Windows Server Cookbook

Errata for Windows Server Cookbook

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page 11
code listing half way down the page

$ cat -n a.vbs 1 2 3 strFile = "c:abc_7-1-05_out.txt" 4 const ForAppending = 8 5 set objFSO = createObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") 6 ' set objfile = objfso.opentextfile(strFile,constForAppending,True) 7 ' set objfile = objfso.opentextfile(strFile,const ForAppending,True) 8 ' set objfile = objfso.opentextfile(strFile,ForAppending,True) 9 set objFile = objFSO.openTextFile(strFile,8,True) 10 11 objFile.WriteLine("script completed: " & Now) 12 objFile.Close 13 In line 4, change "const ForAppending" to "constForAppending".

Anonymous   
Printed
Page 140
last paragraph

"One way to make available sby publishing them..." should be: "One way to make it available is by publishing it..."

Anonymous   
Printed
Page 168
Sixth line reads : > taskkill -pid <PID>

I tested the above line and it did not work on my XP. I checked the syntax and it should be: taskkill /pid <PID>

Anonymous   
Printed
Page 168
8th line

> taskkill /s <ServerName> -im <ProcessName> should be: > taskkill /s <ServerName> /im <ProcessName> ^

Anonymous   
Printed
Page 609
Appendix A, 3rd paragraph, last sentence

"Operatings that affect an object are known as methods." change "Operatings" to "Operations"

Anonymous   
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Page 646
in the index;

at the top of the first column, please move the line "command-line interface, servers (continued)" to the top of the page.

Anonymous