After switching to Windows Vista and experiencing just how poor Symantec Ghost is at imaging Microsoft’s latest operating system I decided that it was high time I give Windows Deployment Services a chance. After a few months of exclusive use of WDS for imaging, these are my initial reactions.
Today I learned in my Microsoft certification courses how to use and secure Windows Media Center, only to come home and realize that none of the computers on my network have it. Needless to say, I was not pleased.
In preparation for a series of reviews I’m doing on online backup services, I decided to lay out my method for scoring the productions that I evaluate. If you currently use an online backup service I’d really appreciate some feedback about what features you like (or hate) about these products.
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