15 Windows Commands That Are Still Awesome

In this post, I’m going to show you 15 Windows commands that are still great for troubleshooting and gathering system configuration details. In fact: Most of these commands are far superior to any PowerShell command. I’ll show you examples of each command and explain what they are used for. Check it out. 1. ping The … Read more

Monitor Windows Server Bandwidth Usage (Complete Guide)

Monitor Windows Server Bandwidth Usage

In this guide, I’ll show you how to monitor the bandwidth usage on Windows Servers. In addition, I’ll show you how to use a network traffic analyzer to identify top applications by bandwidth. Knowing how to Monitor Windows Servers bandwidth usage is important for troubleshooting performance issues and capacity planning. In this guide, I walk … Read more

How to Restart or Shutdown a Remote Computer

There will be times as a Windows Administrator that you will need to reboot or shutdown a remote computer or server. In this tutorial, I’ll show you two easy methods for rebooting and shutting down remote computers. The first method uses a built in Windows command and the second method uses PowerShell. Check it out. … Read more

How to View NTFS Effective Permissions

Are you looking for a way to view who has permissions to a file, folder or network share? Then you’re in the right place. NTFS permissions are useful to secure access to files and folders. When you have multiple users, groups and network shares it can be difficult to keep track of who has access … Read more

Quickly Check Windows Server Uptime

How to check windows Servers or workstations uptime? This is useful when troubleshooting a server, slow application or checking the last boot time due to a power outage. Below are a few options for quickly checking the uptime. Video Tutorial If you don’t like video tutorials or want more details, then continue reading the instructions … Read more