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To allow access of resource to multi-domain or multi-forest users, you can create forest level or domain level trust relationship. Follow the steps bellow to create a domain level trust:
Posted: 10 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
To stop a DNS Services on a Serve using command line, 1. Open the command prompt by going to Start and Run an then typing cmd. 2. In the command prompt type Net Stop "DNS Server" and
Posted: 10 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Follow the steps bellow to install Windows Server 2003 Recovery Console on your server. 1. Insert your Windows Server 2003 CD. 2. Click Start and then click Run. 3. Type
Posted: 10 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Windows Vista has a new performance feature called Ready Boost. This feature enables use of a USB storage device instead of hard drive paging file. In order to use this feature, you must use USB
Posted: 10 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Windows XP Error Checking Utility Disk Error checking utility tool in Windows XP enables you to check the integrity of your hard disk. To check for file system errors and bad sectors on y
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
To block a website in Windows XP, follow these steps: 1. Click Start and then click on My Computer 2. Double click the OS or system partition where your Operation System is
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
An IP (Internet Protocol) Address is 32 bit unique numeric number assigned to a computer or device connected to public or private network. Network communications are established using Net
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
TS Session Broker is Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services feature that would allow you to create highly reliable Terminal Services utilizing multiple Server Machines. TS Session Broker
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Capture Image is process of creating Operating System (Vista or Windows Server 2008) image file from a master computer. Similar to Ghosting, you can deploy a Windows Vista or Server 2008
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Core Server Common Commands You can use the following commands to perform basic configures of Server Core. systeminfo - provide complete system information including comp
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
An IPSec (Internet Protocol security) is Windows security feature used to secure transmission of data between two computers. IPSec is used to encrypt and authenticate from the source to t
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
In order to deploy an OS on none-pxe enabled client computer or computers using WDS, you must create a discover image and store on a drive (CD, DVD, USB, etc). Follow the steps to create a disco
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Windows Deployment Services (WDS) is feature of Windows Server 2008 that deploys and installs an Operating System as an image. Traditionally this feature was called Remote Access Server (
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
Hyper-V is Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008 Virtualization feature which allows the installation of multiple Server Operating systems on a single capable physical serve running 64 bit proc
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
As you may already know, you don’t have to go out and buy Windows Vista DVD to install it on you computer. You can download a copy from Microsoft website and burn to a DVD or buy, install, use i
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
You can setup your DHCP to check if an IP is in use before it attempts to assign the IP Address. This process is called DHCP IP Address Conflict Detection and is very simple to setup. By doing t
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
DHCP relay agent sends a request on behave of the client to DHCP server on different network. When you have multiple networks segments, you can enable a single DHPC services on a one network an
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
You can reserve an IP address for a specific machine in your network using DHCP. The DHPC will lease the reserved IP address to only its client machine. In order to reserve the IP address for
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
By definition, a scope is a range of IP addresses available to be assigned to client computers dynamically by the DHCP server. To install a functional DHCP, you have to install the DHCP role, au
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip
DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol assigns IP addresses or Internet Protocols to all your network devices such as computers, printers, and other TCP/IP enabled devices. This article wi
Posted: 11 years ago | BY: SpiderTip

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