How to see those file extensions in Windows

If you are a IT administrator or pretty much anyone who works with computer files a lot, then you are probably aware that by default these file extensions are always hidden. If you are reading this article, you may not agree with that situation. You probably also know that the place to enable viewing file extensions changes with each…


Adprep in Windows Server 2012

We recently published TechNet topics about Adprep.exefor Windows Server 2012. Adprep has many changes for this release: Adprep runs automatically as needed as part ofAD DS installation. For example, if you are installing AD DS on a serverthat runs Windows Server 2012 in a forest where all existing domain controllersrun a previous version of Windows Server,…


New topic about upgrading domain controllers to Windows Server 2012: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/hh994618.aspx

We have published a topic about upgrading domain controllers to Windows Server 2012: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/hh994618.aspx.  It covers a lot of useful background information to help you prepare for an Active Directory upgrade, including system requirements, supported upgrade options, functional level features and requirements, application compatibility, known issues, and more. We will keep updating the topic as…

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