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General Chat Thread, Your favourite (IT-related) tool? in General; I would say memory stick. I overlook how often i use one, but if not that then BartPE....
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    I would say memory stick. I overlook how often i use one, but if not that then BartPE.

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    This little thing - I'm amazed how small storage is getting! It's too thin for even a USB connector, you just shove it into a USB port upside-down and it works. Plus, it's the first memory stick I can carry around on my keyring without knowing it's there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzel View Post
    This little thing - I'm amazed how small storage is getting! It's too thin for even a USB connector, you just shove it into a USB port upside-down and it works. Plus, it's the first memory stick I can carry around on my keyring without knowing it's there.

    heh, I have a crucial 4Gb about that size - it lives in a credit card slot in my wallet.

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    Wow how much earth pounds did that little baby cost?!
    About £350 - but we shared the cost - annoyed that we missed a special offer at Debenhams where they were going for £230. Just had a double shot of Toba Sulawesi espresso - top notch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by R0M View Post
    Best tool I've come across is FOG!
    Ooh yeah I change my answer to FOG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzel View Post
    This little thing - I'm amazed how small storage is getting! It's too thin for even a USB connector, you just shove it into a USB port upside-down and it works. Plus, it's the first memory stick I can carry around on my keyring without knowing it's there.

    Do they do a 16gb version and where did you get it from ?

    Does it have a specific name seeing as its so thin ?

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    I have to say FOG as well, as it made the process of imaging nearly 600 machines over the last few weeks pretty near painless, and it does user tracking . . . . . . and it shuts our machines down at the end of the day . . . . . . and it logs off the kids if they leave a machine logged in . . . . . . and it multicasts. . . . . . . and it lets me remotely rename machines.

    Fog is a bloody brilliant tool, it just keeps getting better and better with every release.

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    Smoothwall UTM makes my life easier and is a great tool, every time I have time to look at another feature I find another reason to love it

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    Mine would be RealVNC.

    Awesome Piece of kit!

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    LogMein.. Awsome tool and Lanschool

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
    Coffee mug - pah! - what you need is one of these - just unpacked this morning - bean to cup espresso makre - top!
    It's sat next to me, which worries me as the last one decided to blow up in a cloud of steam. I shall wear the appropriate fire-proof clothing to work everyday. Scarred

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