June 2002 - Remote Control Freak!
Run your network from anywhere with these tools. Plus, software distribution; licensing tools, Visual Basic .NET exam reviewed; PKI, tips for documenting your network, more.
Is Microsoft's wonder toy the next step in the evolution of the PC?
Windows 2000 offers a number of ways to manage your servers and user applications when you aren’t, or can’t be, physically present. Come along for a guided tour, including a peek into the .NET future.
SMS packages are notorious bandwidth hogs. This unique four-step method overcomes the main drawbacks you face in using SMS for software distribution.
Just need a few redundant servers, some shared apps and a quick, inexpensive setup? Check out New Moon Systems.
Three tools extend remote administration to the PocketPC.
Staying on top of your organization’s software licenses will keep you gainfully employed and out of court.
If Windows 2000 doesn't scale well enough for your enterprise, consider
solutions from the company that originated multi-user Windows technology.
Beta testing for new MCSA/MCSE elective expected in November.
MCAD.NET/MCSD.NET tracks pick up speed as Web versions of the VB .NET, Visual C# .NET exams get scrutinized by testers.
Last month, in celebration of Microsoft's MCP program's decade milestone, we ran a contest giveaway.
The release date for the exams is "more an issue of semantics than hard deadlines"
says Microsoft; exam releases will be dictated by the software's ship date.
MCAD.NET/MCSD.NET candidates can begin the process toward obtaining the new .NET developer certifications. Just released: exam 70-306 and exam 70-316.
Quest Software chose the recent Microsoft Management Summit to announce shipment of the latest update to its Spotlight on Active Directory product.