Monthly Archives: May 2009

How to configure Windows Server 2003 to auto archive Security Log and not flooding your system drive!

Recently, I have received a request to turn on the function of auditing the folders on a Windows Server 2003. This request can be quite challenging if anyone were to try to keep their security log file (Part of event log). … Continue reading

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Microsoft Service Pack Uninstall Tool for the 2007 Microsoft Office suite

Traditionally, you cannot uninstall Microsoft Office service packs without completely uninstalling the Microsoft Office products.   Guess what? Microsoft is releasing the first Service Pack Un-installer for 2007 Microsoft Office suite Service Pack 2 (SP2).   Check out for more information … Continue reading

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GRC – Securable vs Intel Processor Identification Utility

In the past… I was using this little tools from GRC (Gibson Research Corp) – (SECURABLE) to check if machine is Virtual Technology Ready.   Recently, by following Microsoft Website which link me to download another utility from Intel to check … Continue reading

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Windows Virtual PC Beta and Windows XP Mode Beta (Exercise “CUT”)

Read about one of the new features of Win7RC1 which is Windows Virtual PC beta and Windows XP Mode Beta… Since I have installed Win7 RC1, I would love to try out this new feature.   So, following the website … Continue reading

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Windows 7 Release Candidate is READY for Download!!!

Hi to all those who are waiting for the Windows 7 RC 1 to release… Yes! Its Ready!!   Click on following URL to download Windows 7 RC 1 !!   http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx   However, note that you are to perform … Continue reading

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