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Microsoft closes more than 60 vulnerabilities on Patch Tuesday

Administrators should prioritize patching systems affected by four public disclosures resolved by the Patch Tuesday updates.


How to use PowerShell to ensure proper file copying

Admins proficient in PowerShell can build advanced scripts that copy files for different scenarios with added measures to ensure the duplicates reach their destinations.


Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference coverage

Keep up to date on the latest developments from the Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference and get a closer look at the latest software and hardware offerings from the company.

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Windows Server tools that help trim VM resource use

Fine-tune virtualized workloads and diagnose performance issues with help from these Windows troubleshooting tools every server administrator should know.

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    On-premises Active Directory or Azure AD? It doesn't have to be an either/or situation, as more cloud services are making their way into traditional data center environments.

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    How to set up Microsoft Teams with Exchange

    As Microsoft Teams gains prominence for business collaboration, administrators should investigate the integration options with their Exchange Online or on-premises Exchange setup.

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