Jan 29

Disable Adding USB Drive and Memory Sticks via Group Policy and Group Policy Preferences

If you do not have Group Policy Preferences installed see Install Group Policy Preferences. This link tells you how to do it in a 2003 domain.  In a 2008 domain it is much easer as all you have to do … Continue reading

Jan 22

Are You Giving Enough To Your Community? We Need Your Help Running Community Technology User Groups And Events

Do you have a New Years Resolution?  If not, or you would just like one you can keep, I would love to help you help your community.  There are literally thousands of community groups all over the country and all … Continue reading

Jan 21

Installing and Managing Group Policy Preferences on a Windows Server 2003 Domain

It is possible to run Group Policy Preferences on a Windows Server 2003 Domain.  This post will step you through the process so you can get it deployed in your organization if you have not yet upgraded your domain to … Continue reading

Jan 12

Virtualization Webcast for All IT Pros – Online Training – What You Need To Know About The Hottest Virtualization Topics

Our team of IT Pro Evangelists including: Kevin Remde, Matt Hester, Chris Avis, Chris Henley, and Yung Chou is getting ready to start delivering a 20-part webcast series on Microsoft Virtualization Solutions on January 14, 2009. The objectives of this … Continue reading

Jan 09

Awesome Must Have System Tools – Windows Sysinternals (Every IT Pro should have in their toolbox)

At the Windows Server User Group in Waltham MA this week we talked about system tools that IT Pro’s use to make their life easier.  Many tools were presented by many people. Many of these tools were part of the … Continue reading

Jan 06

Migrating Windows Server 2003 R2 Virtual Guest from Virtual Server 2005 R2 to Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 or Hyper-V Server Using System Center Virtual Machine Manager

There are several things you must consider before migrating a machine from Virtual Server 2005 to a Hyper-V Host.  I thought I would make a post giving the quick list of how to do this so you do not miss … Continue reading