This section is not encouraging hacking, cracking and spreading malicious codes:
it is about subjects worth knowing for serious computer users

Activate Telnet from the Gui or the command line
Add file and folder information Windows Explorer
Adding quick access to folders and applications
Add recovery agents for EFS
Add Unix services to Windows Server 2003
Alter Netmeeting policies to secure data
Security policies with the security configuration and analysis tool
Audit problem users
A utility to bolster disaster recovery documentation
Back up the recovery agent key
Backup the registry with the backup utility
Capture traffic to and from a server with Network Monitor
Change server licencing modes
Check access permission on shares
Check out Windows sharepoint services
Check your web server for vulnerabilities
Clean up DNS with scavenging
Configure active desktop content
Configure application compatibility settings
Configure client-side offline file settings
Configure content advisor ratings for your website
Configure FTP servers for security
Configure reverse lookup for SMTP
Configure root hints for a DNS server
Configure security options via Group Policy
Configure the SNMP service
Configure TCP/IP filters
Consolidate server logs with eventtracker
Control roaming profile behavior
Control the start menu and task bar with Group Policies
Control user's ability to manage services
Create and share dialing rules and calling cards
Create additional trust relationships
Create a DNS server lookup zone
Create a sticky filtered event viewer
Create a reservation to allocate specific IP addresses through DHCP
Create SRV records to enhance DNS flexibility
Creating a VPN connection
Deploy connection settings to remote users
Direct web traffic with host headers
Disable routing for incoming connections on a remote access server
Disable socket pooling
Disable the Messenger service
Display services during startup
Empty the start's menu documents folder at shutdown
Enable multilink connections
Enable authentication for selected portions of a web site
Windows clustering glossary
Enable RIP on a Win2K router
Establisk kerberos authentication in Win 2K native domains
Examine advanced DNS zone properties
Fine-tune printer permissions
Fix two dritical vulnerabilities in Windows Sever 2003
Fix a registry on a dead system
Get quick network and host information from a command console
View status with console-based file transfers
Have Windows running desktop processes separately
Identify installed updates
Identify open ports with Netstat

Install Service Packs individually on cluster nodes
Integrate Windows and Unix systems with NFS
Know the difference between mixed and native modes
Know your scheduling options for Windows
Learn about two tools for managing licenses
Limit IP traffic with IP filtering
Make server identification easier
Manage DNS zone transfer settings
Manage dynamic DNS server settings
Manage partition sizes
Manage web server performance and bandwidth
Manually remove Outlook Express
Microsoft's free iSCSI software initiator package
Modify a local routing table
Monitor disk usage by user
Move the Internet Explorer cache
Open a command console from the shortcut menu
Perform backups fron the command console
Perform boot-time configuration with autoexnt.bat
Personalize your FTP site using IIS
Prevent logon if a roaming profile fails
Protect against DoS attacks
Protect offline SAM
Protect your network from this Wins Flaw
Publish printers in active directory
Publish shares in active directory
Query a system's port with portqry.exe
Receceive an e-mail notification when a service goes down
Recover a system that won't log on after drive replacement
Restore deleted objects in Active Directory
Restrict ActiveX controls with group policy
Run terminal services in remote administration mode
Run XP's MSconfig utility on Windows 2000
Secure a virtual SMTP server
Secure file systems with RAID
Secure systems by running services under less priviledged accounts
View and modify a computer's routing table
Secure traffic between SMTP servers
Set file attribute with the attrib command
Set up a DFS root
Set up a DNS server
Set up a news server with the NNTP service
Set up multiple virtual machines with VSMT
Share files via IIS
Share ODBC connections between users
Simplify and lock down the user interface
Simplify DHCP with superscopes
Source content from domain UNC paths in media services
Specify DNS zone transfers
Strenghten passwords for better security
The differences between Domain and Forest types
Track remote access with RRAS logging
Troubleshoot network problems with the Link Speed utility
Use dynamic DNS to update client host records
Use edlin.exe as your text editor
Use keyboard shortcuts at the command console
Use the disk cleanup utility
Use unattended backups for simplicity
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