Greg is an independent author, instructor, Microsoft MVP and IT consultant based in Denver, Colorado. He is a co-founder of Concentrated Technology.
With nearly 15 years of experience in information technology, Greg has developed extensive experience in systems administration, engineering, and architecture specializing in Microsoft systems management, remote application, and virtualization technologies. Greg is the author of several books including Windows Server 2008: What's New / What's Changed. Greg is a recipient of Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award with a specialization in Windows Terminal Services.
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Contributions from Greg Shields, Contributor
- Five Group Policy Preferences to replace logon scripts
- Install WSUS updates immediately with PowerShell
- WDS driver databases offer Plug and Play for everything
- Bring your apps to the Internet in six steps
- Designing your DMZ for RDG
- How to help bad apps get their ACT together
- Move your DMZ to EC2 in four easy steps
- Five layers of iSCSI storage connection security
- Configuring iSCSI for Windows Server
- Top free Windows tools admins have never heard of
- Always-on VPN extends remote management for admins
- Windows Server 2008 R2 features: Studs and duds
- A wish list for the future of Virtual Machine Manager
- What Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 can’t do
- Step-by-step: Putting Windows Server in the cloud
- Seven uses for the cloud you might not have considered
- Will cloud computing cost you your job?
- All-in-one permissions management with Icacls
- Icacls basics for automating file permissions
- App configuration made simple with GPPs