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IBM Software I’ve Used Over the Years

Here’s a list of the IBM software I’ve supported/used over the years. I’m sure I’ve left off a few. AIX – IBM’s proprietary UNIX OS (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) DOS/360 (Disk Operating System/360) OS/360 (Operating System/360 for IBM System/360) MFT (Multiprogramming

Posted in IBM, Software

Free Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Resources

Blake Handler posted a long list of free resources from Microsoft on its recently released Windows Server 2008.   GROUP POLICY & SECURITY RESOURCES:  Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows Server 2008 Multiple Group Policy Preference Side Extensions: Windows XP Windows

Posted in Blog, Microsoft, server 2008, Software, Windows

Free Microsoft Software

Blake Handler, in his The Road to Know Where blog, maintains a list of free Microsoft software for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Office 2003, and Office 2007. Lots of good stuff available from Microsoft.

Posted in Microsoft, Microsoft Office, Software, Vista, Windows

Free Security Tools

Back in April, itsecurity.com posted an article entitled 103 Free Security Tools. As ha.ackers.org noted the list is missing Cygwin. I noticed RootkitRevealer, my favorite Rootkit detection utility is missing.

Posted in Information Security, IT Security, Rootkit, Security, Software, tools

JOEWARE

My research that lead me to the lastLogonTimestamp attribute also lead me to http://www.joeware.net/win/free/all.htm and the OldCmp utility. There are a number of potentially useful utilities but I’ve just used OldCmp (http://www.joeware.net/win/free/tools/oldcmp.htm). Using the utility I found a number of

Posted in Active Directory, Blog, IT Management, LDAP, Microsoft, Security, Software, Technology, Windows

Free Office 2007 Software and Tools from Microsoft

Blake Handler again come through with links to a wealth of tools. This time for Office 2007. A lot of this information will be helpful for our training staff when we get around to rolling out Office 2007. Of particular

Posted in Blog, Microsoft, Microsoft Office, Software, Technology, Word

Security Features vs. Convenience

I ran across a blog post by Jim Allchin on some of the design tradeoffs and issues Microsoft went through in developing Windows Vista regarding UAC. The post also offers good, better, and best strategies for configuring UAC in corporate

Posted in Blog, IE7, Internet Exploer, Microsoft, Security, Software, Technology, Vista, Windows
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