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    • DNS and Active Directory Integration

      DNS and Active Directory Integration

      DNS is the primary name registration and resolution service in Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003. It provides a hierarchically distributed and scalable database, name registration, name resolution and service location for Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 clients, and locates domain controllers for logon. A DNS server is a computer running the DNS Server

    • How to Read Windows Log Files

      How to Read Windows Log Files

      Reading Windows log files is an important part of maintaining proper operation and ensuring system security. In addition, log files can be extremely useful in troubleshooting Windows errors. Only a Windows Administrator can read some Windows log files, such as the Security Event Log. Any system user can view other log files, such as logs

    • Install and Setup WAMP Server on Windows

      Install and Setup WAMP Server on Windows

      WAMPServer is a web development combination of Apache, MySQL and PHP for Windows. All the components are well integrated together and its installation is highly automated. Earlier were the days when each component had to be installed separately and then configured to connect with each other. But thanks to the WAMP team who has made

    • 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 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

    • wermgr.exe

      wermgr.exe

      Wermgr.exe (Windows Error Reporting Manager) is a process that runs on the Windows Operating System and is responsible for running the Windows Error Reporting software when Windows crashes. Wermgr.exe is usually encountered when Windows Explorer stops working, in which case the user is presented with a message that says that Windows Explorer has encountered a

    • TCP/IP

      TCP/IP

      Understanding the Function of Protocols Protocols are rules, standards and procedures that enable information to be communicated in the network environment. The rules and standards that control the way in which computers communicate are referred to as protocols. A few relevant factors to consider when discussing protocols and the network environment are: There are numerous

    • NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error

      NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error

      Windows Operating System (OS) users may encounter the NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error during the computer start-up process. The error is normally displayed when a computer hangs or stops responding during the Windows start-up process, and may be the result of a number of hardware or hardware configuration problems. What does the NMI Parity Check/Memory

    • Implementing and Managing Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

      Implementing and Managing Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

      On Overview on Group Policy Object (GPO) Implementation and the Group Policy Object Editor Group Policy settings are stored in a Group Policy Object (GPO). The types of Group Policy settings which can be stored in a GPO are listed below: Computer configuration settings are located in the Computer Configuration node. User configuration settings are

    • Understanding and Managing Operations Master Roles

      Understanding and Managing Operations Master Roles

      Understanding the Operations Master Roles Active Directory operates in a multi-master replication manner. What this means is that each domain controller in the domain holds a readable, writable replica of the Active Directory data store. In multi-master replication, any domain controller is able to change objects within Active Directory. Multi-master replication is ideal for the

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