Category: Operating System

How to add TLS settings in 2008 R2 server 0

How to add TLS settings in 2008 R2 server

TLS stands for Transport Layer Security. It is a cryptographic protocol which is used to increase the security of communication happening over the network. It is a successor or SSL (Secure Socket Layer). For...

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Linux Troubleshooting Commands

Getting CPU Info. Sometimes in troubleshooting we want to know what processor we are dealing with along with how much cpu is currently being used by our OS and programs. We can do this...

How to Find inactive users/computers in AD and disabled/delete them 0

How to Find inactive users/computers in AD and disabled/delete them

Active Directory admins are very much aware of the security threat from inactive users/computers in Active Directory. When AD accounts are not being used for long time, we need to either disable or delete...

How to point Trend Micro Client to new Trend Micro Server 0

How to point Trend Micro Client to new Trend Micro Server

Use this procedure in a script to migrate several machines to the new server. In this procedure, you don’t have to copy ipxfer.exe in each machine before running the command. Open the ..\Program Files\Trend...

What’s New in Windows Server 2016 0

What’s New in Windows Server 2016

Windows 2016 server have brought few new things which are described below: Nano Server What is Nano server? Nano Server is changed name of core version of earlier version of windows servers. It requires...

What is a Computer Network? 0

What is a Computer Network?

A computer network is a group of computer systems and other communication hardware devices that are linked together through communication channels to facilitate communication and resource-sharing among a wide range of users.  In other...

How to power on a physical server using ILO 0

How to power on a physical server using ILO

Once iLO is configured on the server (It requires an additional switch port, patch cable, and IP address on the iLO controller card), we can try to power up the machine via web browser...

How To Enable RDP From Registry 0

How To Enable RDP From Registry

1. Access services of other computer by Start->run-> type “services.msc” and press enter 2.  Right click on “Services (Local) and select “Connect to another computer” 3. Click on “another computer” and type computer name/Ip...