• PowerShell v3 has some great GUI

    PowerShell v3, available in the forthcoming Windows Server 8, packs some serious GUI behind a barebones command-line interface.

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  • Keep the graphical input prompt or avoid a GUI display: How to decide

    If you don't need a GUI display, PowerShell can be hosted in several hosting applications so you can use cmdlets instead of a graphical input prompt.

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  • Managing Samba: Remote GUI tools

    Samba team co-founder John H. Terpstra explains how to use graphical interface tools to manage Samba across a large corporate network.

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  • Quick Takes: Waxing Windows

    ILOG widens audience for high-end GUI creation; targets Windows developers ILOG has a new version of its Views Component Suite 4.0. This is the latest version of ILOG's C++ graphical user interface software library. It has lots of new features that cater to Windows developers. Those features will...

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  • Use command-prompt properties to increase screen buffer

    As good as GUI interfaces are, many professional people in Computer Support and Information Technology would rather live on the command line. Many utilities, though, use all sorts of esoteric switches that can be hard to remember.

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  • File-copying utility Robocopy gets new GUI front end

    Administrators who want to learn how to better manage files should check out the RoboCopy command-line tool and its new GUI front end.

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  • FireDaemon runs app as service, shows or suppresses GUI

    Several tools allow you to take a Windows executable and run it as a system service rather than a console or desktop application. A tool called FireDaemon takes this one step further by allowing an application's GUI to be shown or suppressed entirely.

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  • Workaround tricks for avoiding the Windows Server 2012 GUI

    There are reasons to keep the Windows Server 2012 GUI, but many admins want a workaround. With a little know-how, you can skip the Modern UI.

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  • GUI (graphical user interface)

    A GUI (usually pronounced "GOO-ee") is a graphical (rather than purely textual) user interface to a computer.

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  • Add a GUI to Storage VMotion; watch for disk defragmentation

    Storage VMotion (SVMotion) is a new feature in ESX 3.5 that allows VMware administrators to migrate VMDKs between guest OSes. This tip explains how to add a GUI and offers one caveat.

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