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    • 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

    • Configuring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Replication

      Configuring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Replication

      Active Directory is a distributed multimaster replicated database. All domain controllers host a full replica of the domain information for its own domain. Domain controllers in Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 environments hold a read/write copy of the Active Directory database. In these environments, changes can be made to the Active Directory database on

    • How to Make Desktop Icons

      How to Make Desktop Icons

      Desktop Icons are some of the necessary files that are required to spice up and personalize folders, shortcuts and programs on your computer.  There are many options available to produce icons from multiple sources including photos, graphics and can even be made from scratch with drawing tools.  There are several free desktop icon makers available

    • Windows Registry Hacks

      Windows Registry Hacks

      Windows registry 'hacks' are commands incorporated into the Windows Registry with the aim of improving the system's efficiency, security or communications protocols. Knowing how to 'tweak' the registry can help ensure the security and efficiency of a computer system. What follows is a brief explanation of the system registry and some suggested 'hacks' to make

    • Monitoring BizTalk Server

      Monitoring BizTalk Server

      The Different Monitoring Tools for Monitoring Windows and BizTalk Server Systems You can use System Monitor, Task Monitor, Network Monitor, Event Viewer, and Performance Logs And Alerts to monitor the system. You can use System Monitor and Performance Logs And Alerts to create baselines, identify bottlenecks, determine performance trends, and test any configuration changes. Windows

    • Securing Domain Controllers

      Securing Domain Controllers

      Domain Controllers Security Issues When it comes to Windows Server Active Directory networks, one of the most important server roles which can be configured is probably the domain controllers role. Domain controllers perform a number of important functions and control activities within a domain, including the following: Contain a replica of the Active Directory directory

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