Category Archives: Microsoft

Computer Backup Recommendations

This is the first in a series of reference articles that answer frequently asked questions from friends, family, and clients.  I will update these articles as required.  Feel free to let me know if you have any questions or recommendations. … Continue reading

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Why I hate Prometric for Microsoft Certification Exams

Why doesn’t Prometric recruit another location in New Jersey (specifically Mount Laurel) for IT professionals to take Microsoft and other certification exams? Why doesn’t Prometric fix it’s web site?  It’s 2010, and a company that has a monopoly on Microsoft … Continue reading

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Download details: Remote Desktop Connection Manager

Download details: Remote Desktop Connection Manager. Remote Desktop Connection Manager.  The latest release is 2.2, 5/27/2010.  This is an awesome tool to centralize and manage lots of remote servers.  You can set standards for RDP sessions, and override the defaults … Continue reading

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One Click control to UAC through UAC controller tool Technoweblog

One Click control to UAC through UAC controller tool via One Click control to UAC through UAC controller tool Technoweblog. Interesting add-on to manage UAC (User Access Control) for Vista and Windows 7.

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You Had Me At EHLO… : iOS 4 and Exchange ActiveSync

    iOS 4 and Exchange ActiveSync You Had Me At EHLO… : iOS 4 and Exchange ActiveSync I haven’t seen this yet, but be aware.  iPhone 4 issues with Exchange ActiveSync. Exchange administrators are seeing heavier than normal loads … Continue reading

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Stop Paying for Windows Security; Microsoft’s Security Tools Are Good Enough

  Stop Paying for Windows Security; Microsoft’s Security Tools Are Good Enough I have been using Microsoft Security Essentials since it was in beta.  It does a good job, with very low overhead, and high rate of accuracy, including malware … Continue reading

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