do.
Buying new servers and more direct-attached disks solves short-term storage issues but creates a bigger problem—the storage management nightmare. Network attached storage, which separates disks from servers, is one answer. We evaluate three top NAS solutions running Windows Storage Server.
Security expert fired over controversial report that accused Microsoft of contributing to global insecurity now at Verdasys.
In honor of MCDST's release, winners of help desk heroism/horror submissions announced.
Exam 70-281, released to general public March 2, tests project management skills.
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Special report, RSA Conference 2004: In a nutshell, panelists in IT governance discussion agree that government should play limited role, but they diverge on approaches.
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