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Jun
2
answered What is inserting “vsts-proxy-installed-indicator”?
May
20
revised Moving/renaming files with %2f in their name into a directory structure
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May
20
accepted Moving/renaming files with %2f in their name into a directory structure
May
20
comment Moving/renaming files with %2f in their name into a directory structure
Thanks, that basically did the trick. I had to add a quick check because I didn't think of the situation where there is already a file with the target directory name (that now gets moved to the new directory), and I modified it slightly to handle multiple levels of directories. I'll post my version
May
19
comment Moving/renaming files with %2f in their name into a directory structure
Linux (Ubuntu 9.10, specifically), though could also be for Windows 7 (I have a feeling this is way easier on Linux though)
May
19
asked Moving/renaming files with %2f in their name into a directory structure
Apr
7
accepted Xeon X5550 vs Six-core Opteron for database server
Apr
7
comment Windows 7 disk backup and clone for deployment to multiple systems
I'll accept this answer: I ended up configuring the system how I wanted (without joining it to the domain), then ran sysprep. Booted with clonezilla, used the disk image function to copy to an external USB drive. To install, boot from clonezilla and connect the USB drive, and restore the drive, and that's it: windows boots, asks for hostname, etc, then join to domain, and done. I have a bunch of systems now in use using this method that are working fine (all identical hardware though: don't know if this will work on different hardware).
Apr
7
accepted Windows 7 disk backup and clone for deployment to multiple systems
Apr
7
comment Are magnetic-tipped screwdrivers okay around servers?
Just decided to search as I just happened to see one of those "computer repair tool kits" specifically advertised as "demagnetized to prevent systems and magnetic media from damage". I took this as a downside, I hate using non-magnetic screwdrivers with computers. So many tiny screws and I'm sure shorting out the motherboard with a screw is a million times worse and more likely to cause damage than a magnet.
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
8
revised Windows 7 disk backup and clone for deployment to multiple systems
couple more links
Mar
8
asked Windows 7 disk backup and clone for deployment to multiple systems
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
27
answered Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
Oct
27
answered OpenVPN with two gateway and DNS server
Oct
27
comment Can I use IPv6 today?
Of course, depending on your target audience, having your site only on IPv6 could be an amazingly good way to keep out the riff-raff, so to speak.
Oct
13
revised Should I use an Asterisk GUI?
fix for grammar, formatting, and clarity.
Oct
11
accepted Recommendation on remote access setup for accessing customer systems
Oct
11
accepted Application for wall-mounted information display