Windows in the Enterprise - A whirlwind 2003

By Bryan Muehlberger, ITworld |  How-to

Well, 2003 is finally coming to an end and I thought that it would be
appropriate to review the vast number of subjects and technologies we've
covered over the last 12 months.

We started the year with a multi-part series on Project Management,
which is useful for any serious system administrator. Mixed throughout
the year, we discussed a number of useful administrative utilities from
the Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 resource kits including TaskKill,
TaskList, PathPing, LogEvent, DumpEL, and DirUse, just to name a few.
We did a large 19-part series on scripting using VBScript and Windows
Scripting Host, starting with an introduction to scripting and the WSH
environment and ending with the utilization of command line parameters.
I have to admit, this series received the most feedback and questions -
thank you!!

Have a safe, healthy and wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!!
Stay tuned to Windows in the Enterprise in 2004 because we have many
more interesting things to introduce, explore, and learn about.

Sincerely,
Bryan
bryan_muehlberger@itworld.com

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