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    • No Audio Device

      No Audio Device

      The no audio device error is commonly encountered on the Windows operating system. The error is normally thrown when the end user upgrades a computing device to a newer version of Windows or after reinstalling the existing version of Windows. When the error is thrown, computer applications that require an audio device will not be

    • Using the Terminal Services Configuration Tool

      Using the Terminal Services Configuration Tool

      In order for clients to establish Terminal Services sessions on a server, listener connections have to be configured on the particular server. A listener connection can be configured for only RDP (Remote Data Protocol) over TCP/IP. One listener connection can be configured for a network interface card (NIC) in the Terminal Services computer. The Terminal

    • Using the Systems Management Server Installer

      Using the Systems Management Server Installer

      Systems Management Server (SMS) Installer Overview SMS Installer can be used to create self-extracting software installation files. These executable files contain the identical files and settings which were created when a specific application was installed. The SMS Installer reproduces all the components required to install the software. This includes an installation script as well, which

    • 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

    • Installing a SMS Primary Site Server

      Installing a SMS Primary Site Server

      Primary Site Server Installation Overview A SMS site server is the Windows server on which SMS 2.0 is installed and running. The SMS site server is the main access point between the SMS database and administrators. The SMS server manages the SMS site and component attributes. The SMS site server must be installed on a

    • 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

    • Error Loading Operating System

      Error Loading Operating System

      The Error Loading Operating System error appears when an operating system fails to load properly. This error is localized to the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, so users of other operating systems should not face this problem. Essentially, the Error Loading Operating System error occurs at a point between the computer’s BIOS running checks on

    • NTFS File Compression

      NTFS File Compression

      One feature available when you format a volume with the NTFS file system is file compression. NTFS compression can only be applied to a partition or volume that is formatted with the NTFS file system. Through NTFS, you can create additional storage space for files by compressing either single files, or all files in a

    • Troubleshooting ISA Server

      Troubleshooting ISA Server

      Tools for Troubleshooting ISA Server There are a variety of tools that you can use to troubleshoot ISA Server. The type of issue would determine which of the tools(s) listed here you need to use: ISA Server Reports tool: You can use the reporting feature included with ISA Server to obtain and view information on

    • Understanding the Department of Defense Network Model

      Understanding the Department of Defense Network Model

      Department of Defense Network (DoD) Network Model Introduction Back in 1960, systems were primarily made up of mainframe computers, and were typically owned by fairly large companies and government institutions. Because mainframe computers run different proprietary software, and due to mainframes not being able to communicate between each other, special code (interface) had to be

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