Concentrates on the techniques needed to master keeping workstations under control through implementing Perl scripts to take care of particular problems, covering such topics as: running scripts without user intervention, remote script installation, developing custom Perl modules, and more. Original. (Intermediate).By way of example, we will present the commands that would be required to start and stop the spooler service, thereby enabling and disabling print spooling on a workstation. C:\agt;net start spooler The Spooler service is starting. The Spooleranbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows NT Workstation Configuration and Maintenance|
|Author||:||Matthew M. Lavy, Ashley J. Meggitt|
|Publisher||:||Oreilly & Associates Incorporated - 1999|