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May 2, 2009  6:19 PM

Using the VBScript datediff function to determine the age of a file by the last modified and the last accessed time



Posted by: Jerry Lees
Disk space, disk utilities, file access, file modified, modification date, System Administration, VBScipt, VBScript Functions

I recently needed a way to tell if a file had been accessed or modified recently, something that has always been a question when you're out of space on a server and can't just add more space to it. What do you delete??? The Old files are the obvious answer... except if people are using...

August 27, 2008  6:12 PM

Essential Tools: A free undelete utility that actually recovers files effectively



Posted by: Jerry Lees
disk utilities, drive utilities, essential tools, free software, free tools, Recovery Tools, software resources, Systems administrator tools, undelete, undelete files, windows tools

Please note: This is a re-posting of a previously deleted post, details to come. 

The next tool I'd like to share with you in my Essential Tools series is another useful...


August 22, 2008  2:23 PM

Essential Tools: A FREE File Level Drive Defragmenter



Posted by: Jerry Lees
deframent, disk utilities, drive utilities, essential tools, free software, free tools, software resources, Systems administrator tools, windows tools

Please note: This is a re-posting of a previous post that was deleted, further details to come. The first tool I want to call out in my Essential Tools series, and the inspiration...


August 21, 2008  2:25 PM

Essential Tools: A free tool to mount an ISO cdrom or DVD image as a Virtual CDROM drive



Posted by: Jerry Lees
CDROM Tools, disk utilities, drive utilities, DVD Tools, essential tools, free software, free tools, ISO, ISO Tools, software resources, Systems administrator tools, windows tools

We've all had times when we needed a file from an installation CD or DVD, but only had an ISO image available on the network. So, we have to copy the image to our machine then burn the image to media-- just to get the file. There are utilities out there that do this, like


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