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    • Using the Terminal Services Manager Tool

      Using the Terminal Services Manager Tool

      The Terminal Services Manager tool (Tsadmin.exe) is the main administration tool used to manage existing Terminal Services sessions, users, and processes that are connected to or running on the Terminal Services server. The Terminal Services Manager tool can manage one or more Terminal Services servers. The administrative tasks that the Terminal Services Manager tool can

    • How Windows File Swapping works

      How Windows File Swapping works

      The major advantage of the Microsoft Windows operating system over the previous Disk Operating System (DOS) is that one can open and use multiple programs at the same time; hence the term “Windows” (as in having several windows – or programs or applications – open at one and the same time). This led to the

    • How to Open a TTF File

      How to Open a TTF File

      TTF files are files that used a font developed by Apple in the 1980s to compete with Adobe's Type 1 Fonts. Since then, TTF has become one of the most common fonts for both Mac OS and Windows. However, other fonts have also been used–OpenType and ClearType. Regardless, many computers are able to open TTF

    • Understanding Proxy Server

      Understanding Proxy Server

      Proxy Server Overview Proxy Server enables you to connect the private network or LAN to a public network such as the Internet, by acting as a gateway for internal client computers to the Internet. Proxy Server is a secure gateway which you can use to provide Internet connectivity for IP and IPX based networks. A

    • How to Add or Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

      How to Add or Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

      Microsoft Word is the commercial word processing program that the Microsoft Corporation created. It was first released in 1983. Since that time, the program has been upgraded to keep pace with technology and is available for use on both the Windows and OS X Operating Systems (OSs). A common task for Microsoft Word users is

    • How to Fix Error 0x80070570

      How to Fix Error 0x80070570

      Error code 0x80070570 is one of the most common errors on computers. The error typically shows up on the screen as a message. It is important to repair the computer as soon as a message with this error code appears as it can seriously damage the system. It causes a computer to perform slowly and

    • How Do I Make Index Cards in Microsoft Word?

      How Do I Make Index Cards in Microsoft Word?

      One of the better functions of Microsoft Word is the ability to change the layout of the page so that you can create different sized documents. Making index cards in Microsoft Word is very easy and, if your printer is good, they will print and read very good. It is important, though, to get blank

    • User Authentication in IIS

      User Authentication in IIS

      Authenticating users in IIS is one of the initial steps in securing IIS. When a user attempts to access a website or an FTP site on an IIS machine, authentication is the process that verifies whether the user can indeed access the site. Authentication and permissions are closely coupled. After a user is authenticated, NTFS

    • How to Setup a Remote Desktop Web Connection

      How to Setup a Remote Desktop Web Connection

      The Remote Desktop Web Connection is a Win32-based ActiveX control (COM object) that can be used to run Remote Desktop sessions from within a browser like Internet Explorer. It is a useful alternative to the regular Remote Desktop because it can be used without installing any software on the client machine. Remote Desktop demands the

    • Backing Up and Restoring Active Directory

      Backing Up and Restoring Active Directory

      An Overview on Backing up and Restoring Active Directory To ensure availability of mission critical resources and network objects, and business continuity, you would need to perform back ups of Active Directory if it is running in your environment. This is because Active Directory normally hosts mission critical data, and resources. Backups are typically preformed

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