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Dec
10
comment How to delete system default printer forms?
@ServerFaulter, I need the same forms for multiple printers (and they have only one tray for the most part; most are large format roll-feed plotters).
Dec
7
comment How to delete system default printer forms?
...also there many forms listed in the Server Properties dialog that don't show up under that registry key.
Dec
6
awarded  Promoter
Dec
6
revised How to delete system default printer forms?
embed screenshot, add bounty
Nov
29
awarded  Quorum
Nov
28
revised Improve file transfer speed between Windows PCs and servers
improve link formatting
Nov
28
suggested suggested edit on Improve file transfer speed between Windows PCs and servers
Nov
17
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
9
comment Share missing after reboot, drive letter was temporarily unavailable
Here's cure to the problem behind the problem: Windows Server 2003 forgets folder shares from ISCSI-Volume after restart
Mar
28
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
17
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
2
answered `dsget group` fails with object class does not match command line
Mar
1
accepted reverse nslookup fails for single machine
Mar
1
accepted Share missing after reboot, drive letter was temporarily unavailable
Mar
1
asked `dsget group` fails with object class does not match command line
Nov
12
revised In RAID what is better: fewer larger drives or more smaller drives?
make title reflect content more accurately
Nov
12
suggested suggested edit on In RAID what is better: fewer larger drives or more smaller drives?
Sep
28
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
28
comment Why does Server 2003 not have System Restore?
I see it didn't think it through. I've always used System Restore on my workstation as a testing device: install this app, look at what it does, make some notes, back out the change, all usually in that same day. This is what my planned method was on the server. I guess what I'm really wondering about is "what is the equivalent of Source Code Control for a running machine?", which is a totally different question, and we probably wont see for years, if ever. ;-)
Sep
27
accepted Why does Server 2003 not have System Restore?