Technet Magazine Edição Junho 2009

Application Compatibility: Inside the Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.5

The Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) lets users know whether applications are compatible with a new version of Windows before deployment and can also help them determine how an operating system update will impact these applications. By taking a look under the hood of the Application Compatibility Toolkit, readers are better able to evaluate the potential of each tool and invest in them appropriately. Chris Corio and Chris Jackson

Application Compatibility: Planning Your Application Compatibility Project

One of the biggest obstacles that hinder operating system upgrades is application compatibility, so it makes sense to design a project that will reveal the applications you have and figure out what will work or how to fix things ahead of time. This article describes what you have to consider to implement a successful project. Chris Jackson

Group Policy: Automating Group Policy Management with Windows PowerShell

Group Policy is used in almost every environment and relied on by many to secure and their Windows environment. Surprisingly few have introduced automation into the process, however. This article explains how to take advantage of the GPMC APIs and Windows PowerShell to automate management of Group Policy in your organization. Darren Mar-Elia

Active Directory: Using Catch-All Subnets in Active Directory

In an ideal world, users are directed to the appropriate domain controller for Active Directory authentication, but this is not necessarily what happens in most organizations due to IP subnet information not being properly defined in Active Directory. This article presents a solution to ensure users locate the appropriate DC for authentication—a catch-all subnet to catch the authentication from clients on subnets are not defined in Active Directory. John Policelli

Web Infrastructure: Providing Scalability for ASP.NET Applications

Although Web technology provides an elegant architecture of Web farms and load balancers for ASP.NET applications, data storage technologies have not kept pace, so the applications are unable to scale effectively. The solution is an in-memory storage mechanism that can grow linearly—a distributed cache, as this article discusses. Iqbal Khan

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