Monthly Archives: October 2005

VirusScan 8.0i Central reporting

Investigate McAfee Alert Manager for use as a central VirusScan reporting tool … ReTS#3540 McAfee Alert Manager v4.7.1 McAfee Alert Manager is a central collection point for alert messages generated by McAfee AntiVirus scanning products in response to virus detection, … Continue reading

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Spooks Night!!

Dead body mistaken for Halloween decoration Frederica, Delaware October 28, 2005 – 11:42AM [The Age] The apparent suicide of a woman found hanging from a tree went unreported for hours because passers-by thought the body was a Halloween decoration, US … Continue reading

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The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) league table for 2005

The University of Melbourne has been ranked the top Australian uni in an international survey. The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) league table for 2005 27-oCT-2005 Top 20 universities as listed by the Times Higher Education Supplement. Last year’s rankings … Continue reading

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Wake On Lan – Student Labs

A little scripting project on REDMOND to wake machine in the labs using Gammadyne Corporation’s WOL.EXE (v1.2). This is a fall back if other WOL tools fail. The trick is that Packets cannot be broadcast across the Internet, only a … Continue reading

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Googlemaps +

About Google Earth KML KML files are specially formatted files for Google Earth that contains data to allow them to be viewed in the Google Earth desktop application. The data from includes the type of listing (Traditional, Multi-cache) and … Continue reading

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AccessGrid continued …

I have been testing (playing with) AccessGrid from my laptop; I have set up a user Darren Robertson that seems to be working ok via the USyd bridge into the “Asia Pacific Access Grid Lobby” (the joys of Unicast *chuckle*). … Continue reading

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Wollemi Pine$

Wollemia nobilis  Dinosaur trees attract a mint October 24, 2005 [The Australian] BUYERS from around the world have paid more than $1 million to own a species of tree thought to have been extinct until a small grove was found … Continue reading

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