Day: July 6, 2017

Step by Step How to Configuring Scripts with GPOs in Windows Server 2016

Group Policy settings for applying scripts You can use Group Policy scripts to perform a number of tasks. There might be actions that you need to perform every time a computer starts up or shuts down, or when users sign in or sign out. For example, you can use scripts to: • Clean up desktops … Continue reading Step by Step How to Configuring Scripts with GPOs in Windows Server 2016

Step by Step How to Configure Folder Redirection in Windows Server 2016

What is Folder Redirection?  This article shows you how simply you can redirect folder in Windows Server with group policy. The folder redirection is the way to keep a profile folders to a network location or other location in the local computer. Typically user profiles and settings are stored in local profile. By redirecting folders, you … Continue reading Step by Step How to Configure Folder Redirection in Windows Server 2016

Step by Step How to Configuring Advanced Hyper-V Networking DHCP Guard in Windows Server 2016

What is DHCP Guard in Hyper-V? Enable DHCP Guard Network adapters configured with the DHCP Guard option will have any DHCP reply packets from the VM dropped by the Hyper-V switch. This means that if the VM is pretending to be a DHCP server when it shouldn't be, although the server still sees the DHCP … Continue reading Step by Step How to Configuring Advanced Hyper-V Networking DHCP Guard in Windows Server 2016

Step by Step How to Implementing NIC Teaming in Windows Server 2016

What is NIC Teaming? NIC Teaming allows you to combine up to 32 network adapters and then use them as a single network interface. NIC Teaming provides redundancy, allowing network communication to occur over the combined network interface even when one or more of the network adapters fail. The combination of network adapters also increases … Continue reading Step by Step How to Implementing NIC Teaming in Windows Server 2016