A Month of Windows Server 2008 Tips – Week 2

This month, TechNet Magazine is running a month of Windows Server 2008 tips, posting a new tip every day Monday through Friday.  Here’s what we posted for the second week of April.

Understand Implicit Groups and Identities in Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 defines a set of special identities that you can use to assign permissions in certain situations. The special identities are listed here.

Use Built-In Tools to Create Partitions and Volumes in Windows Server
Windows Server 2008 simplifies the Disk Management user interface by using one set of dialog boxes and wizards for both partitions and volumes.

Run Check Disk from the Command Line to Find and Fix Errors
You can run Check Disk from the command line or within other utilities. At a command prompt, you can test the integrity of the E drive by typing these commands.

Create and Restore Shadow Copies on Windows Server 2008
Simple steps for creating and restoring Shadow Copies on Windows Server 2008!

Quickly Map a Network Drive in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
Need to quickly map a network drive? We show you how, in both Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.

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