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  1. Hello Morokat If you find it easier, you can use "LogmeIn" it is a web service, and there is a free version of it. https://secure.logmein.com/US/products/free/ Only i think a warning would be fair: If you use the free version there is no encryption on your data stream - so it is a bit of a security breach. If YOU are NOT the responsible sys. adm. - I definitely recommend NOT doing this - unless you get an OK by the sys. adm. You can of course use the PRO version - which DOES have encryption on it. https://secure.logmein.com/US/products/pro2/ I use this with my Iphone to my computers at work, and home - works like a charm. You can log in to any of your registered computers from the LogmeIn website with nothing but a web browser - nice! Hope this helps you. Kind Regards Martin Andersen
  2. Hi Qctrip Most Linux distos comes in a "Live CD" version - where you boot the OS from CD without installing. Example: Fedora which is a red-hat spin-off :http://fedoraproject.org/en/get-fedora But for speed I would not advise it - most Linux Live CD's are slower than BartPE or WindowsPE Kind Regards Martin Andersen
  3. Can you send us a picture please? Kind Regards Martin Andersen
  4. Hi specialbao1 None! That would be my answer: http://www.linux.com/feature/60208 I'm not saying that there is no such thing as virus on Linux, but if you restrict the use of root access to minimum I cant see why you would loose sleep over it. Have you had any problems with virus for your Linux distro? If so - just for interest - I would like to know the distro name, and the name of the virus if possible Kind Regards Martin Andersen
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    Hi Brute Long ago - just look up the page and find the original post - its there now in full length - has been for a while...
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    Hi Brute Sorry about that my mouse slipped and I finished the post without meaning to. Regards Martin’
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    Hello again Don’t be frightened of the syntax lines here is all you really need (many other way to do this with automation - but this is the most simple) 1. Get the MAC address of each computer by opening a command prompt - Open the start menu and select "run" - Type "cmd" and then press OK - Type "ipconfig /all" * You get this: Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : ami Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-1D-09-14-81-BF DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : xxx.xxx.x.xxxPreferred) Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : 12. juni 2008 12:35:46 Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : 16. juni 2008 12:35:47 Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : xxx.xxx.x.xx DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : xxx.xxx.x.xx DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 1xxx.xxx.x.xx xxx.xxx.x.xx Primary WINS Server . . . . . . . : xxx.xxx.x.xx NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Enabled -Note the MAC down and the name of the computer 2. Make a text file with you information in looking like this 00508B052AE8 = ComputerName1 005056C00008 = ComputerName2 005056C00001 = ComputerName3 3. Make sure that file is in you unattended installation and will be copied to example C:\WSNAME\ 4. Now just make sure that one of the first things your computer does after starting the first time is to run the following: ( assuming that WSNAME.EXE is located in C:\WSNAME) - "C:\WSNAME\wsname /RDF:"C:\WSNAME\YourMacFileNameHere.txt" /DFK:$MAC Thats it! Yes it takes time - but it WILL be worth the bother already after the second re-install if you have many computers to do at one time. Having said all that - why not just use Ghost with a clever SYSPREP configuration ( you will still need the above steps, but it is much faster - I have tried both in a big scale scenario) Kind Regards Martin Andersen
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    Hi I had this problem, when I was working as an IT-adm at the university We ghosted all computers approx once a week. To automate the naming process I found this little tool on the internet. http://mystuff.clarke.co.nz/MyStuff/wsname.asp I works like a charm - It looks for a .txt file with network card MAC addresses and corresponding names. Should work for you as well, all you need is to gather all you computer MAC addresses, and then put names on them. Then make it run the first time your computer is logging on use RUN ONCE in registry, or just create a small bat file that deletes itself after executing and put that in the start folder Hope this helps. Kind Regards Martin
  9. I agree And don’t feel stupid about having deepfreeze on you home computer. After working with it as an administrator, I have installed it at home too - best malware / antivirus protection there is! Make it unfreeze automatically one day a week, and set Windows automatic update to install at that same day - this also give the antivirus a chance of being up to date. Kind Regards. Martin Andersen
  10. Hi Try to take a look at this site: http://www.ubcd4win.com/ Once you have build this CD - you can use it to change the passwords for the default "Administrator" account - or use it to create a new one. This CD has a ton of other useful tools in it, so it is highly recommended - saved me from more than one re-install. Kind Regards.
  11. Yes - just like cars - you fiddle with what has you interest - and many times just for the fun of it, or the leaning experience that lay within doing it. Maybe you don't see the need to shrink you installation - but you may still learn a thing or two from looking over the options nLite has to offer. Kind Regards.
  12. Thanks! I will definitely try this suggestion and let you know if it works out! Kind Regards. Martin :-)
  13. Good day to everyone. I have a question regarding Open Office - when Installed in a Win2k3 Citrix Metaframe farm. I made a network Installation point. I customized the installation to our organization needs, and I can access the Open Office applications as a user whitout any problems.... BUT. Every time a new user accesses an Open Office application for the first time, he or she is asked to review and accept the program license. In MS Office you could accept the license as an administrator on behalf of your reorganization so that the individual user didn't have to go trough the license wizard... Is there a way to do something similar on the OpenOffice installation? Any hint will be greatly appreciated. I tried searching Google, OOO, and Citrix, but whiteout too much luck Kind Regards. Martin.
  14. chiners_68 Not 2003 specific. Its available through AD pol. in both W2K and W2K3 Nice to hear that you got Bart PE to work from here - I can see how this could be very usefull for admins. :-)
  15. You enable it from Active Dir. Policies See the attached screen shot Now what to use it for??? Thats an entirely different question, to which I don't have the answer.... I think MS meant for more tools to integrate with this menu, but I have found very little on the internet regarding these functions. Happy hunting :-)

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