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Sys Admin Links
  cURL - curl is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP, TELNET, DICT, LDAP, LDAPS and FILE. curl supports SSL certificates, HTTP POST, HTTP PUT, FTP uploading, HTTP form based upload, proxies, cookies, user+password authentication (Basic, Digest, NTLM, Negotiate, kerberos...), file transfer resume, proxy tunneling and a busload of other useful tricks. - the front end for Dynamips (a Cisco 7200 simulator) if you're looking for hands on with Cisco routers... this gives it to you right on your own desktop.
  IPTools - A free DNS testing site.  Nice!
  Spiceworks - A free, yes I said FREE, LAN Inventory and Helpdesk system for the small to medium sized company.  I work for a small company... we have 50 computers at the most in 9 different cities across the US and it does a great job of finding our computers, listing their configurations, what software they have installed and alerting me to when there is trouble (like when someone has is almost out of disk space or when someone has installed a program they shouldn't like Limewire)
  CPU-Z - Another great resource for finding specifics about your systems CPU, Memory and mother board.
  DNSSTUFF - A indispensable source for gathering information on all things DNS.  Do reverse lookups. Get IP WhoIs. Get a full DNS report on a domain. However, they are charging for most of it.
SysInternals -Great tools for you network geeks, workstation geeks or just geeks in general.  Did I say they were great? Better than great... they're indispensable.
  NMAP - A handy little command line utility for finding open ports, getting port banners, detecting OS and much more.
  Desktop Engineers Junk Drawer - If you do desktop support or something similar (like me :-) ) you will love this site.
SPYBOT Search & Destroy - Want to know if you're computer system as spyware installed on it.  I found stuff on my computer that I had no idea previously was even there.
  TestMy.NET - check your speed to the internet
myITforum - Some good Windows 2000 tips
The Internet Archive - "Building an Internet Library"
Do you want to see what your web site looked like 2 years ago?  How about your favorite web, last year?  This is the place to go.
TechNet - Microsoft's Resource for the "IT Professional". 
NT FAQ - Good Info on NT and NT Services






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