Bob Chronister

Bob Chronister was a contributing editor for Windows IT Pro and president of Chronister Consultants in Mobile, Alabama. He coauthored Windows NT Backup and Recovery (Osborne/McGraw-Hill).

Articles by Bob Chronister
What Is WiMAX?
Find out why WiMAX might be the next big thing in broadband wireless connectivity.
Automatically Deleting Files on a Shared System 2
When presentation files quickly accumulate on a shared system, use this script to automatically delete them at reboot.
Using iSCSI for Network Storage Solutions
Learn about the iSCSI protocol and why it presents a viable alternative to Fibre Channel–based network storage solutions.
Ask the Experts - 26 Apr 2005
Learn: how to use Identity Integration Server Feature Pack for Windows Server Active Directory, should you deploy Exchange or Outlook first, when to apply Exchange schema upgrades when migrating your to Exchange 2003, and about the iSCSI protocol.
Troubleshooting Unexpected System Shutdowns
Learn the likely causes of unexpected system shutdowns and how to resolve them.
Solving Outlook Voicemail and ViewMail Problems on a Cisco Unity Server 2
Dr. Bob offers suggestions for resolving certain Outlook problems when you run Exchange Server on a Cisco Unity server.
Booting from iSCSI to a NetApp Filer
Dr. Bob discusses the pros and cons of using iSCSI to boot to a NetApp storage device.
Ask the Experts - 29 Mar 2005
Learn how to audit permission changes on a folder, how to reduce risk by clearing your computer's pagefile, how to ensure that custom out-of-office replies reach recipients, and more.
Building a White-Box Computer System 2
Follow along as Dr. Bob builds the ultimate white-box computer system.
Setting Up a Disaster-Recovery Location 4
Here's how to set up a disaster-recovery location.
Troubleshooting an XP SP2 Wireless Networking Problem
Discover why this user is having authentication problems on his wireless network.
Troubleshooting Event Log Errors that Occur with Promise RM Series Arrays
Dr. Bob offers a solution to the errors that can occur when using a Promise UltraTrak RM series array.
Using DHCP with Printers and Other Devices Without Needing to Create MAC Address Reservations
Learn how to use a DHCP printer without needing to create a MAC address reservation.
Backing Up Open Files in Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 Server - 26 Oct 2004 2
Find out how NTBackup backs up open files in Windows 2003 and Win2K.
Using Windows 2003 Support Tools in Win2K - 28 Sep 2004 4
You can take advantage of several Windows 2003 Support Tools by using them on your Win2K systems.
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