Can’t delete a user profile in Windows?  Try running this utility.  It runs as a service that removes hooks in the registry that fail to close automatically when a user logs off.

WEFT the font?

I don’t know if anyone really ever does this, but I thought it was interesting.  It is a tool that lets you embed fonts in a web page so that people can see the font you created the page with even if they don’t have that font installed.  If someone knows of a more current… Continue reading WEFT the font?

WMI Administrative Tools

To look for a WMI namespace and other tasks that deal with WMI, you can download WMI Tools from Microsoft. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=6430F853-1120-48DB-8CC5-F2ABDC3ED314

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Imaging and SMS

How to avoid duplicate GUIDs when you image System Management Server 2003 client computers Article ID : 828367 Last Review : August 24, 2004 Revision : 3.1     http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;828367   This tells how to set up SMS clients for imaging.

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License Logging Service

Do you really need that license logging service?  Doesn’t look that way… License Logging Service (LLS) is a tool that was originally designed to help customers manage licenses for Microsoft server products that are licensed in the Server Client Access License (CAL) model. LLS was introduced with Windows NT Server 3.51. By default, LLS is… Continue reading License Logging Service

Deploying Packages to Clients that aren’t on your network

It seems that it is indeed possible to deploy SMS packages to clients that aren’t on your local network.  As long as your SMS server is reachable through the firewall on port 80, the clients will continue to report inventory information and recieve packages whenever they are connected to the internet.  The one big “gotcha”… Continue reading Deploying Packages to Clients that aren’t on your network

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New Blog

This is my first entry on my new blog.  This blog was created by copying Rickey’s work.  The software that is used is already evidenced by the “about” section of this page, so I won’t bore you with the details.  I will tell you that I am currently running 2 blogs, to see which software… Continue reading New Blog