In these tough economic times, getting an IT resume noticed can be challenging because of the number of resumes HR receives for an IT position. To overcome this challenge, one IT professional took a different approach and got noticed.
In the January 2009 installment of IT Pro Perspectives, we asked readers to let me know what they thought of cloud computing. We received a number of emails, phone calls, and letters from readers about the topic.
Here's a quick and easy way you can determine whether the current user is a local administrator without having to check Domain Group membership. All you need to do is download and run LocalAdminTest.vbs—no modifications are needed.
Windows Services for UNIX (SFU) includes UNIX and Linux binaries that you can run from a Windows command line or in a batch file. Installing SFU is easy, and you get a host of new commands that don’t exist in Windows. When you combine the SFU commands with the Windows For command, you can create powerful tools.
Windows Services for UNIX (SFU) includes UNIX and Linux binaries that you can run from a Windows command line or in a batch file. When you combine the SFU commands with the Windows For command, you can create powerful tools.
Here's a VBScript script that retrieves a computer's memory and process information, then writes it to a nicely formatted Microsoft Word report. The report is customizable—you can even include an image, such as a company logo, on the report’s title page.
Unlike most applications, Google Chrome is designed to install in areas that standard users can write to, so they can install this new browser without Admin rights. Here are the steps you can take to block Google Chrome's installation.
If you have a dual-boot configuration with Windows Vista and Windows XP, you can use BCDEdit, a Vista command-line tool that can add, modify, and delete data in the BCD store. With BCDEdit's /bootsequence command, you can specify a one-time boot sequence.