Tag: Microsoft Windows Server

How to Disable or Turn Off the Windows Firewall (All the Ways)

Learn how to disable Windows Firewall using the built-in, available GUI tools in Windows and use commands using netsh and PowerShell.

June Castillote Avatar June Castillote

11 min. read

Setting up NuGet Server on Windows (Complete Walkthrough)

So you've developed code. Great! Now you have to publish it to your users. But how There are many ways to accomplish this but one of the most used is NuGet. NuGet is a technology that allows you to publish code in the form of packages for others. A NuGet server is a way to make it happen.

Adam Bertram Avatar Adam Bertram

6 min. read

Understanding NIC Teaming in Windows Server

Learn about NIC Teaming and how it relates to performance/VM use/simplifying your networking, and deplogying it via GUI or PowerShell.

Devin Rich Avatar Devin Rich

11 min. read

How To Set Up Windows Event Log Forwarding In Windows Server 2016

Learn how to set up a basic Windows Event Log Forwarding subscription by setting up event collector, creating GPO, and configuring WEF.

Jeff Christman Avatar Jeff Christman

7 min. read

How to Check Windows Server Uptime

Windows uptime is a measurement that many server administrators use to troubleshoot day-to-day issues that may arise in the environment. In this article, you're going to learn all the ways to check Windows Server and Windows 10 uptime. You're free to use whichever way is easiest for you. Use this article as a future reference.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

5 min. read

How to Create an autounattend.xml File and Automate a Windows Install

Learn how to start automating Windows OS deployments in no time by performing Windows unattended install via autounattend.xml,

Adam Bertram Avatar Adam Bertram

3 min. read

How to Check for a Pending Reboot in the Registry (Windows)

Whenever you install software, updates or make configuration changes, it's common for Windows to need a reboot. Many OS tasks sometimes force Windows to require a reboot. When a reboot is pending, Windows add some registry values to show that. In this blog post, you're going to learn how to check for a pending reboot and how to build a PowerShell script to automate the task.

Adam Bertram Avatar Adam Bertram

7 min. read

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