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    • ExFAT

      ExFAT

      The Microsoft Corporation in conjunction with Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) released the exFAT file system. The exFAT file system was produced in order to address the short comings of the FAT32 file system; specifically on portable media such as USB sticks or portable hard drives where NTFS file structure use is inappropriate. The

    • Dual Time Zone Clocks

      Dual Time Zone Clocks

      Time display is a feature that is already incorporated into the Windows operating system Task Bar. Although this clock is very simple to use, it is only set to a specific time zone and extra steps must be taken to switch over to a new time zone, even temporarily. There are some simple ways to

    • Understanding and Managing SMTP Virtual Servers

      Understanding and Managing SMTP Virtual Servers

      Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Service Overview The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service, a primary service included as part of IIS, performs the key functions and has the characteristics listed below: SMTP can be used to forward mail from one SMTP host to another. SMTP cannot deliver mail directly to the client. Mail clients

    • Error 1327 Invalid Drive

      Error 1327 Invalid Drive

      Error 1327 invalid drive can be triggered on a Windows computer when installing software that refers to a nonexistent drive, or when a computer attempts to reference the home drive’s default “H” drive when Windows Enterprise is installed. If the “H” drive is neither accessible nor installed on the computer, the software being installed would

    • HyperTerminal

      HyperTerminal

      HyperTerminal is an application that connects a computer to other remote systems. These systems include other computers, bulletin board systems, servers, Telnet sites, and online services. However, a modem, an Ethernet connection, or a null modem cable is needed before HyperTerminal can be used. Menus, buttons, icons, and messages can be found within HyperTerminal’s user

    • Understanding Network Protocols

      Understanding Network Protocols

      A protocol is a collection of specifications or rules for data packets that enable information to be sent over the network. Network protocols are designed for network communication. In order to understand the different protocols available and their efficiencies, lets first look at the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model. This is the standard model

    • How to Change Resolution in Windows 10?

      How to Change Resolution in Windows 10?

      Screen resolution is a number of pixels (small dots) your screen has horizontally, multiplied by the number of pixels vertically. The more pixels you have, the better the quality of the image. Resolution numbers are represented in the following formats: 800×600, 1024×768, 1366×768, 1600×900, 1680×1050, 1920×1080, 2560×1440 and so on… In practice, lower resolution means that

    • Managing Recipient Objects, Address Lists, and Distribution and Administrative Groups

      Managing Recipient Objects, Address Lists, and Distribution and Administrative Groups

      Recipient Objects Overview Active Directory objects such as user accounts, contacts and groups become recipient objects when e-mail address information is added to the object. The public folder is another type of recipient object. A public folder does not however usually have its own an email address. Exchange Server 2003 supports the following types of

    • Troubleshooting IIS

      Troubleshooting IIS

      Understanding HTTP Error Messages HTTP error messages are related to the HTTP status codes which are included in the response headers when pages are requested from the Web server. HTTP status codes are three digit numbers. HTTP status codes are categorized into the following categories: Informational (1xx): This category is used for testing, and is

    • Monitoring and Tuning ISA Server Performance

      Monitoring and Tuning ISA Server Performance

      Tuning ISA Server Performance You can optimize ISA Server performance and tune the ISA Server cache. The ISA Server performance settings that you can tune to optimize the performance of the ISA Server computer exist on the Performance tab of the Array Properties dialog box. ISA Server caches objects to RAM and on disk. The

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