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August 2011

If you have ever copied a large number of files on Windows, you know how frustrating it can be. Sometimes a simple error can cancel a huge job. Sometimes you might start a copy before leaving the office…only to find out that 10 minutes into it, Windows asks you if you want to replace a […]


Windows Server Core is a stripped down version of 2008. It has no explorer, and most GUI functionality is removed. A great solution when you don’t want any extra software running on a production server. Soo much is missing that it can get frustrating when you just want to make a few changes before you […]


I got a question from Darren: “Steve, been using the free edition of Network Administrator. Nice tool, but it is missing something we need. I see you have the ability to shutdown and reboot systems, but what about logging off users?” Good question. I remember when I would do after hours upgrades – and one […]


I got a question from Mike this week: “Hi Steve. I have a question. We have three remote branches and users move from branch to branch with their laptops. Is there any way to change their default printer when they login at each branch?” Further discussions with Mike gave me more info: Most of the […]


One of the issues when deploying Microsoft Outlook is that there is always some form or wizard that needs to be completed before a user can start accessing their email. Even in Outlook 2010, there are still setup pages the user has to fill out. This can get especially annoying if you have users that […]


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