January 2008 | Archive by Month | SearchWindowsServer.com

January 2008

  • Windows Server 2008 RTMs in early February

    After years of delays and numerous changes, Windows Server 2008 code will finally be completed next week.

  • Windows Week in Review transcript: January 25, 2008

    As Vista gains momentum in the market, rumors of Microsoft's next desktop OS surface. Learn about Windows 7, plus the new tool Microsoft unveiled this week at Lotusphere 2008.

  • SQL Server 2008 pushed out to Q3 2008

    The next-generation database server, which will offer business intelligence and policy-based management features, will be available later than originally planned.

  • Archiving information with New-Item in Windows PowerShell

    With Windows PowerShell, administrators can use variables combined with cmdlets to store pertinent data as part of their file archiving systems.

  • IT compliance documentation: Do it now

    There's no time like the present for Windows managers to discuss IT compliance issues with their legal teams.

  • SelfServiceADmin 2.0

    SelfServiceADmin offers agentless support for immediate password resets and account unlocks, restoring user access to business-critical applications without help desk intervention.

  • File System Auditor 2.0

    File System Auditor 2.0 records Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 file server activity helping admins audit file access, generate reports and create alerts tied to file system events.

  • Microsoft woos Domino users with annual tool upgrade

    Microsoft scales Exchange migration tools for IT shops with the stomach to run large messaging systems side by side.

  • Exploring the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit: Clusfileport.dll

    As we continue our series on the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit, Windows expert Tim Fenner breaks down Cluster Print File Port, a useful tool for those working with server clusters.

  • SecurityManager 4.0

    Security Manager from NetPro Computing Inc. provides 24x7 monitoring of enterprise-wide security policies and both active and passive remediation when policy violations occur.

  • Product guide assists busy IT managers

    Editors in TechTarget's Windows Media Group have pulled together a showcase of new products to help orient Windows professionals who have little time to search on their own.

  • Specops Password Policy 2.1

    Specops Password Policy 2.1 helps enforce better password management for Windows Active Directory

  • Microsoft tightens Citrix ties, adds tools

    As the release of Windows Server 2008 and the Hyper-V hypervisor draw nearer, Microsoft is turning up the heat on virtualization rival VMware.

  • Recovery Manager for Active Directory Forest Edition

    This tool extends the value of Recovery Manager for Active Directory by allowing restoration of the entire forest to a point-in-time before the directory became corrupt.

  • GPExpert Scripting Toolkit for PowerShell v 1.0

    Discover how GPExpert Scripting Toolkit for PowerShell v 1.0 helps Windows IT shops manage Group Policy Object settings.

  • DSRAZOR for Windows

    This Windows administration tool is an interactive agent that helps administrators manage their Windows and Active Directory environments.

  • Document Locator 5.0

    Document Locator 5.0 from ColumbiaSoft Corp. helps businesses manage business documents and records, automate business processes and comply with regulations.

  • Using a cost management analysis to manage change in a Windows shop

    When creating a cost management analysis, IT managers should examine ways to implement a cost-effective Windows change management process.

  • ELM Event Log Monitor 5.0

    ELM Event Log Monitor 5.0 from TNT Software Inc. has real-time monitoring, alerting and reporting that complements the Windows security framework.

  • Kaseya Enterprise Edition

    Kaseya Enterprise Edition builds automation into the systems deployment and management process.