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Using Logon Scripts in Pure and Mixed Active Directory Environments Logon scripts can be useful tools for configuring desktop environments for users. Some of the things such scripts can be used for include mapping network drives, connecting to shared printers, gathering system information, synchronizing system clocks, and so on. In fact, just about anything you can do from the command-line can be done using a logon script. Logon scripts have been around for a while and most administrators of Windows-based networks have had occasion to use them. On Windows NT domain-based networks things were simple: if a user needed to have his environment configured using a logon script, the administrator would first write a logon script using the batch programming language, which has been around since the days of MS-DOS. Once written, this script was saved using a .bat extension to make it executable, but to make it work for a particular user the script needed to be found in the NETLOGON share of the domain controller to which the user’s account was authenticated.

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1.1 – Peerblock Site Here it is, PeerBlock 1.1, released November 22, 2010! This is a Stable Release of PeerBlock. It includes many bugfixes and a few new features over our last PeerBlock 1.0 Stable Release, and should work great on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (plus server variants), both 32- and 64-bit versions. New Stable 1.1.x bugfix releases should come out every few months from here on in, but new feature development releases will be PeerBlock 1.1+ Beta Releases. Windows 2003 Server - Microsoft Remote Shutdown command switches Shutdown Command in Windows Server 2003 Shutdown is an exciting new command line program available in Windows 2003 and XP. I say exciting both in the sense that everyone loves this command, and also exiting in the sense it has a dramatic effect - downs the server.

Create, format, or delete a hyperlink Microsoft Office Word creates a hyperlink for you when you press ENTER or the SPACEBAR after you type the address of an existing Web page, such as What do you want to do? Create a customized hyperlink to a document, file, or Web page Create a hyperlink to a blank e-mail message Create a hyperlink to a location in the current document or Web page Create a hyperlink to a specific location in another document or Web page Open Port Check Tool - Test Port Forwarding on Your Router Remote Address Port Number Check a port's status by entering an address and port number above. Is your router causing you massive grief? Windows Logon Scripts - VBScript examples to create printers, map network drives Introduction Logon Scripts In this section I will give you examples of how to build the VBScript to use in your logon script. I will help you chose which methods to use and which variables to change. There are two sections; one section specialises in mapped network drives, while the other section deals with scripts for printers. Please choose a Windows Logon Script to suit your particular task. Map Network Drive Logon Scripts

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