Anyone faced with setting up and managing a large number of workstations quickly learns the limitations of a graphical user interface.
These authors have developed a number of scripts and techniques to bypass the GUI limitations and administer the workstations centrally. The result is Windows NT Workstation Configuration and Maintenance, the only book on the market to focus on automating the daily management tasks required to keep a large workstation farm up and running.
Table of Contents
- Running a Script Without User Intervention
- Remote Script Management
- System Maintenance
- Controlling Services and Drivers
- Machine-Specific Scripting
- Changing Network Identity
- Script Safety and Security
- A Custom Module
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Number of pages: 178
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