I’ve purchased some RAM to replace my 1GB sticks. This new RAM allows my system to operate at 1333MHz DRAM speed without issues. So, I’ve set my RAM to this new bandwidth speed and my memory went to:
This test is designed to measure the sustained linear (sequential) reading performance of the storage device by reading all data from the surface of the device.
This is pretty simple. Install the NTBackup for Windows 7 on to a Windows 7 computer. Then copy the appropriate file to their respective places on your WinPE image. The files:
I’m in a situation where the network we have doesn’t pass the UDP 9 magic packet to WoL (wake-on-LAN) remote computers. I’m not sure why this is, but I’ve developed a solution around it. It requires you to be a domain administrator (or local admin) because it uses PSEXEC and you need to copy a small command-line program to the local machine to execute. To do this in such a way that you can do multiple computers in one pass, you need to create a text file in the same folder as the batch file (upcoming). The text file has the following format:
1234 :This script wakes up computers using a tertiary computer on the same LAN.for /F "tokens=1-2 delims= " %%A IN ('type computer-list.txt') do psexec \\%%A -i -c mc-wol.exe %%Bpause
CAC00700JQ 18A9051BFE68CAC00700HT 18A9051E2894CAC00700HQ 18A9051E2B90
I’m not sure why MS doesn’t allow this to work with their reg.exe program. On most workstations only a single user is logged in anyways…
for /f %%A IN ('type domain-list.txt') DO (
ECHO %%A >> list1.txt
reg query "\\%%A\HKU" > ".\temp.txt"
findstr /R /C:"HKEY_USERS\\S-1-5-21.*[0-9]$" ".\temp.txt" > ".\temp2.txt"
FOR /F %%Z IN ('TYPE .\temp2.txt') DO reg query "\\%%A\%%Z\Software\Unicus Medical Systems" /s /v ReportPrinterName | findstr /R /C:"ReportPrinterName" >> list1.txt