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Troubleshooting DNS with NSLookup and dig

To be proficient at troubleshooting name server problems, you'll need a special tool to make DNS queries, one that gives you complete control. We'll cover nslookup in this tutorial because it's distributed with Windows Server 2003 and with many other operating systems. We'll also cover another query tool, dig, that isn't part of Windows. It provides similar functionality and doesn't suffer from nslookup's deficiencies.

Giant Windows Registry Hacks List

Looking to change the behavior of your Windows 7 computer? Maybe you need to enable or disable some functionality, make it run faster, lock it down from prying eyes? This post contains a pile of great registry hacks.

Install Roles on Windows via PowerShell

Just because you don't have a GUI on your Windows Server 2012 doesn't mean you can't install roles and features at will. Use PowerShell, and the job gets easy.

Using FINDSTR to search file contents

Searching through log files for a particular string of text? How about trying to find a particular piece of source code in a large directory of files? Use FINDSTR to quickly locate the files containing the text you are looking for.

What is the difference between running isinteg - fix and edbutil /d /r or eseutil /p?

First of all, edbutil /d /r (Exchange 4.0 and 5.0) or eseutil /p (Exchange 5.5) is strictly a last resort for repairing a database file: it fixes only low-level database corruption (bad pages). The isinteg -fix command works at the information store level, fixing objects, schemes, and other high-level data/structure problems. If for some reason you donít have a backup to restore from or log files to play forward and you have to run edbutil /d /r or eseutil /p, be sure to run isinteg -fix after it.

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Coming Soon: Klickitat

Klickitat is a command-line driven directory mirroring tool.

Logging Information

All processes in Pusher are logged. Everything that appears in the "Thought Processes" section of the main window gets logged to a date-stamped file in in the logs directory. Each entry is time stamped, and encoded for viewing within the Log Viewer of Pusher, but can also be viewed with any text editor.

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Paging Records with GetRows

As databases grow in size, displaying information in organized, consumable "chunks" becomes more and more difficult. For example, if a database table contains thousands or even hundreds of rows, simply dumping the entire contents of the table can overwhelm the user and be difficult to pick through. As developers it is our job to provide information in digestible quantities. One common solution is to page database table results. That is, only a small number of database records are shown per screen, accompanied by Next and Previous buttons allowing the user to step through the database results in sensible steps.

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