I am setting up a lab/mock-up network and i'm wondering if is considered bad practice to add all my servers to my Windows Domain. Of course the DC must be part of the domain, and any server that users ...
We are thinking about using TruEncrypt full disk encryption to protect the data on our laptops (roughly 15-20 in the healthcare field - XP & Win7). And I was wonder about backups, and not per say ...
Best practice advise asked when users want to work on their workstation and from remote (but on their desktop), on Windows
I've got a work-group of 5 people. All of them have their dedicated machine with Windows 7. They are all connected to a central server running Windows Server 2008 R2, currently mainly offering the ...
Edit: Hello serverfault, they didn't like my question on programmers and migrated it here. In short my questions is: How do you (administrators) prefer to control settings for third party, off the ...
Currently we have one Windows 2008 R2 Server acting as a domain controller and fileserver. We're serving about 6 million jpgs to 4 IIS servers which are then served to web users. The problem is ...
We are working on migrating from Novell to Active Directory. During the transition, We are going to evaluate our drive mappings in light of current standards to see if what we have been doing still ...
At the office where I work, three of the other members of the IT staff are logged into their computers all the time with accounts that are members of the domain administrators group. I have serious ...
"Back in the day" we always segregated our OS drives (in Windows) from our Data drives. In the Linux world, although I am much less familiar with it, I am aware that the wisdom dictates even more ...