Category Archives: Windows Server 2008

What is Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM)?

Microsoft Identity Manager Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 binds Microsoft’s identity and access management solutions together by seamlessly bridging multiple on-premises authentication stores like Active Directory, LDAP, Oracle, and other applications with Azure Active Directory. This provides consistent experiences to on-premises LOB applications and SaaS solutions. Microsoft Identity Manager helps you resolve issues by providing self-service… Read More »

WINSXS Folder Cleanup in Windows Server 2008 R2

What is WINSXS Folder Before going to WinSXS folder cleanup let understand about WINSXS folder. Windows uses a system folder called WinSxS to store files that are needed for your Windows installation, as well as backups or updates to those files. It’s a space hog, however, taking up several gigabytes of space and growing with… Read More »