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Sep 06 2015

DOS / Powershell Scripts to Remove Files Older Than

Published by under Windows

System admins face more and more ever-growing directories storing auto-generated reports by scripts or scheduled tasks. Same goes to temp directories and nobody bother cleaning them up. But isn’t it our job?Here are 2 simple scripts that can be run every so often to delete files older than say 30 days for instance. The first […]

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Dec 15 2012

Windows Remote Server/NAS Files Easy Sync

Published by under Backup,Windows

robocopy lets you copy but more interestingly synchronize data from a server (or a NAS) to another Windows server. It is provided with the Windows 2003 Server resource kit tools or natively in Windows 2008 Server.Synchronization takes little bandwidth and can be a good way to backup data over a slow network link. Here’s a DOS […]

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Dec 07 2011

Merge Files in DOS

Published by under Windows

You can easily concatenate ascii or binary files with the Windows command prompt using COPY:   Where dest is the destination filename

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Aug 20 2009

File server cluster on Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition

Published by under Windows

Most of us already know cluster features aren’t provided on Windows 2003 server Standard Edition.The thing is you’ve got a shared storage space but you can’t (or don’t want to) afford 2 Windows Enterprise licences just for a file server.There is DFS indeed but one acknowledge it is a pity to replicate data that resides […]

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