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Check your systems for pending reboots with PowerShell

Learn how to check if your machines have pending reboots with a simple PowerShell module to ensure changes to files do not cause stability issues.


Will support for Exchange draw admins to Server Core?

If you don't know how to manage servers without GUI, there may be a bit of a learning curve to get the benefits of running Exchange on Server Core.

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Windows and Linux: What systems administrators need to know

The lines between Windows Server and Linux continue to blur. Discover what Windows administrators need to know to get up to speed with these new Linux features.


It's no longer Linux vs. Windows, so why not use both?

The line between Windows and Linux is starting to blur in most organizations. Here's what systems administrators need to know about working with Linux and Windows.

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    BlueKeep remains a patching priority for admins

    Despite multiple warnings from Microsoft, the threat of the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability to unpatched Windows systems continues to loom following its May Patch Tuesday disclosure.

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    Microsoft wards off potential heir to WannaCry

    Microsoft fixed 23 critical vulnerabilities in its latest monthly security updates, as well as patches for supported and unsupported Windows systems to ward off a worm that has the potential to be the next WannaCry.

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    Microsoft fixes 2 actively exploited Win32k bugs

    In addition to Microsoft's fixes, administrators should patch holes in several Adobe products to keep attackers from creating havoc in their systems.