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.
Do you have a question for our experts?
Contributions from Jerry Honeycutt
- Why can't I delete a file on a Win2k Pro machine?
- Local computer policy that applies to all except administrator
- Directing new software into mapped home directory
- Error when posting riprep image to RIS server
- How can I keep staff from altering their desktop properties?
- Disabling folder redirection
- How can I configure my computer as a kiosk?
- Can non-administrators add printers to XP?
- What XP Pro/Win2k registry setting enables WINS Proxy?
- No permission to change password error
- Mandatory local profiles
- How can I have a desktop retain changes by admins, but not by users?
- Resources for the Win2k Pro registry
- How do I set a bootup password on XP?
- How can we stop software installations without disabling write privileges?
- Can HAL be changed without reinstalling the OS?
- How can we set up of HTML menu navigation using just a keyboard and no mouse?
- How can I remotely troubleshoot other PCs from my Win2k Pro machine?
- How do you change the Win2k Pro logon window logo?
- How do I configure Win2k machines to automatically power off?