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Last Updated on 11 May 2017, Total: 1504 Articles and Tutorials

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Latest Articles and Tutorials

  • Resolving Sysprep problems with App-X packages (Part 1) 11 May 2017 Mitch Tulloch

    This is the first of two articles explaining how to fix systems that won't Sysprep if Windows Native/App-X applications have been removed and Windows patches.

  • Active Directory Group Policy Health Check Items (Part 6): GPO Naming Convention 4 May 2017 Nirmal Sharma

    In Part 5 of this article series, we explained why it is important to provide a description text for each GPO. It is important to provide a descriptive text for each GPO if you have hundreds of GPOs and there are multiple IT Teams handling specific GPOs. The PowerShell script could help you get a list of GPOs, which do not have a description text set and then you can modify the description text for important GPOs.

  • Building a Custom Windows 10 Image 2 May 2017 Brien M. Posey

    Microsoft provides numerous options for building custom Windows 10 images. This article discusses some of the many options that are available.

  • Active Directory Group Policy Health Check Items (Part 5) 27 April 2017 Nirmal Sharma

    In Part 4 of this article series, we explained methods available to backup domain GPOs. We explained two common GPO backup methods that are GPMC and Backup-GPO PowerShell cmdlet. Although the most preferred method is to use GPMC, but in case you need to script GPO backup operation, you can always use Backup-GPO PowerShell cmdlet.

  • Improving Security with Credential Guard (Part 3) 25 April 2017 Brien M. Posey

    This article concludes the series on Credential Guard, by examining the process for enabling the protection of credentials.