Hacking Windows Server

Thursday, 8 April 2004, 1:46 AM EST

Mitch Tulloch has gathered 100 hacks for his Windows Server Hacks book to help system administrators master the more powerful features of Windows Server. To provide a real look at what these hacks can help you do, we offer three excerpts from the book: How to use an ADSI-based script to search for domain users; how to use the Hyena utility to quickly find out which user on your network has a particular file open; and how to quickly locate all machines that have automatic logon enabled in their registry. And if you like what you see here, pick up the book--there are 97 more cool techniques you can use in your everyday Windows administration tasks.

By Mitch Tulloch at O'Reilly.

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