Microsoft Group Policy Management
- February 04, 2010
A new download from Microsoft can be used to notify admins of potential health risks involving the DFS Namespaces service in Windows Server 2008 R2.
- March 05, 2007
Getting the most from Group Policy is tough for IT managers if they don't stay on top of it. One expert has launched his own products to help simplify the process.
- January 15, 2007
NetPro Computing Inc. walks away with winners in both categories.
- December 21, 2006
The elves at Microsoft are still cranking out code. Bits for Windows Server 2003 SP2 and Longhorn Server came out this week.
- November 13, 2006
IT shops should save a one-time conversion problem using a free tool to help migrate Group Policy templates in older versions of Windows to Vista.
- October 06, 2006
With its purchase of DesktopStandard, Microsoft's Group Policy adds much to customers' wish lists, but Microsoft keeps mum on what its exact plans are for the technology.
- October 02, 2006
Microsoft snapped up closely held DesktopStandard, a small software company that specializes in policy-based management tools.
- August 28, 2006
Should you learn to script to perform a specific task? Scripting expert Christa Anderson tackles readers' email and answers questions about killing a process and managing variables and string names.
- March 27, 2006
The next version of Windows doubles the number of Group Policy settings from roughly 1,500 to about 3,000. Most of them are security related.
- February 22, 2006
This series of tips takes a look at troubleshooting SCSI. The tips cover connectivity problems, SCSI terminators, IDs and cabling -- the four major trouble spots for SCSI.