Access-Denied Assistance is a new feature in Windows Server 2012 that makes it easier for users to get help for “access denied” errors with shared file resources. On the other side of the equation, administrators are given clear information to resolve such permissions problems.
In the last part of this three part series over Altiris Symantec Management Platform I gave an overview of the Symantec Management Console, Computer Management, and Software Management. In this part we will be going over Patch Management, remote desktop with PCAnywhere, and the different types of reporting available in SMP
Windows To Go is a great new feature in Windows 8 that allows you to boot a full-blown Windows 8 system from a USB drive. In this post, I share a few experiences and explain what you can do if booting up fails with the error code 0xc000000e or because the USB drive is ignored.
In the first part of this series, I discussed the benefits of the available Server Roles in Server Core installations of Windows Server 2012. Today, let’s get hands-on by configuring a Windows Server 2012 Server Core installation as a Domain Controller.
Most sites I’ve seen and heard of are using Native Mode. If you ask many administrators what that means, you get some pretty interesting responses. Basically, Native Mode means that the communications channel is encrypted via SSL between the Client device and the Management Point (MP), and other site system servers, except for communicating with Server Locator Point (SLP), and Fallback Status Point (FSP) servers.