Alright, I am living proof that children inherit their intelligence from
their parents, because I have none anymore...

I'm revamping my backup procedures (I LOVE using DVDs as backup media,
BTW - 25 cents a GB is a great deal), and I'm having a brain camp.  I
have a wonderful little library called SYSINF that has all my system
information (network attributes, system values, you name it), and I
can't find the program that created it.

Was this a free utility somebody wrote at one time?  Or did I get my
hands on some gray market software and had a fit of conscience and
deleted it?

Joe


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