Windows Server Update Services keeps reinstalling the root certificates update that is described in KB 931125 on the clients that are running Windows XP
An empty encrypted folder remains on a computer that is running Windows Vista after you move the folder to a network share
After you apply a GPO to redirect a folder to a new network share, the redirected folder is empty on client computers that are running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008
How to restore the Windows Remote Management settings when all authentication schemes are disabled on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 R2
Domain controllers are incorrectly listed as offline in Active Directory Administration Center
High CPU utilization when the DFS Replication service is installed on a failover cluster node running Windows Server 2008 R2
Error message and event log warning 6804 when you complete a DFS Replication SYSVOL migration by using the Dfsrmig.exe tool on a domain controller that is running Windows Server 2008 R2: "No connections exist for Domain System Volume"
You cannot change User Account Control (UAC) settings on Windows 7
Troubleshooting Credential Roaming
WDS and DFSR: Love at First Sync
Windows Server 2008 R2 eBook
Windows 7 Kernel Enhancements
Announcing the AD FS 2.0 Release Candidate and More
Announcing WIF support for Windows Server 2003 !!
Using DNS Aliases on Windows Machines.
Microsoft begins testing new tech support forum staffed by paid 'independent experts'
High CPU on Wmiprvse.exe caused by memory leak DNSPROV.DLL Windows 2003
Windows Server 2008 R2 Quick Look- Installing the Migration Tools
Why didn't my Group Policy settings apply?
DNS Security (DNSSec) Overview
Selecting the Right Virtualization Technology – R2 IPD Guide now available
Reposted : 5 Group Policy Myths
UAG reaches RTM
Where do my FSMO roles go when I delete a DC in “Active Directory Users and Computers”?
Windows 7 XP Mode User Experience
Finding out which machines are Laptops in a domain
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