Marcin Policht

Marcin Policht obtained his Master of Computer Science degree about 20 years ago and has been since then working in the Information Technology field, handling variety of responsibilities, but focusing primarily on the areas of identity and access management, virtualization, system management, and, more recently private, hybrid, and public cloud services. He has authored the first book dedicated to Windows Management Instrumentation and co-written several others dealing with subjects ranging from core operating system features to high-availability solutions. His articles have been published on such Web sites as ServerWatch.com and DatabaseJournal.com. For his contributions to the Microsoft technical community, he has been awarded the title of Microsoft MVP over the last ten years.
115 articles

Windows Terminal Services & Remote Desktop Users

The "Allow Logon Through Terminal Services" Policy Explained The "Allow Logon through Terminal Services" policy is a Microsoft Group Policy Object (GPO) that defines how...

Windows Terminal Services in Windows Server 2003

Another change in the way the Terminal Services operate is the way permissions to run Remote Desktop sessions are set. In previous versions of...

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