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    • Implementing Proxy Server

      Implementing Proxy Server

      Designing a Proxy Server Implementation Before you can design a Proxy Server implementation and install Proxy Server, you need to be knowledgeable on a number of concepts: IP routing concepts Firewalls concepts Packet filtering concepts Files and protocols utilized in Web applications To design a Proxy Server implementation, there are a number of factors that

    • Deploying Service Packs and Hotfixes

      Deploying Service Packs and Hotfixes

      What are Service Packs and Hotfixes Service packs and hotfixes are network updates that need to be applied to network computers. Hotfixes are also sometimes referred to as security hotfixes or security fixes. Before delving into the differences between service packs, and hotfixes; you can think of a service pack as being a collection of

    • Auditing Security Events

      Auditing Security Events

      An Overview of Auditing Auditing enables you to determine which activities are occurring on your system. Through auditing, you can track access to objects, files and folders; as well as any modifications made to the objects, files and folders. Auditing therefore enables you to collect information associated with resource access and usage on your system

    • Server Clustering Technologies and Concepts

      Server Clustering Technologies and Concepts

      Microsoft Cluster Service Overview A cluster is the grouping of two or multiple physical servers that are perceived to the network as one network server. The servers in the cluster, called nodes, operate together as one network server to provide redundancy and load balancing to the corporate network by resuming operations of any failed server

    • Group Policy Terminology and Concepts

      Group Policy Terminology and Concepts

      What is Group Policy Group Policy is an Active Directory feature that provides the means for you to effectively and efficiently manage large numbers of computers. You can manage both user and computer configuration settings centrally, from one position of administration. You can define group policies as being a collection of user and computer configuration

    • Monitoring IPSec

      Monitoring IPSec

      Using the IP Security Monitor Snap-In to Monitor IPSec The IP Security Monitor snap-in, a new feature in Windows Server 2003, can be used to monitor and troubleshoot IPSec activity. The IP Security Monitor snap-in provides enhanced IPSec security monitoring. As long as the IPSec policy is active, you can monitor how the IPSec policy

    • System Idle Process

      System Idle Process

      The System Idle Process on computers running the Microsoft Windows Operating System (OS) typically displays when it is using more than 90% of the computer’s CPU. This confuses many users as they believe that there is an OS error or more drastically that the computer is infected with malware. In reality, the System Idle Process

    • Cannot Copy and Paste in Windows

      Cannot Copy and Paste in Windows

      Copy and paste are Windows commands that allow users to copy content from a source that is then “pasted” in another window or program. The process can be done by selecting any supported content such as text or a file on the disk, right clicking to open the context menu, selecting copy from the list,

    • What Are Dynamic Disks?

      What Are Dynamic Disks?

      What are Dynamic Disks A dynamic disk refers to a hard drive that can be altered at any time to include additional partitions or volumes. This differs from basic disks that only include standard and extended partitions that are setup when the disk is first formatted. Dynamic disks can handle all of the following volumes.

    • DHCP Leasing

      DHCP Leasing

      An Overview of DHCP In TCP/IP based networks, a unique IP address must be assigned to each computer. An IP address is a unique numeric identifier that identifies computers on the network. The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a service that can be implemented to automatically assign unique IP addresses to DHCP clients. DHCP

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