Category Archives: Windows

USB Concentrators And The Software That Sells Them

Recently I’ve been targeting some old servers for virtualization. Getting rid of these old, slow, power sucking, rack hogging servers should be in my job description… worded just like that. Only thing keeping these dinosaurs around is software that the … Continue reading

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Exchange 2010 SP1 Outlook Web App login customizations.

I’m updating the code in this article using BitTrack Decode HTML to provide you with easy to read code. I needed to add some code to the OWA page to help our Help Desk get people logged on quicker without … Continue reading

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Windows 7 RC FTW

I think Microsoft may have finally created an OS that can replace Windows XP. Of course I’m only speaking about my personal experiences with the latest incarnate of Windows, but it’s all pretty positive. Same spec’ed laptop as the Windows … Continue reading

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Seven days of Seven

After using Vista for the last few months, I was eager to test the new Windows 7 beta. It was released on Friday, but with typical Microsoft distribution – their servers were overloaded. I was able to obtain a copy … Continue reading

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Crouching Vista, Hidden Telnet

I use the command line a fair amount of time because its a quick and easy way to perform small tasks with different input. Like DNS lookups using dig, or FTP just to grab a quick file without having to … Continue reading

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