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  • Exchange 12 hits beta mark

    Microsoft's next-generation messaging software is on track for its late 2006 or early 2007 delivery. 

  • Microsoft mends minor scripting problems in Monad

    The fixes apply to Microsoft's Monad scripting language for the beta 3.1 version. Monad is due to make its first appearance in Exchange 12 later this year. 

  • Managing Samba: Remote GUI tools

    Samba team co-founder John H. Terpstra explains how to use graphical interface tools to manage Samba across a large corporate network. 

  • Microsoft delivers new Exchange tool for mobile devices

    Exchange administrators have a new free tool in their quiver to help configure and validate mobile client certificate authentication for Exchange Server ActiveSync. Microsoft also released a utility that gives Exchange's Jet database a stress test. 

  • Plugging Windows security holes? Hold the glue

    IT managers can use Group Policy software extensions to stop the downloading of corporate data onto endpoints, like memory sticks or CDs. Believe it or not, some IT shops have used epoxy to get the same job done. 

  • Product licensing tool hits milestone

    Microsoft released an updated version of its Product Licensing Advisor, which includes a richer set of information to help customers evaluate various purchasing scenarios. 

  • Microsoft reorg aligns Exchange with Outlook

    Exchange Server and Outlook are finally together under one management umbrella over at Microsoft. 

  • Restricting users from accessing the C drive

    Expert Jeremy Moskowitz advises a reader on how to use Group Policy to allow users access to the My Documents folder, but not the C drive. 

  • Microsoft's DeVadoss argues SOA is more than IT

    John DeVadoss leads the architecture strategy team at Microsoft. Prior to that, he helped major ISVs like SAP and PeopleSoft link up with the .NET platform and before his Microsoft days he was a principal consultant with Tibco Software. Read

  • FAQ: Active Directory

    Got a question for Active Directory expert Laura E. Hunter? Check the Active Directory FAQ first to see if Laura may already have answered your question.