One of the really nice features in Windows 8 Server is the re-vamped Server Manager. I have to admit, I like it a LOT, mainly because as you add more servers in your environment to the interface, Server Manager brings in information from each system and starts fleshing out the interface with dynamic groups based [...]
I was quite pleased with my last PowerShell post, measuring user logon times from logon to the point at which the desktop becomes usable. However, I received the following feedback:
Text files or CSVs are all well and good, but SQL reporting is definitely the way to go, and; The initial time metric was more [...]
I recently had a client who was experiencing random slow logons on their Windows 7 systems. These logons were taking anywhere up to (and sometimes in excess of) ten minutes, so naturally the user base was getting pretty irate.
The problem for the IT department is that these machines were almost exclusively public access machines, [...]