Jeremy Moskowitz


Jeremy Moskowitz, a Group Policy MVP, runs, a popular online Group Policy community forum, and PolicyPak Software, which leverages Group Policy for application management and security. Connect with Jeremy at and

More Control Through Group Policy Preferences
how these extensions give you more options for deploying printers, restricting devices, managing users and groups, and help out with other common Group Policy tasks.
Using the SoftGrid SMS Connector to Deliver a SoftGrid Application

SoftGrid ships with something called the SoftGrid SMS Connector. It’s a neat piece of technology that enables Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) administrators to deploy SoftGrid applications by using the same SMS process they always did. However, what’s not generally known is that the SMS Connector has been deprecated (that is, put out to pasture).

Making SoftGrid Apps Work On the Road
Your users will be able to access all their SoftGrid applications even while on the road, when you combine SoftGrid client’s new Offline mode with a technique to wrap your SoftGrid sequences as MSI files for deployment.
Windows 2003: Active Directory Administration Essentials - 01 Mar 2006
Whether you're an expert with Windows 2000 Server and Active Directory (AD), an NT administrator who's read all the trade journals and maybe has a Windows 2000 test lab, or you're new to Active Directory, this book is for you. Windows Server 2003 brings a lot that's new and improved to the table -- and this book delves into those new features.
My Favorite Tips for Windows XP SP2 5
Learn techniques for delaying deployment of XP SP2 if necessary, safely deploying it when you're ready, managing Windows Firewall, modifying existing GPOs to contain the new .adm templates, and more.
Don't Wait--Back Up Those GPOs Now!
The GPMC with Service Pack 1 streamlines backing up, restoring, and migrating GPOs and offers one additional benefit: You don't need a Windows Server 2003 license to use it.
Sunbelt Directory Inspector 4
Use this tool to get a true picture of all the disparate directories across your network.
Network CCM Tools
These Change and Configuration Management tools speed and simplify the time-consuming task of administering a large environment.
Change and Configuration Management Tools - 30 Dec 2003 2
If you administer a large environment, these Change and Configuration Management tools will make your life simpler.
Change and Configuration Management for AD
AD's out-of-the-box auditing capabilities come up short when you require advanced functionality. Step beyond basic AD auditing with these tools.
Windows Decision Point
Grab a pen and some paper and jot down your answers to this quiz. When you're finished, you'll have a good idea whether to consider upgrading your environment to Windows 2003.
AD Migration Tools
When it’s time to migrate, these tools help you get through the process smoothly.
SMS, IntelliMirror, and MOM 2
Microsoft offerings provide computer inventory management, software deployment, and system monitoring and reporting capabilities.
NetworkCharter Pro
Document your network with NetworkCharter Pro.
John Savill's Microsoft Stack Master Class

Join John Savill for the ALL NEW Microsoft Stack Master Class!

Get 30 hours of detailed instruction covering the complete Microsoft solution stack. Invest a few hours each week and become THE Microsoft expert in your organization.

Thursdays, October 8th to December 17th
11am, 1pm, and 3pm Eastern Time

John will cover topics including:

* Deploying, Managing, and Maintaining Windows
* Key Features of Active Directory from Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2012 R2 PLUS Windows Server 2016
* Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 Hyper-V and Complementary Features
* Key elements of Microsoft System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2 and major changes in the 2016 wave
* Deploying, Migrating to, and Managing Hyper-V in Your Organization
* Implementing a Private Cloud
* Using PowerShell to Automate Common tasks
* And much more!




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