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Last Updated on 15 Jan. 2014, Total: 36 Blog Posts

  1. Dirquota

    Using the Quota Management Console to administer disk quotas is definitely your first choice but there are instances when you may need to automate some admin tasks and would therefore need a command that can be used in scripts or in small applications. The dirqouta command-line tool allows you to configure disk quotas from a command prompt or a script... Read More

  2. Emailing Google+ connections new option

    Following last week Google’s announcement of changes in Gmail, lifehacker.com has published a post on how to disable Gmail's new feature that let Google+ users email you... Read More

  3. Free Online Backup Solution

    Did you know that using your Windows 7 platform and subscribing to a free online storage account you could easily create a secure online backup solution for free? Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editions allow you to use BitLocker to encrypt data; the encrypted data can be uploaded to a free cloud storage location for safe keeping. Check how to... Read More

  4. Hardening Early Boot Components against Malware in Windows 8

    Windows 8, both client and server editions will provide additional security capabilities against malware. Specifically, Microsoft provides guidelines for anti-malware and other security solution developers to develop security solutions to protect early boot components from malware. For instance, the Measured Boot feature provides anti-malware software with a trusted (resistant to spoofing and tampering) log of all boot components that started... Read More

  5. Hyper-V Replicas in Windows Server 2012

    How to use Hyper-V replica's in Windows Server 2012... Read More

  6. IE 10 Group Policy template for mixed environments

    Administrative Template files are used to populate user interface settings in the Group Policy Object Editor... Read More

  7. IPv6 Global Address Structure

    IPv6 global addresses are equivalent to Public IP addresses in IPv4 and are globally reachable on the IPv6 portion of the Internet. The global IPv6 address structure is divided into three parts, the Public and Private routing part, and the host identification within a LAN. These parts add up to 128 bits which are structured as follows: The first 48... Read More

  8. IPv6 Link-Local Addresses

    Pv6 Link-Local Addresses (LLAs) are similar to APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing) addresses in Windows IPv4 based systems. APIPA addresses are self-configured, non-routable addresses in the range of 169.254.0.0/16. But unlike APIPA addresses, LLA addresses remain assigned to an interface as a secondary address even after a routable address is obtained for that interface. An LLA address always begins with... Read More

  9. IPv6 Technologies

    Organizations are looking into the details of IPv6 and see if they are ready to shift from IPv4. For instance, IPv6 has a new header format, and hence, IPv4 routers that have not been designed to support IPv6 cannot parse the fields in the IPv6 header. On the other hand, Layer 2 protocols are not affected where internal switches and... Read More

  10. IPv6 Unique Local Addresses

    IPv6 Unique Local addresses (ULAs) are equivalent of private addresses in IPv4 that is, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12, and 192.168.0.0/16. These addresses are routable between subnets on a private network but are not routable on the public Internet. They allow you to create complex internal networks without having public address space assigned. ULAs begin with the prefix "fd" and their structure is... Read More

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