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This guide is intended to provide basic systems administration instruction for hardening “out-of-the-box” installations of Windows Server. Even though current versions of Windows Server provides a better security model than previous versions of Windows servers, the attack surface area can be reduced further.
If you run a website, you may have noticed a, well, slight drop in numbers recently. I did, and not sure why, though. WTF, Google?
Everybody hates spammers and scammers. Would you like to get even with them ? Do a little investigating, or contribute your knowledge in the new forums.
This handy little VBscript to create a system restore point can be encapsulated in a function, and can save you from yourself.
From time to time, it might be required that large number of generic user account objects be created in an Active Directory domain. Here is how to do it, quickly.
As a part of running a website, I am always amused at the attempts made by scammers to part me from my money. Here is one of the more humorous messages.
When deploying large numbers of computers, there are several methods of joining a machine to a domain. Since I am a big fan of VBScript (shhh!), I use this method to join the machine.