I’ve been digging Powershell lately. When one of our computer labs was imaged with the incorrect redirect Documents folder – the registry for the default user specified “\\sharename\students\%username%\My Documents” instead of “\\sharename\students\%username%\Documents” like all our other labs – well, we had students with files in two locations. And depending on the lab they were in, they … [Read more…]
Moving DNS is easier than I thought. Here’s how I did it.
Login to the 2003 box, and open the DHCP management console. I always do this from Start >> Run >> dhcpmgmt.msc, but whatevski. As long as you can get there.
Right-click the server name in the tree view, and choose Backup …
If you stick the … [Read more…]
Two years ago I shared a server config template; today, by request, I’m sharing the IT Action Plan template. This Microsoft Word template is useful for putting together your implementation plan for a larger project, one where you have several angles to consider and differing audiences who want to know you’re on top of things.
There’s … [Read more…]
I’ve been using AMP Font Viewer lately to manage my fonts in Windows. It’s not Font Book, but it does let you manage fonts by categories, and install / uninstall fonts on demand. It backs up uninstalled fonts so you can see them easily. It’s nice.
download via ampsoft.net @ Font Viewer
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