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Listed below are just a handful of the more popular generic solutions we have produced. Located in Adelaide, Australia, we are available to provide custom software solutions based to your specification for customers within Australia. We specialise on NT services, device drivers, and user mode applications solutions for Windows NT4, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP Professional. Please contact us if you seek further information.
Allow users to run trusted applications from defined directories, while preventing the execution of non-trusted programs from floppy disk and CDROM drives or from the users e-mail attachment directory. Stop PE viruses in their tracks where on Windows platforms year, nine out of ten of the top viruses were spread via e-mail.
Want a command line utility to view, kill, suspend or set the priority or affinity of processes, perhaps from a batch file? Kills rouge processes where Window's Task Manager fails.
Have you ever wanted to run a process such as an application installer, service pack, virus signature update etc or shutdown a single or group of remote computers without having the burden of installing any remote client on your target computers?
The Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit and Windows XP introduce a shutdown.exe command line utility to shutdown local computers. However a quick play with these utilities will fine that they are less than adequate. The Beyond Logic shutdown.exe actually powers down computers while giving your users the option of cancelling the operation or allowing you to only target computers without a logged on user.
Bmail is a free but lean command line SMTP mail sender. Bmail allows the user to automate the sending of email messages containing log files, data downloads or error messages on Win32 based computers.
Have you ever had the need to find, copy or delete files that were owned by a certain user? A great way to back up files created by previous employees or to clean workstations when one leaves.
A problem that plagues Windows NT/2000/XP, is it's strict control over I/O ports. Unlike Windows 95, 98 or ME, Windows NT/2000/XP will cause an exception (Privileged Instruction) if an attempt is made to access an I/O port that your program is not privileged to access. The PortTalk driver allows existing programs to access selected I/O ports.
Do you know what named pipes you have on a system, quietly advertising for something to connect to it? Do you know how secure each pipe is, whether the associated security descriptor is strong enough?. The Win32 Pipe Security Editor is the ideal tool for checking the security of your own pipe servers or to set up auditing of existing pipe servers.
Want a quick console utility to display the hardware specifications of a PC including Processors Type, Operating System and Service Pack, Physical and Virtual Memory, Network Addresses, Logical Drive information, Video Card Type, Hard Disk, CDROM and Printer Information.
A small and simple utility to instantly view the SMART (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) attributes of Hard Disk Drives without first requiring installation.