Linux

Simple Windows Print Accounting using Event Viewer data

This post continues where my previous post titled Export events including Event Properties from Windows Event Viewer left off. The data I’m going to work with was exported using eventquery.vbs and saved in a CSV-file, comma separated file and it is presented in the form shown below. “Information”,”10″,”12.05.2009 13:24:48″,”Print”,”Servername”,”None”,”AD\username”,”Document 232, filename.pdf owned by username was […]

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Windows

Tools to recover Windows CHK-files

This post links to two Windows programs that can help you determine the extension of CHK-files. A CHK-file is a file that is created when you run a disk repair tool like chkdsk, scandisk or other Windows disk tools. Often these CHK-files are placed in a FOUND.000 folder and contains several FILE0001.CHK FILE0002.CHK … files […]

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Windows

2-sided print of Redhat manuals using Acrobat

This is a short note on how I have configured Adobe Acrobat to print out 2-sided Redhat manuals described in my previous post using a Canon iR C2880 printer. This gives me 4 pages of manuals in one sheet, and thats quite nice considering the fact that the Redhat Enterprise Linux Deployment Guide is 978 […]

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Linux

Secure browsing with Firefox and SOCKS v5

This post describes how you can setup secure web browsing using Firefox3 and by setting up a SSH tunnel from your PC/host to a remote PC/host. Your PC will then act as a local SOCKS proxy and all applications that supports SOCKS5 interface to this port. This is a handy solution if you are on […]

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