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 “troubleshooting learning path” and it truly is. below is the list. What you need to access any article stated here is to enter an InstantDoc ID in search on the main page of WinITPro. Have fun:   Name InstantDoc ID Administrators’ Intro to Debugging 101818 … Continue reading Troubleshooting articles.

MS SIR #12

Okay, better late than never. I finally got to the latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report. While usually there is not much unexpected this time I was almost shocked with the first section of the document. And I believe it’s excusable, because it is named… How Conflicker CONTINUES to propagate. Conflicker! The three-years-old malware! CONTINUES to be a THREAT! Are we going nuts? =) 60% of people who could have got it (if not for antivirus) have weak admin’s passwords. Also 17 to 42% (XP only) have the vulnerability which is used by the worm. Three years after the patch was … Continue reading MS SIR #12 cool apps–useful and not

Some time ago I posted about group policy search service, published in Azure at the Then I thought: “it cannot be the only application on the whole domain!”. And I was right, of course. There is, actually at least several dozens of apps there. There is mostly test stuff at the moment on the site: WordPress on Azure (how-to) Several apps related to environment which don’t seem to be a completed apps, but are interesting, nevertheless A 70 gigapixel (!!!!!) shot of Budapest with zoom and browsing ability. Man, it’s useless, but what a beautiful city. Thanks, guys! Real-word … Continue reading cool apps–useful and not