Jon McDonald

Jon McDonald is founder and president of Entrigue Systems, a consulting firm in Atlanta. He offers consulting services that focus on NT and Microsoft BackOffice enterprise solutions.

Articles by Jon McDonald
Manipulate the Registry and Access Files with KiXtart
Much of KiXtart's power lies in its capability to change the Windows NT or Windows 9x Registry. Here are two scripts that demonstrate how to use KiXtart to manipulate the Registry. One of the scripts also demonstrates file I/O.
Profiles, Policies, and Logon Scripts 9
With profiles, policies, and logon scripts, you can achieve nearly any degree of control over the client environment and eliminate many systems administration problems.
KiXtart Logon Scripts 6
KiXtart scripts make many of the features you want in your logon scripts possible.
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