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Want to install the GroupWise Client on Windows XP, where your users don't have administrative rights?
ProcHeapViewer 2.0 tool to scan process heaps now comes with integrated search feature which makes it easy to find ascii as well as unicode strings within the heap blocks.
A free and easy to use graphical tool to help you track down where your disk space is going.
You get to work and and you get a call that a client pc is slow and that GroupWise ain't working! Try this -- it could only be a 5-min fix and a reboot. Zoom in and focus on the gwsync service.
We have a lot of student computers running Windows XP (managed by ZfD 7). When the students have finished using the computers they tend to just log off leaving the computers running on full power (often over nights or weekends) instead of shutting them down. But with a little tweaking it is possible to shut down the computer if no user has been logged on for 10 minutes. We also do weekly automated ZEN imaging and the tweak is also a great way to close the computers after the imaging schedule.