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A collection of various knowledgebase articles dealing with Microsoft Windows

How to create a WinPE Boot Disk

How to create a Windows PE Boot Disk from WAIKWindows PE or Windows Preboot Environment is a very important tool used to troubleshoot problems with Windows machines or to create and deploy Windows images. Just like the popular Symantec Ghost or Acronis TrueImage product, Windows PE can do a lot more than just capture and deploy Windows images to build new machines in a corporate environment. It is an indispensable tool if you are using Windows Deployment Services or any other Windows based technique to install Windows Seven in a corporate or SOHO environment. In this article we will go over step by step on how to create a Windows PE bootable disk from the Windows Automated Installation Toolkit or WAIK

How to install Windows Automated Installation Kit WAIK

How to install Windows Automated Installation ToolkitWindows Automated Installation Toolkit or WAIK for short is a very important tool from Microsoft that helps you deploy custom computer system images in your corporation or SOHO environments. It's another very powerful "Microsoft Way" of "Ghosting" your machines without a third party solution and is completely free. Using WAIK you can deploy images for Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating systems. WAIK can also be used with other more power deployment tools from Microsoft such as Windows Deployment Services (WDS), Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) and System Center Configuration Manager (SSCM). In this article we will go through step by step on how to install the Windows Automated Installation Toolkit on a Windows Seven Machine.

How to Generate a Systems Health Report in Windows Seven

Generate a Systems Health Report in Windows Seven with PerfmonWindows Seven has added many new utilities and features that assist users and systems administrators in diagnosing problems and fixing them. One such thing is a Systems Health Report that you can generate, which tells you about every aspect of your Windows Seven PC. The report includes diagnostic data on Hardware, Software, Operating System, BIOS and Memory. The results are presented in a very clear and tabulated manner by categories that are easy to read, including errors, warnings and informational items listed right on top of the report.

How to make the default ping reply in Windows Seven to be in IP version four format

How to enable IP V4 as your default ping reply output in Windows SevenIf you are a systems administrator in a Windows 7, Vista and XP mixed environment, or may be just a normal home, SOHO user, you might have noticed that if you ping a Windows 7 machine from a Windows seven machine, you get your ping reply back in IP version 6 (which looks much more cryptic than IP version 4). We are all very use to of getting a normal ping response displayed to us in numeric format, rather than the long cryptic alphanumeric reply. In this article we will show you how you can change your default ping reply in Windows Seven to be IP version 4 and at the end of this article we have a bonus tip which tells you how you can get IP V4 ping replies without changing anything on your machine

How to Enable Telnet in Windows 7

How to Enable Telnet Command in Windows SevenWindows 7 does not offer the Telnet command by default. If you want to be able to Telnet to other servers using a Windows Seven machine, you need to enable the Telnet client. This step by step article shows you how to enable the Telnet Client in Windows Seven. You might need administrative access on the machine for enabling this. You also have the option to do a "Run-As" command and run the following procedure as an administrator while logged on as a non-privileged user