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    • VMWare Error 1335

      VMWare Error 1335

      Computer professionals have used the VMWare workstation for a number of years to test software on different types of operating systems on a single computer. Those who purchase and download the VMWare software from the online store often encounter VMWare error 1335. This error is typically as a result of downloading the incorrect software build,

    • What is a Hackintosh?

      What is a Hackintosh?

      Hackintosh is a hacked PC that runs on MAC OS X OS (“Lion”, “Snow Leopard” , “Leopard”).  At first, a lot of people thought that this was impossible to run MAC OS on a non-MAC hardware because of the different software, drivers, and utilities being used between the two. It all started when Apple decided

    • How Do I Open Notepad?

      How Do I Open Notepad?

      Notepad is a great text writing program that is available on Windows operating systems. The user can hide Notepad depending on the version of windows being used. Finding Notepad through the Start Menu List To open notepad through the start menu, follow this process: Click Start (on Vista/Windows 7 it is a Windows Button) on

    • Understanding Organizational Units

      Understanding Organizational Units

      An organizational unit (OU) is a container that logically organizes and groups Active Directory objects within domains. OUs are not part of the DNS namespace. They organize Active Directory objects into logical administrative groups. OUs therefore serve as containers in which users can create and manage Active Directory objects. OUs are considered the smallest unit

    • How to Register a DLL

      How to Register a DLL

      Dynamic Link Library files or DLLs are libraries of computer code and data that are used as shared resources on computers running the Windows Operating System (OS). A common task that arises for home computer users is figuring out how to register a DLL to allow the desired computer software to operate properly. The act

    • Global Catalog

      Global Catalog

      The global catalog is a distributed data repository that is stored in global catalog servers and issued via multimaster replication. It basically is composed of a representation (partial) of every object in the multidomain Active Directory forest that can also be searched. The global catalog is used because searches can be made faster because they

    • Implementing IAS

      Implementing IAS

      Internet Authentication Service (IAS) Overview In most organizations that have multiple network access servers, the centralization of authentication and accounting of connections being established at a centralized server is the better approach than each network access server performing authentication and accounting services. The Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) protocol is the recognized protocol for

    • 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

    • Error 619

      Error 619

      Windows error 619 occurs when a user attempts to reconnect a modem to the Internet after a successful connection and the computer fails to connect to the Internet. This error often forces users to restart their computer in order to successfully connect to their Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the Internet. This problem most commonly

    • How to Remove IPv6 in Windows

      How to Remove IPv6 in Windows

      IPv6 stands for Internet Protocol version 6. IPv6 is the latest version of the network-layer protocol for packet-switched networks. The version that is generally used is IPv4. One of the reasons for the upgrade to IPv6 is that it allows greater space and flexibility in assigning IP addresses. For instance, IPv4 is based on a

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