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Oct 20 2011   6:40AM GMT

Announcing the winners of the IT Scripts Contest

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

Whether you’re trying to perform remote operations or simple cut down on help support headaches, the entries for the community’s IT Scripts Contest had something to please everyone. It was something new around here, but we couldn’t have been happier with the results when we asked you to share the most clever, helpful scripts – in any language – that make your life easier.

Without further ado, the winners of the three Nintendo 3DS’s were:

Most Useful: CarlosDL for his script compilation that pointed to scripts he’d previously posted to help others out. Carlos actually posted several really useful scripts, making it hard to pick one, which is why we didn’t!

Most Creative: Community newcomer MakeITFunctional made a splash with CompanyX Network Adapter Reset Tool, which we loved since it helped solve a very common problem (we were helping someone tackle the same issue, via phone, just the day before) while reducing the workload for IT: A win-win all around!

Best Commentary: Mariodlg offered feedback on a couple of requests, in addition to submitting one of his own.

A big congratulations to all of our winners: We’ll be contacting you shortly to arrange your prize delivery. A special thanks also goes to Eric Hansen who was instrumental in helping kick off this contest and supplying some example scripts. Check out his blog for many more helpful tips.

Michael Morisy is the editorial director for ITKnowledgeExchange. He can be followed on Twitter or you can reach him at Michael@ITKnowledgeExchange.com.

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