Martin McClean

Martin
McClean

Martin McClean is an MSCE and an MCP+Internet who works as a network and systems analyst, specializing in NT and the Microsoft suite of products.

Articles
ADMT—The Road to Migration 4
ADMT lets you easily restructure your domain and securely migrate your NT 4.0 environment to Win2K. Learn the basic ADMT migration steps, and discover the ADMT features that let you monitor your migration progress.
Installing the ICA Web Client
Learn how to install the ICA Web client.
Creating ICA and HTML Files 1
Follow these steps to create ICA and HTML files.
Application Configuration, Step by Step 1
Follow these step by step instructions for application configuration.
Put ALE to Work
ALE's embedded applications can solve several real-world problems. Here's what it can do for you.
Tips for Working with HotSync
Use these hints to use HotSync technology to synchronize messages on your Palm III PDA with your Outlook inbox.
Using Palm III to Connect to Exchange Server 2
You can use conventional SMTP/POP3 and Palm III's HotSync features to connect to Exchange Server and retrieve and send email remotely.
Outlook Messaging Profiles with Mandatory Profiles on WinDD
Find out how to control the look and feel of the desktop to reduce performance overhead in a thin-client environment.
Master-Level Microsoft Stack Training with John Savill

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