Windows Server 2008
10 Tools Every Network Administrator Should Have On Their Thumbdrive
Wesley David outlines some of the best tools and utilities every Network Administrator should have with them at all times.
Oct 27, 2010|Wesley David
How to Enable IMAP Access to Exchange Mailboxes
Virtually every modern email client supports the IMAP protocol. In this article, Microsoft Exchange expert Tom Finnis looks at the main reasons for implementing IMAP support on your Exchange Server and explains how to configure it with Exchange 2003 and 2007.
Oct 4, 2010|Tom Finnis
Exchange, SharePoint & Live Meeting in the Cloud: Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS)
Hosted services have been around for a long time. But, it’s only recently that Microsoft has waded into the fray with their own flavor of hosted cloud software: the Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS). But does it stack up to the competition?
Jun 29, 2010|Aaron Leskiw
Almost Everything You Need to Know About DHCP as a Systems Administrator
Daniel outlines the importance of DHCP for any systems administrator and demonstrates why it is a critical "must have" network service.
May 5, 2010|Daniel Petri
Getting Certified: CompTIA Network+ Certification and the N10-004 Exam
An introduction by Jason Zandri to CompTIA - the Computing Technology Industry Association - and their Network+ certification program, plus the skills and knowledge a candidate should have prior to sitting the N10-004 exam.
Feb 9, 2010|Jason Zandri
The Essential Guide to Creating and Cloning Virtual Machine Images
A great reference guide for creating and cloning virtual machines for use with VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V or Citrix XEN and how to avoid the most common pitfalls.
Feb 5, 2010|Daniel Petri
Issues with E-mail Stuck in the Drafts Folder on Exchange 2007/2010
Not able to send mail from Outlook or OWA 2010? Is it stuck in the Drafts folder on your Exchange Server? Learn why this is happening and how to fix it in this quick tip article by MVP Daniel Petri.
Feb 4, 2010|Daniel Petri
Windows Client OS
Using ImageX for File-Based Image Deployments
ImageX is a command-line tool that can be used to capture, modify, and apply file-based disk images for deployment of systems in an enterprise by leveraging the Windows Imaging format (.wim files). Learn how you can leverage it for your imaging and deployment needs in this article by Jason Zandri.
Jan 12, 2010|Jason Zandri
Creating a Virtual Hard Disk Image from a Running OS with Disk2vhd
Disk2vhd is tool from Microsoft’s Sysinternals group that allows system...
Jan 4, 2010|Jason Zandri
Administering Your Network with Terminals: An Open Source Connection Manager
Take a tour through the features of Terminals; an open source network management app from Microsoft’s CodePlex that simplifies working with remote connections and systems.
Sep 10, 2009|Wesley David