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This is a free CD with video’s on OS deployment. Free only until May 16th. http://www.deploymentcd.com/ Some of the items covered are. – Installing the deployment server for MDT 2008 Lite Touch – Installing the deployment server for SCCM 2007 (Zero Touch) – Creating universal reference images using Lite Touch – Creating universal reference images … Continue reading
http://mobile.wikipedia.com Tried this out on my BlackBerry and it looks very clean.
I just discovered this FREE tool the other day. It’s kinda like Tivo and a RSS reader for Internet video. There’s some great techie stuff out there. Take a look, there’s over 4000 channel’s. Download http://www.getmiro.com/ Here’s a great Miro Channel https://miroguide.com/channels/4832
I wanted to be able to manage DFS using the newer R2 DFS Managment tools. This is not included in the adminpak.msi from what I could find. On the R2 media there is an admin folder with these such tools. Find the media and find your tools. Now I have the goodness running on my … Continue reading
This freeware tool is very cool if you need to change your screen resolution size from a command line for automation. I recently ran into an issue with the latest Intel chipset, Q35. If you Sysprep a machine and force your image to 1024 x 768 resolution the onboard Intel Video will revert back to the … Continue reading
For years now I’ve used the free RSS Aggregator called RSS Reader. I decided the other day to look around for other free tools for all of my RSS feeds. I stumbled upon RSS Bandit which is hands down the best free RSS tool out there. Give it shot.
In recent scripts that I have wrote I have noticed a signifcant bug in CACLs, the Windows tool for Access Control Lists or permissions. When using the command line below on a Windows XP Professional SP2 machine things appear to be fine. From a command line: cacls <target> /t /e /c /g BUILTIN\Users:F example: cacls … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to use an icon in something or wanted to see all the icons associated to a dll or exe. This free tool is great for doing that. http://www.rw-designer.com/batch-icon-extractor
As long as you have an Internet connection you can print any where. The only thing I found wrong with this is that once you install the client your printer is online to anyone else who has the client. Yes, both computers need the client. Let me know what you think. http://www.printeranywhere.com/