You cannot access a network share by using a client-side redirector that uses the server message block (SMB) protocol on a computer that is running Windows XP
Restricted registry access in Internet Explorer when using Windows SteadyState
You cannot access an administrative share on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, after you set the SrvsvcDefaultShareInfo registry entry to configure the default share permissions for a network share
A server certificate renewal request that is created in Internet Information Services 7.0 is invalid
The CLIENTNAME environment variable returns the value "Console" instead of the actual client name when users first log on to a Windows XP SP3-based computer by using Remote Desktop Connection
While resuming Windows XP Service Pack 3 from hibernation, you may see a blank screen instead of the splash screen
You encounter a slow application startup or a slow logon on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista after you apply software restriction policies
File copying from down-level systems to Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 is significantly slower if Intel I/OAT is enabled
The logoff screen is displayed when you close a Citrix Metaframe application on a Windows Server 2008-based computer
Migrating from PolicyMaker to Group Policy Preferences with GPPMIG
Potential for Kerberos Issues When Using a Cisco VPN/ASA with Win2003 or later DC’s
The Strange Case of Unenforced Password Complexity
DFSRMIG and the Connection Gremlin
Windows 7: Offline Files & Folders - Transparent Caching
FDCC and Internet Explorer 7, Part 3 – Protected Mode
Office Integration with MOSS and ADFS
Where to put SSL certificate for LDAP …
Getting the Contents of an Active Directory Integrated DNS Zone
Power Management in Group Policy – What do you do?
What's Happening in the GP World???
Major carriers ramping up support for IPv6
Command Line version of Server Manager in Windows Server 2008 R2
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