For many admins, Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) is a mystery. What is it actually for? For enhancing the security of Internet Explorer? Nobody seriously believes that. The accurate name for this “feature” would be “Internet Explorer Limited Usability.” If IE ESC is enabled, Internet Explorer is essentially disabled because you can no longer use it in a reasonable way.
Weblog of Michael Pietroforte
2012 was a year with important releases for Windows administrators. Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, which became publicly available in 2012, make up the most popular 2012 articles on 4sysops.
This is a list of free e-books that are useful for Windows administrators. It will be regularly updated.
In this poll, I would like to know whether you prefer PowerShell or a graphical user interface (GUI) for managing computers in your corporate network—that is, if you prefer to be an Admin or a DevOp (explained below).