August, 2009

  • Free PowerShell Book to Download

    Windows administration has changed greatly from the the days of NT 3.5 when I started out. The most dramatic change happened with the release of Windows Server 2008 and the advent of PowerShell. Windows has always been, well windows. All tasks were completed...
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 available on TechNet and MSDN

    Everyone, including me has spent a lot of time discussing the Windows 7 release and getting caught up in all the hype over the new client OS. That being said, I spend most of my daily work with Microsoft discussing Windows Server 2008 R2 features, Virtualization...
  • Outlook for Mac is Coming!

    If you have met me, heard me speak or read my posts you probably already knew I like Mac’s. I openly admit to owning a MacBook Pro that I use for a lot of my home computing needs. I have also spent many hours on client sites in my past networking Mac...
  • Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7

    The new Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) have been released for the RTM version of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. These tools allow system administrators to manage remote and network connected Windows servers and services such as Active...
  • Patch Tuesday in Plain English

    It is patch Tuesday, or Wednesday as it maybe here in Ireland. Patching is a huge undertaking and one that needs to be done with the best information available. To help sift through all information and make it understandable the Canadian IT Pro team started...
  • Microsoft Technology User Group (MTUG) for Midwest Area Goes Live September

    I’m delighted to bring you the news that David Severn of Infinite Solutions Limited is re-igniting Microsoft Technology User Group (MTUG) activity for the Midwest region. The Midwest division of MTUG will serve the Clare/Limerick region and beyond. Judging...
  • Win7 is now available for download on TechNet and MSDN

    a picture is worth a thousand words, so……………………… cheers