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  1. I recommend this book Red Hat Linux 9 Bible by Christopher Negus John Wiley & Sons good for biggener - its cover from basic to advance level how to configure and install Red Hat Linux and for courses you can try RHCT cert. This good for your basic Linux Administration.
  2. hi, U can write the WSH script than save is as launchapps.vb script:- set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") # Execute the word application WshShell.Run "C:\program files\Microsoft Office\Winword.exe" # wait for 20 sec WScript.Sleep 20000 # execute the excel application WshShell.Run "C:\program files\Microsoft Office\Excel.exe" Then you can create a batch file to call this launchapps.vbs So each time your user login the batch file will run and execute the launchapps.vbs. You also can set at what time you want the script to run using the at command or windows scheduler.
  3. Just for reading pleasure... You can have a nice littel message that you have to say OK first when you hit ctrl-alt-del to login. This is good because you can Inform "not auhorized User to be alert and bla..bla..bla" This is pretty simple and take a few actions. Regedit :- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon] "DontDisplayLastUserName"="1" "LegalNoticeCaption"="Important Notice!!you can put any title you want here" "LegalNoticeText"="This is a private computer system any unauthorized...bla..bla" so simple isnit!!
  4. Hi, Just for reading pleasure... Do you have a slow response when froce kill the application that not responding? You can try this tips bellow to Faster kill for applications that not responding Regedit :- HKey\Users\??\ControlPanel\Desktop\WaitToKillAppTimeout default is 20000 milli seconds so try about 5000 (1000 = 1 sec) As you may guess from the name this sets the timeout on processes that are hanging. Technically this an interesting hack as you have to set it two or three times in the registry - keep pressing F3 (Find next). The reason is that this setting is found on the Current user, Default user and maybe another user where you see a SID value.
  5. hi abellojo, Is the RAID card support Linux? You can check from the maker website By the way what is the product name?
  6. ajid_7

    Remote Installation

    My friend have this problem as well but only when he tries to install from his laptop. And he manage to sort it out by changing diff type of LAN card(bus-mastering PXE2.0).
  7. just wanna share out some tips! You can remove your Internet Explorer, the In Box, and the Recycle Bin from your desktop if you wish to. You may use the following registry hack. Before doing so, try to create shortcuts for these and place them on your Start menu. You can create the shortcut by right clicking on the icon and dragging the resulting shortcut to edit: open your regedit, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Desktop\NameSpace Inside NameSpace you will see keys for these 3 desktop icons. Clicking each one will show you the icon name in the right hand pane. To remove an icon, select the key and delete it. You may wish to use LAYOUT.DLL from the resource kit to save your desktop icon back to positions.
  8. Tips : Disable all User from login to your machine To disable users from accessing to you machine(except for root) without bring down the system into maintenance mode, you can create a file /etc/nologin. you an key in anything you like into this file eg "server down for maintainance" The content of this file will be displayed when a user tries to log in. This is useful when doing service on the system which might affect users.
  9. I tried this before but User with Domain Admin ID or Local Admin ID able to change the permission easily. I hate this!! Is there anyway that we can block Domain Admin from taking charge of machine.
  10. ajid_7

    Bios Password

    i tried on my XP machine - its not working.
  11. your welcome. it will be my pleaseure to help if you have any question about Linux.
  12. You Windows Admin password missing?? Oh no... have reinstall back the Windows OS!!! wait you can get back you admin password within 1 min time!! How can you get out of this situation without formatting and re-installing the operating system? Have you ever heard this tools before? this is totally free and good things is this program is using Linux Boot Disk!! This is totally awesome and help me a lot. IT administrator should get this copy. Thanx to the creator of this program Petter Nordahl-Hagen. pls check the link at the bellow. -This is a utility to (re)set the password of any user that has a valid (local) account on your NT system, by modifying the encrypted password in the registry's SAM file. -You do not need to know the old password to set a new one. -It works offline, that is, you have to shutdown your computer and boot off a floppy disk or CD. The boot-disk includes stuff to access NTFS partitions and scripts to glue the whole thing together. -Works with syskey (no need to turn it off, but you can if you have lost the key) -Will detect and offer to unlock locked or disabled out user accounts! Dwld site http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/bd040818.zip check the site at http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd
  13. ajid_7

    Lotus Domino Program

    I m thinking to study and take the Lotus Notes Scripts cert. Any good references?
  14. huh, i'm not so sure about you dud, my indian frendz have been changing around few company in india for the past 3 years with no problem.
  15. I had same problem with my dual boot XP and Linux. I tried some of the advised from the MSCE expert and its working. I have a same err msg and my XP partition was NTFS - according to them my XP partition was hidden. So they advised me to dwld this program name PTedit You can download this program from PowerQuest for free. Boot to a DOS disk, run PTEdit, and change the "partition type" from hex 0x17 to hex 0x07. If you are running a dual boot, or if your boot drive and your system drive were originally configured for separate partitions, you might want to use PTEDIT to check both the boot partition and the system partition to make sure that neither one is configured as partition type 0x17. If either one is, and it was originally an NTFS Primary Partition, it should be changed to 0x07. then restart again - hey its working!! I m not so sure this can apply on your problem. I know that I could always reformat the whole hard drive and start from scratch, but I would definitely like to exhaust all options before going that route.