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Artigos em Destaque:
- SQL Server: SQL Server certification
By Brad McGehee
You have a lot of options for getting certified on your version of SQL Server, and you should do so if you’re the one responsible for keeping it up and running.
- IT Management: The IT social contract
By Romi Mahajan
Businesses need the proper tools to function. And nowhere is that more clear than with IT. Here’s the user’s Bill of Rights from the IT department.
- IIS: Manage multiple certificates on multiple Web servers
By Jason Helmick
While it can be cumbersome to manage numerous security certificates, you can use Windows PowerShell to expedite the process.
- Windows 8: Identify your unique adoption path
By Stella Chernyak
Windows 8 can fit into your infrastructure regardless of which Windows OS you’re using now or where you are in your migration plans.
- Active Directory: Active Directory structures
By Brien M. Posey
While simple is often best, you might want to consider applying a more creative layout to your Active Directory infrastructure.
- SQL Server 2012: Password emergency
By Saleem Hakani
If the unthinkable happens and you forget your SQL Server password, there are ways to get back into the system.
- Lync Server 2013: Keep in touch
By Alan Maddison
The Microsoft unified communications platform is becoming more tightly integrated and has a more resilient architecture.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Manage database copies
By Jaap Wesselius
CYou can create and manage copies of Exchange databases for archiving and disaster recovery purposes.
- Utility Spotlight: Gather troubleshooting data
By Lance Whitney
The Microsoft Product Support Reports tool collects information on a misbehaving system to help you (or Microsoft) diagnose the source of the problem.
- Windows Confidential: The hidden variables
By Raymond Chen
Embedding one environment variable within another is simply a matter of good operational timing.
- Toolbox: New products for IT professionals
By Greg Steen
Monitor Web services and event logs with these easy-to-use solutions.
- Windows PowerShell: Make the second hop
By Don Jones
You can run into some tricky situations when Remoting with Windows PowerShell. Just be careful how many times you make the hop.
- Exchange Queue & A: Moving online
By Henrik Walther
You’ll have some decisions to make when moving e-mail from on-premises to a cloud-based environment such as Exchange Online.
- Geek of All Trades: Script-free glue for automation
By Greg Shields
System Center Orchestrator 2012 uses runbooks to automate activities and tasks—all without requiring a single line of code or script.