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Category Archive for 'Windows'

Windows tmpwatch

A lot of Windows services love to create log files (IIS for example), but when it comes to log rotation in Windows, the functionality is glaringly absent. In linux it’s as easy as “tmpwatch –mtime 24”. In Windows there actually is a solution, but it’s a bit more complicated. For Windows 2000 you’ll need to […]

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IP blacklist on Windows

There’s probably a better way to do this – if you know of one, please comment on this post. I have a pretty high opinion of myself, but I’m not so stubborn as to think I already know the best way to do everything. Firewall options for a Windows server are kind of sparse. I’ve […]

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