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Tag Archives: Windows Server Update Services
I finally got around to converting my Login Script, written in VB, converted to use Group Policy Preferences. The conversion went quite well, however a few cases did show up where some Windows XP computers were not mapping the drives. … Continue reading
I recently deployed some Windows Updates using my Windows Server Update Service (WSUS). A user reported that they did not receive the updates. After some investigating I noticed that the users computer was not reporting a status to WSUS. I … Continue reading
PsExec is a handy tool used to execute commands on a remote system. It is part of SysInternals from Technet download or can be downloaded and installed separately from the PsExec description page. I have used this tool in the … Continue reading