Paul Niser


Paul Niser is an IT risk manager at a financial firm in Chicago. He specializes in project management, business continuity, IT compliance, and process improvement. His background includes systems architecture, systems deployment, and automation.

Network-Database Lookups Made Easy 3
Netlookup.bat ties together three command-line tools to query network-service databases.
Microsoft’s Security Role
One way Microsoft works with security vulnerabilities is through its Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC).
Managing Security Hotfixes 4
Stay on top of security hotfixes without feeling overwhelmed.
Using Qchain
The Microsoft Qchain utility lets you install multiple hotfixes without rebooting between installations.
Command-Line Mailbox Creation 2
Learn how you can use a script to create mailboxes in Exchange Server 5.5.
Managing NT Event Logs
Before you enable Exchange Server 5.5 diagnostics logging, determine whether you need to make some configuration changes to your Windows NT event logs.
Diagnostics Logging in Exchange Server 5.5 2
Delve into Exchange Server 5.5 diagnostics logging, which monitors changes to Exchange Server objects in the Directory Service and helps you bump up your security level.
A Simple Command
You can use the Net User command to create new user accounts.
Take Command of Your Management Tasks 4
Several command-line tools can help your efficiency and decrease the time you spend creating and managing user accounts.
The Name Game 1
An example of how to use Cusrmgr to easily modify information in an existing user account.
Microsoft Stack Master Class

Master-Level Microsoft Stack Class with John Savill
Online Class: Thursdays Oct. 12th-Dec. 21st
30 Hours of Training for $995!

Understand the complete Microsoft solution stack, how the products work together, and how to implement and maintain for a total datacenter and desktop solution. This course covers the latest technology updates including Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 and will enable the new capabilities to be leveraged in your organization.


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