In my workplace, I have to manage more than 20 computers. And sometimes, I get tense when I need to revert changes made to the computers for each of the computer and each of the session. So, I search for a better solution, and then find these two websites.
These two websites basically the same, although the first website offers a better step by step explanation using gpedit.msc, meanwhile the second website offers a fast and direct .REG solution, which I will really needed to lock more than 20 computers in such a short time.
I come across this when reading the Freshly Pressed article of WordPress. I usually don’t give a damn about making my articles in a way that’s “eligible” to be listed on freshly pressed, but this is a nice point of view to consider, especially when it’s coming from the crews behind the desk. I’ll try to consider that in my future articles in Life in a Nutshell… maybe. 🙂
As a IT Staff, it’s now seemingly becomes my routine job to crimp UTP cable for computers as they’re moved around to a place where there’s no Wi-fi and free UTP LAN cable connection around. So, I guess I just have to make one. And turns out I have to makes plenty in the upcoming days. So, as I were never had lessons on how to crimp a cable back there in my university day, I always have to depends on tutorials on the internet. This tutorial above is specific on cat 6 cable, which is… have no apparent difference with cat 5 cable which is worse in quality but more popular.