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Creating Windows Shortcuts with Python (Part II)

February 25, 2010 by Mike
Back when I first wrote about creating shortcuts with Python last month, I kept thinking to myself that I had a 3rd way of doing it. Today, I had to maintain some of my shortcut code and I stumbled upon it once more. I also noticed that my post had received a comment from Tim […]

Python, Windows and Printers

February 14, 2010 by Mike
I do a fair amount of technical support in addition to my software development. In our small shop, we get to troubleshoot anything that is related to technology, from networks to software to printers. I think one of the most annoying aspects is trying to get printers to work the way the user wants. Another […]

Using Python to Edit Bad Shortcuts

February 13, 2010 by Mike
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about some scripts we use at work for creating shortcuts to various programs in Windows. Well, we also push out updates to some programs which change the paths of the programs and then we need to change the user's shortcuts to match. Unfortunately, some user's will change the name […]

Using Python to Reduce the Roaming Profile

February 9, 2010 by Mike
Roaming Profiles are a blessing and a curse. If the user uses the internet, their browser's cached files will grow like mad. If the user downloads programs to their desktop or creates large Powerpoint files anywhere in their profile, then they have to be managed whenever the user logs in or out. There are several […]

Enabling Screen Locking with Python

February 9, 2010 by Mike
A few months ago, my employer needed to lock down some of our workstations to be compliant with some new software we were installing from another government organization. We needed to force those machines to lock after so many minutes elapsed and we needed to make it such that the user could not change those […]

Lock Down Windows with Python

February 6, 2010 by Mike
Almost four years ago, I was tasked with converting a Kixtart script to Python. This particular script was used to lock down Windows XP machines so they could be used as kiosks. Obviously, you don't need Python to do this. Any programming language that can access the Windows Registry will be able to do this […]
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