A platform is a crucial element in software development. A platform might be simply defined as 'a place to launch software.' It can include a framework or operating system. Read more about the following platforms mentioned in TechNet Wiki.

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It does not include links to articles on other platforms, such as kb articles.

The portals on this page are grouped in general subject areas.


Microsoft Visual Studio (.Net Framework)


Microsoft Exchange Server

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Microsoft Azure


Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server (Marketing Server)

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Microsoft SharePoint Server (Intranet/Extranet)

Microsoft BizTalk Server (Host Integration)


Microsoft System Center Service Manager Server


Microsoft Project Server

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Microsoft SQL Server (Database)

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Microsoft Skype For Business


Microsoft Lync Server (Chat Server)

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Microsoft Exchange Server (Email Server)

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Microsoft Office 365

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Microsoft Windows 7 / Vista / 8 / 8.1 / 10


Microsoft Windows 10 IoT


 Windows Mobile / Windows Phone


Microsoft Windows Server


Windows Server - RAM (Virtual Memory) x PageFile


Windows Server - Processador 32 bits x 64 bits


Windows Server - Network Police Server (NPS)


Windows Server - Domain Name Server (DNS)


Windows Server - Domain Controller (DC)


Windows Server - Active Directory (AD)


Windows Server - PowerShell


Windows Server - Certificados AD CS


Windows Server - Distributed File System (DFS) Management


Windows Server - TCP/IP


Control Panel (small icons view) there is a system option, there shows how it's done the registration information from your computer.


  1. The item Computer Name = Name-machine from your computer (may not be computer name of duplicity on the network, or server name duplicity on the network)
  2. The item Domain = Domain Name Server (DNS) (can not be equal to the Computer Name / Server)
  3. The Item Working Group Name = can not be equal to the Domain Name Server (DNS) network server, and it can not be the same-name server used in the enterprise network.
  4.  The IP address (primary) from your computer (can not exist duplicate primary IP address within the same network)

Is there a conflict of machine name or IP address conflict, always when there duplicity on behalf machine or IP address = the machine software for running seeing the other existing computers within the same network.


Windows Small Business Server


Windows Server Solution


Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)


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