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Harnessing the Power of the Get-MSolUser PowerShell Cmdlet
Microsoft Office 365 features PowerShell cmdlets that can dramatically reduce the time it takes to perform admin tasks via the Office 365 Admin Center. Discover how the Get-MsolUser PowerShell cmdlet can provide greater flexibility in managing Office 365 Windows Azure Active Directory instances.

Creating Users in Office 365 the PowerShell Way
PowerShell presents an efficient way to interact with Microsoft Office 365 resources. While you can create users with Office Admin Center, you can also use PowerShell cmdlets to quickly create users.

Brushing Up on Essential Active Directory PowerShell Commands
Today we'll reveal a few valuable Active Directory PowerShell commands you might want to use for your daily operational needs.

Installing and Activating Hyper-V Linux Integration Services
Learn how to install and activate Hyper-V Integration Services for Linux to help improve the performance of Hyper-V VMs running on Linux distributions.

Remote Desktop Connections for Multiple Users on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012
Our latest Server Tutorial tackles remote desktop connections for multiple users on Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012 and the forthcoming Windows Server 2016.

11 Load Balancers You Need to Know in 2016
If you require 100 percent uptime for your services, a server load balancer or application delivery controller (ADC) is the way to go. Get to know the leading load balancer hardware, software and cloud solutions.

Streamlining Admin Tasks with SCVMM PowerShell Commands
Microsoft's System Center Virtual Machine Manager includes its own set of handy PowerShell commands for facilitating interactions with VMs, Hyper-V hosts and more.

5 Free RADIUS Server Testing Tools
When troubleshooting a RADIUS server, it's good to have a client simulator program. These five completely free RADIUS testing and monitoring tools can help you check the initial configuration of the server and any changes you make.

Installing and Using Microsoft Azure PowerShell Version 1.0
While you can use previous versions of Azure PowerShell cmdlets to interact with Azure resources, there are several key benefits offered in the new Azure PowerShell 1.0.

Azure: Opting for ARM or the Classic Way of Doing Things?
While Microsoft has introduced a new way to manage Azure resources, there are several key reasons you might not want to utilize the Azure Resource Manager, at least not yet.

Manipulating Azure Storage Accounts Using Storage PowerShell cmdlets
The Microsoft Azure dev team has provided six PowerShell cmdlets that can be useful when working with Azure storage accounts from the command line.

6 Powerful PowerShell Tools and Utilities
Discover six GUI-based scripting tools and utilities that can extend PowerShell's functionality while helping to make it a bit easier to use.

Windows Server 2003 End of Support Survival Guide
Increased security, guaranteed compliance and reduced maintenance costs are certainly reasons enough to push more and more businesses towards migrating away from Windows Server 2003 in the coming months. Will your company be one of them?

An Azure Lexicon for Working with Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure
Creating and using Azure virtual machines in the public cloud involves knowing and understanding a variety of defined Azure terms and components.

Creating Azure Virtual Machines Quickly and Painlessly
There are several ways to create an Azure Virtual Machine, and the best option will likely depend on your role and expertise.

Tips and Considerations When Creating Virtual Machines in Azure
At first glance, it might seem easy to set up a virtual machine in Microsoft Azure, but there are several important considerations to keep in mind before creating a VM in Azure.

The End of the Road for Windows Server 2003 and 2008
With mainstream support for Windows Server 2008 R2 coming to an end, it's a great time to make the leap to Windows Server 2012 R2 and reap the benefit of all its new Hyper-V enhancements.

Move-VM, Move-VMStorage and Compare-VM PowerShell cmdlets for Hyper-V
Discover the power behind three valuable PowerShell cmdlets available to Hyper-V server admins.

Key Considerations for WSUS 6.2 on Windows Server 2012 R2
Get up to speed with our handy list of tips and tricks for painlessly installing and operating a Windows Server Update Services server.

Using Amazon Glacier or S3 as an Online Backup Server
Cloud storage solutions have become a simple, cost-effective solution for backing up your important data. Check out these feature-rich tools for helping efficiently manage your cloud storage data.

Key Deployment Considerations when Working with SCVMM 2012 R2
While System Center Virtual Machine Manager can help efficiently manage your virtualization infrastructure, make sure to brush up on these core details before installing it in a production environment.

3 Tips for Deploying a RADIUS Server for Wi-Fi Security
Getting ready to deploy a RADIUS server so you can utilize 802.1X authentication for enterprise Wi-Fi security? Here are a few handy tips to consider before moving forward.

Configuring NIC Teaming for Virtual Machines with Hyper-V 3.0
In our latest server tutorial discover how NIC Teaming can be used for Hyper-V virtual machines on Hyper-V 3.0 on Windows Server 2012.

Utilizing htaccess for Redirecting Website Traffic
Discover how you can harness the power of Apache web server's htaccess files to perform a variety of essential directory and file redirects and access management functions.

Cheatsheet for Supported Guest OSes on Hyper-V 2012 R2
Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V supports an extensive variety of Windows operating systems and popular Linux distributions, so many in fact it can be a bit confusing keeping track of them all. Eliminate the confusion with this handy guide.

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