Thursday, October 30, 2008

[TechRepublic] Retrieve information for multiple Windows XP disk drives

October 30, 2008
Retrieve information for multiple Windows XP disk drives
If you're working with multiple Windows XP disk drives, you can easily create a pie chart to show the amount of free and used space on each drive at the same time -- including removable and floppy drives.

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The secure copy command allows the user to securely copy files from a local machine to a remote machine with encryption. One of the easiest methods of achieving this feat is with WinSCP. Jack Wallen explains how to install, configure, and use this tool.

How do I block IP addresses with Peer Guardian 2?
Network security doesn't end with the installation of a firewall or any automated security package. There are times when you'll need to block certain ranges of IP addresses. Jack Wallen explains how to use Peer Guardian 2 for this task.

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