Oct 302008
 

TreeSize is a simple but cool utility with little to no overhead on your system to quickly report on ths space utlization of disk(s) in your system. Tree size quickly scans the various folders in the selected drive and then arranges the parent folders in descending order of space usage in explorer style structure so you can navigate down to see the files and folders with the file sizes. TreeSize works in Windows Vista and Windows XP.
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Oct 292008
 

FREEping is a ping utility that can be used as a simple monitoring tool. There are many free network scanners that are much more sophisticated, but FREEping has a feature that allows you to monitor the availability of an unstable server without much hassle.

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Oct 282008
 

By default IPv4 packets are encapsulated on Ethernet  subnets in Ethernet II or Ethernet DIX format in Windows server 2008/2003, Windows Vista/XP/2000. However, if you need to use IEEE 802.3 SNAP (Sub-Network Acces Protocol) then this can be done from Windows Registry.

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Oct 272008
 

If you want to Map a fake drive letter to a folder you have use subst command.Use the SUBST command to substitute a drive letter for a path in order to treat a virtual drive (a reserved area rather than an actual disk drive) as a physical drive.
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