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stenrulz
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admin toolkit

hi
i would like a portable admin toolkit.
thk

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suggestions / specs / thing you want to have?
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stenrulz
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hi
there is IntelliAdmin.com with:
Network Administrator- Verify the windows daylight saving patch, or even deploy our patch to Windows NT, 2000, 2003, and XP (64 bit too!) machines. In addition, you can logoff, reboot, shutdown, disable CD/USB/Floppy Drives, and Disable the automatic install of IE7 on machines across your network.

VNC Navigator - VNC Navigator allows you to quickly connect to your VNC servers. The most popular versions of VNC are supported: TightVNC, RealVNC, and UltraVNC. Connect to servers with only a double click of the mouse - and your passwords are safe since they are saved in an encrypted database that resides on your local hard drive.

Remote Control Internet Edition - Remote control machines across your network, or across the world. After you have installed an agent on the remote computer, you simply launch the viewer type the host name or IP address of the machine and you are controlling it within seconds.

Remote Control LAN Edition - Unlike other remote control solutions, Remote Control Lan does not require any agents to be installed on the remote computer. Using a windows administrator account you can control any computer on your network in seconds. It has never been easier to support computers on your network!

Network Administrator - Verify the windows daylight saving patch, or even deploy our patch to Windows NT, 2000, 2003, and XP (64 bit too!) machines. In addition, you can logoff, reboot, shutdown, disable CD/USB/Floppy Drives, and Disable the automatic install of IE7 on machines across your network.

VNC Navigator - VNC Navigator allows you to quickly connect to your VNC servers. The most popular versions of VNC are supported: TightVNC, RealVNC, and UltraVNC. Connect to servers with only a double click of the mouse - and your passwords are safe since they are saved in an encrypted database that resides on your local hard drive.

Remote Control Internet Edition - Remote control machines across your network, or across the world. After you have installed an agent on the remote computer, you simply launch the viewer type the host name or IP address of the machine and you are controlling it within seconds.

Remote Control LAN Edition - Unlike other remote control solutions, Remote Control Lan does not require any agents to be installed on the remote computer. Using a windows administrator account you can control any computer on your network in seconds. It has never been easier to support computers on your network!

Microsoft Outlook Profile Generator - Stop spending time setting up Microsoft Outlook users on your network. A single line in your login script allows new users to use Microsoft Outlook XP, 2003 or 2007 for the first time without any wizards or setup.

link is http://www.intelliadmin.com/Downloads.htm

Merlin
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Hi

Just a quick one, none of the programs you mention above are free, and they are a bit expensive.

There are a few non free programs out there that will do what you want but I think the forum rules do not allow me to list the one I would recommend.

Ryan can I place a link to there website in my Post?

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Sure

If it's not your site and the link is relevant, you can add it.

BTW, nice signature Wink
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cheers ryan heres the site

hi the company is called pointdev and there website is www.pointdev.com as the licence for there software is per administrator you may (you will need to ceck) be allowed to install tis onto your usb stick. I know te program has a cost to it but I ave found te software really usefull over the years.

ceers Ryan for letting me list the site, and forgive any spelling error's I am aving to use my hp6915 to write this up as the powerpack in the base unit as blown

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