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  • FAQ: Terminal Services

    Got a question for Terminal Services expert Christa Anderson? Check the Terminal Services FAQ first to see if Christa may already have answered your question. 

  • 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. 

  • FAQ: Ask the Expert

    Looking for expert advice? Before you pose your question to our panel of Windows experts, take a moment to see if your question may already have been answered. Visit the FAQ. 

  • Collaboration tools seek to ease migration woes

    Microsoft's new collaboration tools promise to make it a lot easier to move applications and mailboxes off of IBM's Notes/Domino platform. 

  • Symantec acquisition may increase compliance options in Windows shops

    Security software giant Symantec hopes to increase compliance portfolio with recent acquisition. 

  • Microsoft's 'Red Bull' aims to create a migration buzz

    Microsoft is prepping 'Red Bull,' a refashioned suite of migration tools, to get users too migrate off of Domino and onto Exchange Server 2003. 

  • Microsoft extends lifecycle support policy for older products

    Microsoft announced this week that a change to its lifecycle support policy will now match end-of-support dates with Patch Tuesday. Users can take advantage of new security updates free of charge. 

  • Free tool helps secure Terminal Services

    New freeware offered by software developer 2X improves security for Terminal Services. The tool secures remote Web servers by verifying IP addresses. 

  • Poll reveals IT managers' e-mail archiving concerns

    Our online poll reveals users want to archive e-mail so they can retrieve messages efficiently. Yet, many still do not see archiving as a top priority. 

  • Windows Product Activation (WPA)

    Windows Product Activation (WPA) is the mandatory product registration system included in Microsoft's Windows XP, Office XP, and recent Office products (such as Word 2002 or Excel 2002) as a means of enforcing compliance with the company's End User L...