This could be just the ticket for those who really ‘go through the batteries’ with their mobile devices. The biggest power hog I can think of has got to be notebook PCs. If technology can help out in this area, then I say more …continue reading
Archives for January 2005
Everyone knows that Linux makes a great Web server. Some network administrators even use it in conjunction with Samba to create file servers that Windows workstations can access as easily as Windows NT/2000 file servers. However, if you want to use your Linux server as …continue reading
The Schema is a representation of the contents that can be stored within Active Directory. It’s made up of classes, attributes, and class properties. It defines the different kinds of objects and the information associated with each type of object that can be stored in …continue reading
Secunia Advisory: SA14017 Critical: Moderately critical Impact: Security Bypass, Cross Site Scripting, Spoofing, Exposure of system information, Exposure of sensitive information Where: From remote Solution Status: Vendor Patch
Details have been released about several vulnerabilities in Firefox, Mozilla and Thunderbird. These can be exploited …continue reading
Even with server-side Linux use continuing to grow like crazy, Microsoft has still been showing plenty of growth themselves in the server market. According to CNET, Windows server machines are most certainly not going away. Apparently, their growth has been coming in like crazy!
Lunabean’s Resident Evil 4 Walkthrough and Strategy Guide – SCREENSHOT VERSION is all you’ll need to get through this scary and challenging game. Over 150 helpful screenshots! We give you tips, hints, tricks, strategies, advice for each aspect of the game and walk you …continue reading
An “open letter” to Microsoft…
Once again,commenters everywhere are espousing opinions on Microsoft’s latest statements regarding the company’s plans to disallow updates for pirated copies of Windows (and other software).
We all know taking that position results in one primary problem: Unpatched computers get infected …continue reading
I was planning to try working at home doing “paid surveys” online. They are asking me to install several programs that I don’t know anything about. Is it safe?
The Internet has opened up many options for those that want to work from …continue reading
If your Windows XP clients are not retrieving updates from the SUS server on your network, there are a few things you can try to resolve the problem. First, all of the workstations must be running a minimum of service pack 1 for Windows XP …continue reading
A Lockergnome reader recently e-mailed me about a problem he was having with implementing simple passwords in Windows Server 2003. Of course my first response was to ask: “Why use simple passwords?” As it turned out, it was only in a lab environment. The reader …continue reading
This article, which is Housekeeping 105, will focus on the dreaded folders. I am extremely pleased with folders and hopefully, by the end of this article and the next one, Folders deux, you will be, too.
There are two uses for files and folders. One …continue reading