Windows Server 2012 includes .NET Framework, it provides a comprehensive and consistent programming model to build and run applications (including Roles and Features) that are built for various platforms.
It is not recommended to uninstall .NET Framework. In some given circumstances, there may be a requirement to remove/re-install it…
I know many IT folk have been waiting for the updated Administrative Templates for Update 1 to ensure a smooth rollout…
A customer of mine recently started deploying Windows 8 in their environment.
MDT was set up and the deployment was working fine, but after deployment the
Windows 8 machines wouldn’t connect to the WSUS server.
When trying to connect to the WSUS-server through the Control Panel I got an error message.
There are several reasons to change the default organizational unit of computers that join the domain.
The default OU (domain.local\Computers) cannot be linked with GPOs, and should be avoided since its builtin.
First of all, the way http.sys works on newer Windows versions is a very useful feature.
The reason behind http.sys is to have a single system service that listens on the all-important port 80 and be a mediator to different applications and services…
Do you ever get that sinking feeling, when you’ve forgotten the root password to your test lab? Again?
I hate it too! So I decided to figure out a way around it, using a work around…
When setting up Active Directory delegation, you want administrators to be able to maintain Group Policy without being a Domain Admin.
If you read TechNet, Microsoft tells you to use Group Policy Creator Owners. However CO does not have permissions to modify or edit any other group policy objects.
After installing Windows Server 2012 and booting up you are welcomed by the new, greatly improved Server Manager.
This new tool is however not compatible with previous server versions out-of-box.