Windows Server Hacks

Errata for Windows Server Hacks

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Color Key: Serious Technical Mistake Minor Technical Mistake Language or formatting error Typo Question Note Update



Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 98
hack 29

Set UserName = GetObject("WinNT://" & UserDomain & "/" & ObjUser.Name & _ ",User") NOW READS: Set UserName = GetObject("WinNT://" & UserDomain & "/" & ObjUser.Name & _ ",User")

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
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Page 100
3rd line of script

Line reads: "GroupMemebrs.csv" It should be: "GroupMembers.csv"

Anonymous   
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Page 116
2nd paragraph under DHCP process, 3rd line

hostnameregistration should be: hostname registration

Anonymous   
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Page 116
2nd paragraph under DHCP process, 6th line

hostnameand should be: hostname and

Anonymous   
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Page 116
note, line 4

clients likes to refresh should be clients like to refresh

Anonymous   
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Page 116
last paragraph

DDNS process should be: DNS process

Anonymous   
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Page 117
last paragraph

This a mechanism should be: This is a mechanism

Anonymous   
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Page 146
2nd para

Here are just few of many possible uses of this command: NOW READS: Here are just a few of many possible uses of this command:

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
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Page 150
in the code

Const UseNTServer=0 'Sets wether this script runs when logging on locally The word 'locally' should appear on the same line.

Anonymous   
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Page 169
paragraph 1, line 3

system32intesrv -----> system32inetsrv

Anonymous   
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Page 178
paragraph 2, line 2

388097640 -----> 388907640 {comment: with respect to the number in the previous page}

Anonymous   
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Page 182
paragraph 2,line 6

/LM/W3SCV -----> /LM/W3SVC {comment: this same typo occures in pages 183 and 184}

Anonymous   
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Page 183
paragraph 2, lines 1 & 2

/LM -----> LM {comment: AspThreadGateEnabled is for IIS 5, hence no leading '/'}

Anonymous   
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Page 195
paragraph 5, line 2

/recursively -----> /children {comment: iiscnfg has no such switch}

Anonymous   
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Page 202
paragraph 5, line 1

toLlog to -----> to log

Anonymous   
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Page 204 & 205 & 215

a RIS -----> an RIS

Anonymous   
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Page 206
paragraph 3, line 2

and then double-click Add/Remove Windows -----> and then click Add/Remove Windows {comment: no need to clicking twice!}

Anonymous   
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Page 210 & 213

Multilng.osc should be Multiling.osc

Anonymous   
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Page 211
paragraph 7, line 1

GUID address -----> GUID

Anonymous   
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Page 213
paragraph 9,line 3

Q Article 327536 -----> Article Q327536

Anonymous   
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Page 214
paragraph 8, line 1

a only -----> only

Anonymous   
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Page 220
paragraph 8, line 1

C:Drivers -----> C:SysPrepDrivers

Anonymous   
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Page 224
3rd parag

"Hide entry" is in monospace, whereas only "Hide" must be monospaced.

Anonymous   
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Page 225
just before the heading "Running the Hack"

which are documented in the Unattended.doc file on the Windows installation CD in the SupportTools folder. NOW READS: which are documented in the Ref.chm help file found in Deploy.cab, which is in the SupportTools folder on the Windows installation CD.

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
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Page 301
under the section "Disaster.bat"

There were 3 or 4 occurrences of the word 'scirpt', which NOW READS 'script'.

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
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Page 342
first paragraph, line 1

don't understood should be: don't understand

Anonymous   
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Page 342
3rd Paragraph, line 7

an significant way should be: a significant way

Anonymous   
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Page 344
4th paragraph, first line

..., because might may need to access your... should be: ..., because you may need to access your...

Anonymous