Volume Shadow Copy, another new Windows .NET feature, shifts the burden of backups and restores back to users.
You can do more with Group Policy in Windows XP than in Windows 2000 Professional. Here’s a guide to the changes.
Migrating from Novell Directory Services to Active Directory is hard work. This article explains how to assess your current situation, formulate an action plan and specify features for third-party help.
Evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, current network interface cards offer increased speed, better CPU utilization and specialized functionality.
Release of Windows .NET Server is getting close. Should your company consider moving? Windows Insider Bill Boswell makes a case for the upgrade to Microsoft’s newest operating system.
.NET sports features that'll streamline lower-level admin tasks.
Licensing confusion, and more salary survey feedback.
"MCP By The Numbers," a monthly update of Microsoft certification that we published in the magazine, now appears on Microsoft's MCP Web site. The numbers show up with a few interesting discrepancies.
A CTEC in Florida is under the gun from a number of MCTs who say they haven’t been paid for work done.
Security remains a hot-button issue for Microsoft, as Brian Valentine, senior vice president for Windows, touted Redmond's new “hard" approach to software development.
For a limited time, Microsoft offers rapid online support for selected Microsoft products, including SQL Server 2000 and Windows 2000 Server. Cost of support: $99.
Microsoft allows MCAD/MCSD.NET core exams to count toward elective credit for MCDBA title.