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Spain, Dr. Jeffry A.
spainj at countryday.net
Mon Nov 28 22:10:06 UTC 2011
> > > I don't understand why Windows doesn't include dig by default, even now. Free software hate?
> > And grep and logrotate! At least the GnuWin32 project has a good version of grep.
> I think that if I had to use a Windows workstation my first installs would be the ISC binary kit and wireshark, since AFAIK Windows doesn't come with a packet capture program either. . .
Bill: Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4 is available. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933741. I do prefer Wireshark myself.
Windows PowerShell offers similar functionality to grep in the Select-String cmdlet. See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd315403.aspx. This goes somewhat against the object-oriented grain of PowerShell, however.
The Windows event viewer can be configured to archive event logs when they reach a certain size, but I don't think this matches the functionality of logrotate.
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