Author: Justin Braun

Access-Based Enumeration

ABE filters shared folders visible to a user based on that individual user’s access rights, preventing the display of folders or other shared resources that the user does not have rights to access. ABE can be accessed via graphical user interface (GUI), command-line executable tool, and a robust advanced programming […]

The Wayback Machine

Now this is really cool.  The Wayback Machine, the invention of the Internet Archive allows you to see any webpage archived from 1996 to just a few months ago. This is useful if you’re looking for old information or if you wanted to see what the first iteration of a […]

OS Install Mode

I ran into a little problem today.  One of my test servers which has 4GB of RAM was giving me an error on boot.  This error indicated that I only had 256MB of usable memory.  Well, low and behold, Dell has a setting in their BIOS called “OS Install Mode”.  […]

Removable Drive Icons

I use several different types of removable media since both of my digital cameras each use a different type.  I decided to get rid of my several different card readers and buy the SanDisk ImageMate 12-in-1 USB 2.0 Card Reader at my local Best Buy.  This thing is cool, cause […]

Concurrent Downloads in IE

Ever noticed that on a default installation of Internet Explorer that you can only have two concurrent downloads? According to the Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 183110, this is to maintain compliance with HTTP specifications. WinInet limits the number of simultaneous connections that it makes to a single HTTP server. If […]