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Leak Highlights Microsoft’s Quiet Transition from the Old to the New

A recent leak reinforces an emerging view of Microsoft as...

May 20, 2015|Paul Thurrott

Windows Server 2016

What You Need to Know About Windows Server 2016 Containers

Learn about what's new about Windows Server containers, which are coming soon to Windows Server 2016.

May 18, 2015|Aidan Finn

PowerShell

Test Active Directory User Accounts with PowerShell

PowerShell MVP Jeffery Hicks shows us how to test Active Directory user accounts with a custom function in PowerShell.

May 15, 2015|Jeff Hicks

PowerShell

PowerShell Management at Scale

Petri IT Knowledgebase Contributing Editor Jeff Hicks demonstrates how to use PowerShell management at scale to get large, complicated tasks accomplished.

May 12, 2015|Jeff Hicks

Security

Windows 10 Security: Microsoft Passport and Virtual Secure Mode

Russell Smith discusses how two-factor authentication will be made easier with Microsoft Passport in Windows 10.

May 8, 2015|Russell Smith

Windows Server 2016

How to Install Windows Server 2016 Nano in a VM

Russell Smith shows us how to Install Windows Server 2016 Nano in a VM in this brief how-to article.

May 6, 2015|Russell Smith

Windows Server 2016

What IT Pros Can Expect at Microsoft Ignite

Aidan Finn gives us his perspective of what he thinks IT pros can expect to see at the first Microsoft Ignite conference.

Apr 27, 2015|Aidan Finn

Windows Server 2003

The Complete Guide to Windows Server 2003 End of Support

This comprehensive guide to Windows Server 2003 end of support contains all you need to know to begin planning your migration to Windows Server 2012 R2.

Apr 24, 2015|Sean Deuby

Windows Client OS

Microsoft Earnings: Revenues Up as Windows Continues to Decline

Microsoft on Thursday announced the financial results for its fiscal...

Apr 23, 2015|Paul Thurrott

PowerShell

Identifying a Computer Name with a Ping Sweep Tool with PowerShell

Learn how to identify a computer name with a custom ping sweep tool created in Windows PowerShell.

Apr 20, 2015|Jeff Hicks

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