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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Troubleshooting articles.

Once I have run into some article which was actually a list of references to the Windows IT Pro articles. I don’t even remember where I saw the article (probably it was WinITPro itself), but I all of a sudden remembered, that it was useful for me. The list was named in my collection as […]

Best practices for… chkdsk

The longer I work, the more I’m aware of the simple fact: even the most routine and mundane thing, technology or tool can have something to learn about it. Like you never know what is a cake you it is made from, unless you try to make it yourself =) The same stuff can be […]

Creating your own troubleshooting pack

Take notice: My new feed address is now http://feed.feedcat.net/806052. Please re-subscribe. As I wrote in one of my blogs, you not only can tell your user which exactly troubleshooting pack to run, you can also create one of your own. Finally I decided to learn how and to tell you. I was pretty sure it […]

Blog wrap-up

It seems like I haven’t write any wrap-ups for my blog for at least a year. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much to wrap into it. Now, as I returned to the blogging, I just do the thing for the year LCDS: Create your own curriculum The easiest way so far to create a good looking redistributable, […]