As a best-selling author, speaker and columnist, Jerry Honeycutt has a long history of providing technical leadership to business. He specializes in desktop deployment and management and has toured cities throughout the world teaching IT professionals how to deploy the business desktop. He is a frequent speaker at assorted industry events, including COMDEX, Developer Days, Microsoft Exchange Conference, and Microsoft Global Briefing and has authored over 25 books, among them Windows 2000 Professional (New Riders, 2000), Microsoft Windows 2000 Registry Handbook (Macmillan, 2000) and Introducing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (Microsoft Press, 1999).
Jerry graduated from University of Texas at Dallas in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He also studied at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. In his spare time, Jerry plays golf, dabbles with photography and travels. He is an avid collector of rare Arthurian books. Jerry lives in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, TX.
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Contributions from Jerry Honeycutt
- How can I reduce the size of user profiles?
- How can I use Remote Desktop with a Windows 2000 Server?
- Is Windows 2000 a better system than Windows XP?
- How can I deploy WinXP in a Win2000 based-network for 250 machines?
- When I try to run Windows 2000, all I see is desktop wallpaper.
- How do I save specific search criteria?
- Can I add domain groups to the local admin group through group policy?
- Problems connecting to 128-bit Web sites after virus removed
- How can I update the settings to an Office 2000 install?
- Registry error preventing Windows XP from starting
- How can I make login script window more viewable rather than minimized?
- Are there any issues with using Symantec Ghost 8.0 to deploy WinXP desktops?
- Can we stop users from accidentally dragging and dropping directories?
- Are missing files the reason why I can't download Flash Player?
- Can my PC join more than one domain without reconfiguring each time?
- How can I move the search option on my desktop?
- Getting 'cannot find file msconfig' error message
- Can I configure a client to log on to two different domains in WinXP?
- What takes the place of server manager in Win2000?
- Profile error message causing logon problems with Win2000 Pro