After the release of a patch for Windows Server 2016 on April 16th, it’s now possible to manage hyper-converged infrastructure using the Windows Admin Center.
Microsoft releases a preview of Storage Migration Service in the latest Insider version of Windows Server 2019. In this Ask the Admin, I’ll provide an overview of what it is and how it works.
This month, Windows 10 goes on a diet, the April Update is delayed, and Project Honolulu reaches general availability as the Windows Admin Center.
In this post, I’ll look at why Windows Admin Center is the new GUI management tool of choice for Windows Server.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll provide a general overview of the Windows Admin Center, which was released earlier this month.
At last year’s Ignite, Microsoft announced that it was developing an HTML5 web client for Remote Desktop Services. At the end of March, Microsoft made a preview available.
Installing Windows Admin Center in Windows Server 2019 Server Core is covered.
Microsoft has announced today that the Windows Admin center has reached general availability and that with the release of Server 2019, it’s about to become much easier to manager Windows desktop and Server.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to manage Puppet, Windows Installer, and Chocolatey.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to manage local users and groups using Puppet.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how unauthenticated access to Windows file shares works.
This month, Microsoft patches a remote code execution vulnerability for CredSSP, helps Intel distribute microcode updates to protect against Spectre Variant 2, and Office 2016 gets updated to version 1803.
Microsoft has announced Windows Server 2019 and you can download preview bits today to test before the platform reaches general availability.