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Last Updated on 5 June 2015, Total: 64 Blog Posts

  1. 2X Application Server tested.

    As soon as 2X announced their implementation of terminal services I was curious to try it out. So I grabbed the latest version of 2X ApplicationServer from the download site: I decided to install ApplicationServer on a spare Windows 2003 Server virtual machine. Here is the list of steps performed to install ApplicationServer (by the way, I didn't read... Read More

  2. ASUS LN64-SLI Deluxe 4x4 motherboard

    Nordichardware managed to grab a couple of pictures with reference to The Inquirer of the new ASUS motherboard for 4x4 platform developed by AMD. The motherboard has a lot of features. Here is a quote from The Register : In fact, an insane amount of them: 12 SATA-II connectors that can run two independent RAID5 arrays, 10 USB 2.0 ports... Read More

  3. Adobe Acrobat Reader 9

    Adobe updated Acrobat Reader to version 9.0.0 . Here is a direct download link to the installation file ( eBay application excluded): Read More

  4. AutoHotkey version 1.0.45

    AutoHotkey is a free utility for Windows OS that can perform a number of functions (here is the quote from official site): Automate almost anything by sending keystrokes and mouse clicks. You can write a mouse or keyboard macro by hand or use the macro recorder. Create hotkeys for keyboard, joystick, and mouse. Virtually any key, button, or combination can... Read More

  5. Bandwidth Monitor Extreme

    BME is a small utility for monitoring of network connection. It can be used to monitor traffic sent/received, to build graphs, perform simple accounting. There are three version of BME. The simplest one is available free of charge... Read More

  6. Bmail

    Command line SMTP mailer is a common tool for batch jobs and tasks automation. BMail is a small command line application allowing to send emails directly from command line. The utility has simple command line parameters: C:\bmail>bmail Command Line SMTP Emailer V1.07Copyright(C) 2002-2004 Craig.Peacock@beyondlogic.orgDate: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 15:09:07 +0200Usage: bmail [options]-s SMTP Server Name-p SMTP Port Number (optional, defaults... Read More

  7. Broadcom Wireless Driver Probe Response SSID Overflow

    Johnny Cache <johnnycsh [at]> reported a vulnerability in binary driver of Broadcom wireless drivers. You can read about it on this page: . This vulnerability affects any computer running Windows and using Broadcom wireless driver. So far only Linksys released updated driver. Technorati : broadcom, security, windows, wireless : broadcom, security, windows, wireless Ice Rocket : broadcom,... Read More

  8. CopSSH: restricting users' access

    If you tried to setup SSH server as it was described recently in this blog you might be interested on how to restrict users' permissions. SSH server itself does not cater for access rights. Therefore, it has to be done using Windows file permissions settings. If you use FAT file system you cant set permissions on it. Meanwhile NTFS allows... Read More

  9. Custom Provider Creation in MOM

    Sometimes we need to use custom providers to create MOM Rules. Here is an example of creating a custom provider to return free hard drive space information from drive H. 1. Open MOM Administrator Console, in the right pane, expand Management Packs2. Right-click on the Provider folder and select Create Provider option.3. In the Select Data Provider Type window, select... Read More

  10. Dell 2707WFP

    Dell released its amazing 2707WFP monitor. It is 27 inch (68.58 cm) LCD monitor with integrated USB hub/Card reader and a variety of inputs including DVI-D with HDCP support (this allows watching full HDTV movies using this LCD). Here is the full list of features: Monitor Size (Viewable Image Screen): 27 inches (27-inch viewable image size) Pixel Pitch: 0.303mm Response... Read More

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