• NT4 Independence Day: More users sound off

    When Microsoft recently stopped supporting NT4 workstations, some of our site members offered their strategies and comments included in the Featured Topic, Is NT obsolete? Below are some more comments from your peers.

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  • Track program installations

    How to keep track of the programs that you install on workstations and servers.

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  • Browsing only returns a portion of client workstations in domain

    A computer browser/name resolution problem? We have a single domain on which the PDC and BDC's are all running NT 4.0 server. There are several other Windows 2000 file/print servers on the domain also. In this configuration, all is well. We added a Windows 2000 Advanced Server (standalone) and now...

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  • Is there a tool that lets admins modify profile settings remotely?

    Our company uses locally-stored profiles on all its workstations. Is there a utility that will allow an administrator to connect to a computer (remotely) and modify profile settings such as printers or network drive mappings without having to physically log into that machine under that person's ID?

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  • Buying a PC? Consider CPU, video, disk space issues related to Vista

    Buying workstation hardware entails some tough decisions when the IT industry is in a transitional period, as it is because of the shift from 32-bit to 64-bit systems, and because the release of Windows Vista is less than a year away. Here are some video and disk space issues to take into account.

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  • Disable beeping noises on WinXP workstations

    Here's a tip that can help stop the annoying beep sounds produced on WinXP workstations without sound cards.

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  • CCleaner: Tips for cleaner workstations and servers

    Use CCleaner to neaten the data in your workstations or servers. Here's how you can get the most out of this free tool.

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  • How can I configure gateways for 35 workstations?

    I have a network of about 35 workstations which access the Internet via two T1's. Is there some way to configure them so if one gateway goes down, they will automatically switch to the other gateway?

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  • Letters to the Editor: NT4 Independence Day

    If you're looking for unpaid hotfix or paid incident support for your NT4 workstations, you're out of luck. What are our all-too-aware site members going to do? Some stragegies -- and comments -- are included in these letter to the editor excerpts. It's not too late to add your two cents.

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  • Naming workstations on a Windows network

    There's no such thing as a perfect naming scheme for every computer on a Windows network. Here are some thoughts on naming network hosts.

    Brien Posey9,385 pointsBadges:

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