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    • Understanding and Implementing Access Control

      Understanding and Implementing Access Control

      An Overview of Access Control Allowing users and computers unlimited access to system resources and network resources can ultimately compromise the security and stability of an organization. Even though users and computers need to access network and system resources to perform certain tasks, the access that they require should be limited to those necessary to

    • How to Uninstall a Program in Windows

      How to Uninstall a Program in Windows

      Uninstalling a program in any version of Windows is a fairly simple process. There are differences between versions, and here you can find a step by step guide for each specific Windows version: How to Uninstall a Program in Windows 8 1) Hover the mouse over the top right corner. In the menu which pops

    • The VPN Gateway

      The VPN Gateway

      Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) enable users to connect to a remote private network through the Internet. Virtual private networks therefore span the Internet because the user connects over the Internet to the remote VPN server. With a VPN, data is first encrypted and encapsulated before it is sent to the remote VPN server. When the

    • Understanding Ethernet LAN Segmentation

      Understanding Ethernet LAN Segmentation

      LAN Segmentation Overview Network segmentation is the terminology used to describe the process of dividing single Ethernet segments into multiple segments. Network segmentation has the following main advantages: Network performance of the LAN is improved. Network congestion issues can be resolved. Available bandwidth is maximized. A few technologies which you can use to perform network

    • mfehidk.sys

      mfehidk.sys

      Mfehidk.sys is a system process that runs in the computer background and maintains the Host Intrusion Detection System for McAfee Anti-virus. It is essentially a real-time shield and detects malicious software as it runs on the computer before it has a chance to cause significant damage. Mfehidk.sys is also known, however, for slowing computers down

    • BOOTMGR

      BOOTMGR

      The Boot Manager (BOOTMGR) is the bootloader of the Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 operating systems (OS). The computer's BIOS loads the program upon startup and will start the bootloader for the OS and other required programs. The NTLDR preceded it on older versions of the Windows OS. What Problems Can Occur

    • How Does Microsoft Word Password Recovery Work?

      How Does Microsoft Word Password Recovery Work?

      Microsoft Word documents can utilize three passwords: Password to open Password to modify Protect document password   Password to Open   The Password to open requires a user to enter a password to view the document.   When the user sets a Password to open, the entire Microsoft Word document is encrypted with the RC4

    • BOOTMGR is Missing

      BOOTMGR is Missing

      The BOOTMGR (Windows Boot Manager) is part of Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and Windows 7. It finalizes the steps in booting the computer and loading the Operating System by looking for the active partition in which Boot Configuration Data is stored. BOOTMGR runs the “winload.exe” process in order to do this. This process

    • How to Turn Off Sticky Keys

      How to Turn Off Sticky Keys

      Sticky Keys is a Microsoft Windows accessibility feature, designed to aid computer users who have problems holding down multiple keys at once. Microsoft created this feature in order to improve user accessibility to specific Operating System commands that require specific, multiple-key combinations to run.  For example, if a normal Windows key combination requires the pressing of

    • How to Read IIS Server Logs

      How to Read IIS Server Logs

      IIS stands for Internet Information Services and it is a type of software that runs on servers using Microsoft Windows. IIS is the second most popular server software right behind Apache servers, which are open source and usually less expensive to run. Servers that run IIS include FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP and NNTP. One of

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