1. Map Your Network For Better Protection and Incident Response

    It is difficult to protect devices that you don't even know exist. In larger enterprises it is very easy to lose track of the asset inventory which leads to complacency about rogue devices. In order to effectively protect the network and to respond to incidents efficiently, an updated asset inventory and network map should always be handy... Read More

  2. Remove Cached 802.1X/PEAP Login Information (in XP)

    Delete the username and password stored for authenication... Read More

  3. Forcing a remote logoff

    How to force a user to log off of a remote machine... Read More

  4. Autologon and wireless networks

    Possible issues when using autologon on wireless networks... Read More

  5. Temporarily disabling Kerberos

    How to force NTLM authentication and temporarily disable Kerberos... Read More

  6. Troubleshooting Domain Join Issues

    How to troubleshoot when issues joining a domain arise... Read More

  7. Blocking Domain Unjoin

    How to prevent users from removing their computers from the domain... Read More

  8. Avoiding APIPA

    How to avoid problems arising from APIPA... Read More

  9. Using XP as a router

    A cheap and easy way of using an XP box as a router... Read More

  10. Reliable File and Folder Sharing in Windows XP

    Explains how to share files and folders in Windows XP over a network. It was written specifically because users in our college network had unpredictable results in sharing files over LAN on Windows XP... Read More

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