Windows client management

  • April 15, 2002 15 Apr'02

    How Microsoft's new licensing policy will affect you

    What is a Windows licensing strategy? How will V6 Enterprise Agreements affect pricing? Alvin Park, a Gartner senior research analyst, addresses just such issues in this second part of an interview with SearchWin2000.

  • April 15, 2002 15 Apr'02

    Microsoft .NET Server VP: We need to earn value proposition

    Windows .NET Server isn't ready for its close-up just yet -? that's still a few months away. But Microsoft's VP of the Windows .NET Server Group has plenty to say about it now. Bill Veghte sat down with SearchWin2000 on the Avenue of the Stars in ...

  • April 12, 2002 12 Apr'02

    Licensing: Countdown to July 31

    Microsoft has made some drastic changes to its volume licensing programs during the last year. Alvin Park, a Gartner senior research analyst, said now is the time to make your move - don't wait until the last minute. He talked with SearchWin2000 ...

  • April 11, 2002 11 Apr'02

    In antitrust we trust

    If the Microsoft antitrust trial ends with a settlement that won't change Microsoft's business practices, has the Justice Department's four-year battle been a monumental waste of time and money? One trial watcher and writer says to the contrary: IT ...

  • April 10, 2002 10 Apr'02

    TechEd keynote: Microsoft bets it all on .NET

    Bill Gates and Microsoft are betting the company on .NET, said Microsoft evangelist Eric Rudder in the opening keynote at TechEd 2002.

  • April 04, 2002 04 Apr'02

    IT pros' top five defrag questions

    The art of disk defragging has stumped many SearchWindowsManageability users. Our resident defrag expert, Frank Alperstaedt, has put their confusion on hold, however, with his expert advice.

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    Back to basics tech refresher: Server selection tips

    Is one box just like the other? Sometimes, it's what you don't see that counts. Check out these server selection tips.

  • March 27, 2002 27 Mar'02

    Expert tackles users' Win2k/XP problems

    SearchWindowsManageability expert Serdar Yegulalp answers questions on the little quirks and tricky technical issues that can make or break your Windows systems.

  • March 20, 2002 20 Mar'02

    Securing Active Directory dos & don'ts

    With Active Directory, if it's not one thing, it's another. Deploying and managing Active Directory are tough tasks, but securing it can be tougher. Here are some AD security tips that will help ease the burden.

  • March 07, 2002 07 Mar'02

    Managing Active Directory dos & don'ts

    Active Directory management is complicated. But, it doesn't take a degree in rocket science to run it, either. Doug Davis, director of Microsoft Solutions product management at Quest Software, outlined some tips and tricks for successful Active ...

  • March 05, 2002 05 Mar'02

    The weakest link in messaging: The votes are in!

    What are the weakest links in corporate messaging systems? In a searchWindowsManageability survey, IT pros finger the guilty parties and products.

  • February 19, 2002 19 Feb'02

    Dos and don'ts of heterogeneous management

    In this second part to this searchWindowsManageability interview, Bob Yellin, CTO of Tivoli Systems, Inc., described some "dos and don'ts" to managing a mixed network.

  • February 19, 2002 19 Feb'02

    Which apps love Linux more than Windows?

    Which applications run better on Linux than on Windows? Get the scoop from Tivoli's CTO, Bob Yellin. He also offers advice on managing mixed Windows and Linux environments.

  • February 18, 2002 18 Feb'02

    How software updates can cut costs

    Keeping software updated may seem an elementary idea, but it can really save your company lots of money in the long run, according to the CTO of Zero G Software. Find out how in this Q&A.

  • February 04, 2002 04 Feb'02

    Minding XP

    Running XP on my network is like inviting the neighbor's children over for lunch. Not only do I have to prepare things that they like and clean up when they're done, but I also have to worry about what they're doing when I'm not looking at them. XP ...