Daniel Petri is a world-known IT professional, technical trainer and creator of one of the world's largest IT knowledge bases – www.petri.co.il. Daniel consults to leading global Fortune 1000 companies in Microsoft IT Infrastructure and Engineering strategies.
For his contribution to the IT Pro community Daniel has received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for the 8th time In a row. Daniel's professional certifications include Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Microsoft Certified System Administrator and Microsoft Certified Trainer.
While working for Microsoft, Daniel serves as a Senior Premier Field Engineer (PFE) specializing in Windows Server OS and Active Directory. After leaving Microsoft in the middle of 2013, Daniel returned to work for ObserveIT, makers of the ObserveIT User Monitoring software, where he holds the role of Senior Solutions Architect.
In his spare time, Daniel rides a 1340cc 200bhp 2013 model Suzuki Hayabusa sports bike and manages the Israeli Bikers forum.
You can contact Daniel at daniel-at-petri-dot-co-dot-il.
Daniel's Recent Posts
Switching Windows versions without a reinstall is a snap. Learn more in this easy-to-follow guide!
Discover what it takes to configure a user profile default location within Windows 8.1 (and other versions of Windows) in this guide.
Discover how to reclaim precious disk space by deleting the windows.old folder and removing previous installations in this handy tutorial.
Online doesn’t necessarily mean “forever.” Learn how to keep your important video messages received over Skype.
Ready to jump to Windows 8.1? Read this tutorial to learn how to use Upgrade Assistant to get Windows 8.1.
Want Windows 8.1? Check out our step-by-step walkthrough, showing you how to upgrade Windows 8.1 from Win8.
Microsoft Premium Field Engineer (PFE) Roger Osborne has written some best practice articles on using Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008/2012. Take a look!
Solve the mystery of the automatically waking laptop with these troubleshooting hints taken from a real-life scenario.
Need to know if someone’s trying to sneak onto your system? Discover how to use last interactive logon information in Windows Server 2008/2012 to track those attempts.
Need to rein in your admins? Learn how to search for local admins on a network in this easy how-to article.