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Publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012

Publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012 This Wiki is about publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012. More info on the Distribution of those Remote Apps and desktops can be found in this wiki: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/14488.distribution-of-remote-apps-and-desktops-in-windows-server-2012.aspx The RD WebAccess role in Windows Server 2012 can be deployed using one of the new Scenario . . . Read more

Download and Install SharePoint 2013 Prerequisites on Windows Server 2012

Download-Install Windows Server 2012 Prerequisites for SharePoint 2013The intent of these scripts is to assist those who are required to perform an ‘offline’ Prerequisite Installation of SharePoint 2013 on Windows Server 2012. It is also for those who wish to learn more about the Prerequisite installation process and/or perform the . . . Read more

What File System Should I Use for My USB Drive?

It can be tough porting your videos and music to every device you use. How do you know your Mac, Xbox, and Windows Machine can read your files? Read on to find your perfect USB drive solution. File systems are the sort of thing that many computer users take for . . . Read more

How to Access FTP and WebDAV Sites in Any Operating System’s File Manager

You don’t need third-party software to access FTP servers, WebDAV sites, and other remote files shares. Popular desktop operating systems like Windows, Mac, and Linux can all do this out-of-the-box. You can also access files stored on servers using the NFS, Windows file sharing (SMB), and SSH protocols. Different operating systems support different . . . Read more

How to Configure Windows to Work with PowerShell Scripts More Easily

Windows and PowerShell have built-in security features and default configurations intended to prevent end-users from accidentally launching scripts in the course of their daily activities. However, if your daily activities routinely involve writing and running your own PowerShell scripts, this can be more of a nuisance than a benefit. Here, . . . Read more