Bobby Malik

Bobby
Malik

Bobby Malik is a senior Windows NT and Citrix consultant based in New Jersey. He has more than 10 years of industry experience, including seven years in Windows environments.

Articles
5 Steps to Home Wireless Security 53
Here are five steps that you can follow to secure your home wireless network.
One-Line Wonders
Using WMI, these one-line scripts can connect to, query, and administer Windows systems.
Don’t Expect to Get It Right the First Time
With its many options, scripting is more an art than a science. That’s what one team learned while it was creating DetectFramework.vbs, a script to identify installed Framework versions and service packs.
The Software-Installation Two-Step
Copy software installation and configuration files to the desktop during logon, but use a separate script to install the software.
Build a Logon Script to Automate Deployment 2
Use this sample script to create a custom logon script that lets you automate deployment of software and patches to client systems.
Restoring Cluster Resource Ownership
Keep clustered servers operating at peak performance by redistributing resources evenly across nodes after removing or restoring a server.
WMI Time Bewilderment
If you're bewildered by time-format differences in WMI, check out this article's time-synchronization scripts.
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