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March 28, 2006

A New Twist on Reporting Spam

Blue Security has an interesting approach to dealing with SPAM:


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Terminal Server Printer Redirection Wizard

This tool scans your event log for printer mapping problems, presents an interface to allow you to match the problematic printer up with an existing driver, then creates the NTPrintSubs.INF file for you!


The Terminal Server Printer Driver Redirection Wizard will help you troubleshoot and replace print drivers that were unsuccessfully redirected. This tool automates the process found in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article KB239088 entitled “Windows 2000 Terminal Services Server Logs Events 1111, 1105, and 1006� http://support.microsoft.com/?id=239088.

This tool will scan a server’s System Event Log and detect all events with Event ID 1111 and Source ‘TermServDevices.’ The tool will then scan the server’s registry for installed Version 3 MINI drivers, and prompt you to substitute an installed Version 3 MINI driver for each of the printers that failed printer redirection. Any changes will be written to a file named NTPrintSubs.inf which is where custom redirected printer mappings are stored.

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SyncToy - synchroze directory contents

An interesting tool from Micrsoft to synchroze directory contents.


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Conference XP


ConferenceXP is an initiative of Microsoft Research. We’re exploring how to make wireless classrooms, collaboration, and distance learning a compelling, rich experience by assuming the availability of emerging and enabling technologies, such as high-bandwidth networks, wireless devices, Tablet PCs, and the advanced features in Microsoft® Windows® XP.

The ConferenceXP research platform enables researchers and developers to create distributed applications that take advantage of ConferenceXP technology as well as Tablet PCs and wireless networks. It also enables them to develop the collaborative tools and applications they need without having to build them from the ground up. By partnering with research organizations and universities,
the ConferenceXP project combines the academic
community’s expertise in the learning sciences with
Microsoft’s expertise in technology.

Explore this Web site to learn more about ConferenceXP and join the community of ConferenceXP developers and researchers

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Classsroom Presenter


An interesting use of Tablet PCs in an edicational environment. This is a (free?) app from the University of Washington.

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