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Windows Network Administration

This site is an information resource for LAN Administrators, IT professionals and knowledge seekers. You will find information here for operating systems, networking, routing, tech tips, as well as useful files to download.


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Documentation for
Windows NT/2000, Tech Tips, How Tos, and more.



Utilities, programs, disk images and
other files can be downloaded here.



Documentation, How
Tos, file downloads, information for routers and switches.



Numerous Links on
the web to help you find what you are looking for.

  Testing Windows Server 2008 in VMware
Windows Server 2008, still in BETA, is the new Windows Server Operating System. If you want to test it, why not run it in a VMware virtual machine on a Windows 2003 server.

  Deploying Windows Vista with Sysprep and ImageX
Windows Vista new imaging software now makes it easy and affordable to deploy Windows using compressed images.  A reference PC is installed, configured, imaged and that image can be used to install hundreds more PCs.

  Windows Vista USB Automated Install
Why bother with DVDs... USB flash drives are much faster and easier to transport.  Find out how to run a fully automated installation of Windows Vista from a USB Flash Drive.


Creating a WinPE 2.0 CD and UFD
Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) version 2.0 is now freely available from Microsoft.  What once was only available to OEMs and Corporate customers, is now accessible by all.  This will show you how to create a bootable WinPE 2.0 CD and/or UFD (USB Flash Drive).



Installing WinRE in Windows Vista
The Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) in Windows Vista replaces the Recovery Console found in Windows XP.  And where installing the Recovery Console was a fairly simple process in XP, installing WinRE in Vista is not quite as simple.



Junction Points in Windows Vista
A Junction Point is a physical location on a local hard disk that points to another location on that disk or another storage device. It is essentially a shortcut, thus the shortcut icon on Junction Point folders in Windows Vista.



Windows Vista
The new Windows desktop OS had gone Gold.  Here are some links to several sites with information about this new OS.







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