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    How to Retrieve Operating System Information Using a Command Line

    There are many command line utilities that you can use to retrieve operating system information along with switches to filter for specific data. For instructor-led Windows Server training, see our class schedule. Using VER.EXE. The first command line utility is the VER.exe command.  When using this command you will only retrieve the operation system version. If … Continue reading How to Retrieve Operating System Information Using a Command Line

    Are you ready for the end of product lifecycle support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003?

    With the end near for extended support for our beloved Microsoft Windows 2003 Server,  is your data center ready for the next operating systems? Mainstream support ended on 7/13/2010 and now extended support  will end on 7/14/2015, what does that mean for you? After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security update for any … Continue reading Are you ready for the end of product lifecycle support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003?

    Microsoft Learning Announced These Exams Will Be Retiring This Year

    Microsoft has recently announced the list of exams that will be retiring in the upcoming year.  The exams that are of note for those that are pursuing their certification in Windows 2008 / Windows 2008 R2 are listed below. Retiring on July 31, 2015 are the following exams for the MCTS program: 70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 … Continue reading Microsoft Learning Announced These Exams Will Be Retiring This Year

    How to Install File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) in Windows Server 2012

    Before you can efficiently implement any of type of file system management strategies in Windows Server, you will need to install the File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) role on your desired server. Once you have installed FSRM, you will be able to use any number of a suite of tools to manage your file server. … Continue reading How to Install File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) in Windows Server 2012

    Using Regedit.exe to Modify the Screen Saver Grace Period Locally

    Within the operating system there is a delay from when the screen saver activates and the system actually locks the display requiring you to enter a password to continue working.  This period of time is known as the screen saver password registration interval.  During this period a user can move the mouse or press any … Continue reading Using Regedit.exe to Modify the Screen Saver Grace Period Locally

    Enabling Hypervisor to auto start in the Boot Configuration Database (BCD)

    If you are getting the following error when attempting to start a Virtual Machine (VM) in Hyper-V, Virtualization may either be not enabled in BIOS or Hypervisor was not started during your computer start up. Recently after configuring a computer to dual boot I was unable to start up a virtual machine in the second … Continue reading Enabling Hypervisor to auto start in the Boot Configuration Database (BCD)

    Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method

    See our class schedule for complete Course Schedule Training. Classes are held in Phoenix, AZ and can be attended online from anywhere in the world with RemoteLive™. Instructor: Rick Trader  Video Transcription: One of the things that we might have to do in our corporate network is to take a class of IP addresses and then subnet that into … Continue reading Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method

    Using PowerShell to Reset Active Directory Passwords in Bulk

    See our class schedule for complete Course Schedule Training. Classes are held in Phoenix, AZ and can be attended online from anywhere in the world with RemoteLive™. Instructor: Rick Trader  Video Transcription: Video Transcription: One of the issues you might run into after using a bulk import tool into your Active Directory database is all your User Accounts come … Continue reading Using PowerShell to Reset Active Directory Passwords in Bulk