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Aug
3
answered How to zip/unzip files in Powershell?
Jul
11
comment 64bit VM on Windows 7 x64
I tried 3.0.2 for a while on Windows Vista x64. It is nice and performant but unstable. When it would crash it would sometimes corrupt the client virtual disk, ruining the image. I feel like it needs some work. I'd look at VMWare or maybe Hyper-V.
Jul
6
comment Tools a Windows administrator cannot live without
Psexec is not the windows equivalent of ssh. It provides no encryption, no interactive session, no arbitrary port forwarding, etc. Useful but not ssh.
Jun
29
answered Will using the Vista (basic) FTP Server in IIS be secure enough?
Jun
28
answered What Are The Reasons to Still Use SQL Server 2000?
Jun
27
revised IIS 6.0 vs IIS 7.0
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Jun
25
answered IIS 6.0 vs IIS 7.0
Jun
25
comment Hibernation - affect the HDD?
Good answer. Notebook drives spin down and spin up all the time in an effort at power managment while you are using the computer
Jun
24
comment WinXP - Map network location to local folder
Joel is right in point 3 that making slow network resources appear local may break user expectations and point 1 that correct search results are better than lots of search results. He's wrong in his point 2 diatribe against antialiasing.
Jun
24
comment WinXP - Map network location to local folder
Prior to Vista you should be able to make use of sysinternals junction.exe.
Jun
23
answered WinXP - Map network location to local folder
Jun
21
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Jun
21
comment Command line safety tricks
In powershell this is done by editing $pshome/profile.ps1 (machine profile). Why can't you do something equivalent on Linux in /etc/.bash_profile?
Jun
21
revised Command line safety tricks
fighting text box to format powershell code
Jun
21
answered Command line safety tricks
Jun
19
comment What is a good SSH server to use on Windows?
It is very impressive solution and pricing is reasonable: free for personal use and $100 USD per production server. The public key encryption supports public keys from OpenSSH. It is fast and light. The GUI exposes powerful tweakery and there is an automation API. Very nice product. (And unlike cygwin/openssh or interix/openssh it works correctly with powershell.)
Jun
19
revised What is a good SSH server to use on Windows?
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Jun
19
revised What's a good SSH Server that will run in Windows Server 2003?
Summary of KpyM SSH and Bitvise WinSSHD
Jun
18
answered How do I track CPU Utilization for Window Services?
Jun
18
comment How do I track CPU Utilization for Window Services?
Whoops. Not procmon, I mean procexp. (Procmon being another tool from sysinternals that lets you watch registry, file system and windows API access for processes.)