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April 27, 2009  7:22 PM

Pandemic preparation, risk and business continuity



Posted by: Troy Tate
business continuity, business continuity planning, continuity planning, environment, hardware, pandemic, Pandemic planning, planning, recovery, remote access, risk, risk management, risks

I'm not the kind to run around thinking the sky is falling or that the swine or bird flu risk is non-existent. I take a lot of these warnings with a grain of salt. However, the pandemic watches of the past few years should obviously have organizations thinking about their risks and business...

October 6, 2008  1:12 PM

Did you see this? – Process monitor now does TCP/UDP monitoring



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, analysis, anti-virus, Data security, debugging, diagnostics, forensics, howto, internet, LAN, malware, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, network analysis, Networking, packet capture, Performance, performance monitoring, recovery, reporting, research, Sandbox, Security, Sysinternals, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting

If you ever need to get under the covers of running Windows processes for investigating why a system is running slow, then the Sysinternals toolkit has an updated tool that will help you. Per the website:

Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows...


October 2, 2008  12:00 PM

My server is hung! What do I do? – debugging resources



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, debugging, diagnostics, howto, Microsoft Windows, Performance, performance monitoring, recovery, reporting, server, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting


August 18, 2008  7:11 PM

Did you see this? – Boot CD tutorial



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, antivirus, bootcd, DataCenter, DataManagement, diagnostics, forensics, howto, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Monitoring, packet capture, Performance, recovery, research, risk, Security, tools, troubleshooting

How often have you needed to recover a Windows system or use some type of boot disk? It's not easy to create a bootdisk in the current versions of Windows (XP or Vista). There's still a need for this capability. One source of how-to information can be found on the


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