Archivio tag: microsoft

Bookmarks for 28 set 2013 through 30 set 2013

These are my links for 28 set 2013 through 30 set 2013:

Bookmarks for 17 gen 2013 through 18 gen 2013

These are my links for 17 gen 2013 through 18 gen 2013:

  • winsetupfromusb – Install Windows from USB – Google Project Hosting – Install Windows from USB

    [ via http://gioxx.org/2013/01/18/samsung-nc10-windowsxp/ ]

  • Nuova “vecchia” vita per il Samsung NC10 | Gioxx’s Wall – Il mio vecchio Samsung NC 10 mi ha servito egregiamente negli anni passati e dopo un upgrade di RAM ed una prossima sostituzione disco può ancora rivelarsi un fidato compagno di lavoro per chi non necessita di prestazioni particolarmente elevate. Ad Ilaria basta ad esempio navigare in internet (Firefox), gestire la posta elettronica (Thunderbird) e utilizzare la suite Office di Microsoft, che funziona ancora perfettamente in coppia con l’anziano sempreverde Windows XP, si, proprio lui!

    Ecco quindi cosa fare con una chiave USB da 512 MB o più (ne avete ancora una in giro, ne sono quasi certo, nascosta da qualche parte) che verrà utilizzata una prima volta per installare il sistema ed una seconda per effettuare un backup completo del disco pronto.

  • Changing Windows RDP port | MWalker | Technology Cadre – Sometimes it's nice to change the default listening port of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) service. Running standard services on non-standard is a simple way to avoid scripted attacks against your systems. Turns out changing the RDP port is as simple as a registry setting and a reboot.
  • Portable-VirtualBox | Download of Portable-VirtualBox – Portable-VirtualBox is a free and open source software tool that lets you run any operating system from a usb stick without separate installation.

Bookmarks for 6 dic 2012 through 14 dic 2012

These are my links for 6 dic 2012 through 14 dic 2012:

  • Native Cisco VPN on Mac OS X – With Group Password Decoder! – The proprietary CiscoVPN Mac client is somewhat buggy. It is possible to use the IPSec VPN software included with Mac OS X instead. This tutorial shows you how to migrate from CiscoVPN to the native OS X IPSec VPN by decrypting passwords saved in CiscoVPN PCF files.
  • How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine – How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine
    Microsoft have a wonderfully long history of badly designed software that they're proudly continuing to this day with the abomination of IE 9 and the ghastly sham that is Windows 7. It's a tribute to the skills of the many hard-working marketing heads over at Redmond that despite the poor quality and the easy availability of superior cost-free alternatives, people the world over keep coming back to Microsoft like hookers on crack.
  • Welcome to perlmeme.org – perlmeme.org is a collection of Frequently Asked Questions, "How To" documents, and tutorials about the very cool Perl programming language.
    The documents cover a range of expertise levels. Some are suitable for beginners, others assume that you know some Perl already, and others cover advanced topics.
    If you're new to Perl, or even new to programming in general then perlmeme.org is a great place to start. However, there's plenty of in-depth material here as well.

Bookmarks for 29 nov 2012 from 15:24 to 16:55

These are my links for 29 nov 2012 from 15:24 to 16:55:

  • PowerShell Commands (CMDLETs) for Active Directory by Quest – The ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory is a set of free, predefined commands for Windows PowerShell, the powerful command line and scripting language developed by Microsoft. These commands are designed to help administrators automate common, repetitive and bulk management tasks for Active Directory, such as creating, removing or updating objects in AD.
  • PowerGUI.org – Free Windows Powershell Community – Welcome to PowerGUI.org – a free community for PowerGUI, a graphical user interface and script editor for Microsoft Windows PowerShell!
  • ksh_timer – An interface to evaluate function execution time in shell script in each function or in user-defined sections

    Summary:  ksh_timer helps ksh script developers or administrators to find out quickly and with minimal change in their script, what functions or user-defined sections are time consuming. By default, ksh_timer will time the overall script and each function defined and used in the script. Users can define additional sections of the scripts they need to be timed.