Michael Welborn


Michael E. Welborn is a consulting enterprise network engineer for SARCOM. He is an MCSE, an MCNE, and a CCNA. He specializes in international network administration, Microsoft SQL Sever database administration, and OS support.

Creating the Input Files
To run the scripts in the cleaning process, you need to create several input files. Here are the files that you'll need to create.
Clean Up Your WINS Databases 3
You should clean up WINS databases at least once a year so that they provide accurate data. If you have only a few WINS servers, you can manually clean up the databases. If you have many WINS servers, you’ll likely want to automate this process.
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