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    • Securing File and Print Servers

      Securing File and Print Servers

      The file server role stores data for network users, and provides access to users for files stored on the file server. File servers enable users to store files in a centralized location and share files with another user. The print server role provides network printing capabilities for the network. Through the print server role, you

    • mfefire.exe

      mfefire.exe

      Mfefire.exe is McAfee Anti-virus Firewall Service’s process. The McAfee Firewall prevents malicious programs from installing themselves or third party components on the computer. Mfefire.exe is not a system process, but is required to run the McAfee Firewall. Mfefire.exe generally runs on the Windows Operating System and can be found in the primary hard drive’s Program

    • Understanding Microsoft BizTalk Server

      Understanding Microsoft BizTalk Server

      Understanding Business Integration Issues When organizations use the business-to-business and business-to-consumer commerce models when they use the Internet, they are faced with the following integrations issues: Application integration within the organization. Business integration over multiple organizations. While most businesses have different requirements for business process integration and data integration, businesses share a number of business

    • 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

    • DFS (Distributed File System)

      DFS (Distributed File System)

      DFS (Distributed File System) provides a mechanism for administrators to create logical views of folders and files, regardless of where those files are physically located on the network. DFS also allows administrators to distribute shared folders and work loads across several servers for more efficient network and server resources use. Fault tolerance network storage resources

    • 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

    • How to Change the Swap File Settings

      How to Change the Swap File Settings

      Prior to revising your Virtual Memory settings, you should check on how much Virtual Memory you would need, based on how much RAM you do have and how memory-intensive your normal applications are. Specifying Virtual Memory Settings The best way to do this is by installing the built-in System Monitor applet from the Add/Remove Program

    • COM Surrogate Has Stopped Working

      COM Surrogate Has Stopped Working

      A common problem that Windows Vista users face is getting the “COM Surrogate Has Stopped Working” error message whenever a folder that contains multimedia or video files is opened. COM components that third party applications that are not fully compatible with the Windows Vista (and other versions of the Windows platform) install normally cause this

    • Active Directory Terminology and Concepts

      Active Directory Terminology and Concepts

      The Active Directory data store (directory) is the database that holds all directory information such as information on users, computer, groups, other objects, and the objects that users can access. It also includes other network components. The Active Directory data store is stored on the server’s hard disk by means of the Ntds.dit file. The

    • Windows 10: How to Uninstall Built-in Apps?

      Windows 10: How to Uninstall Built-in Apps?

      Past Windows versions always had some preinstalled applications. Some were legendary and enjoyed a legendary status, while some were quite annoying. The same applies to Windows 10, with one exception: the number of “unwanted” apps is larger than ever. There is no simple way to uninstall the numerous unwanted Windows 10 apps. You either need

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