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Last Updated on 25 Sept. 2014, Total: 115 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. A Quick Tip To Install Windows Server Backup On Multiple Computers

    This article explains how you can use ServerManagerCMD, a command line tool, to install Windows Server Backup feature on multiple Computers... Read More

  2. How To Check If A Service Is Running or Not On Multiple Servers

    This article explains how you can use a small CMD script to check the status of a service on multiple computers... Read More

  3. How To Enable Hibernation On Multiple Computers

    This article explains how you can enable Hibernation on multiple computers using a CMD script or Group Policy... Read More

  4. How to repurpose an RRAS server

    If you have a Windows Server that has RRAS installed and you need to use your server for some other purpose, here's what you need to do first before you remove the RRAS role... Read More

  5. How To Recover From A Corrupt Registry Branch

    This article explains how you can recover from a corrupted registry branch... Read More

  6. A Quick Tip To Change RPC Port Range

    This article explains the MaxUserPort registry entry for RPC... Read More

  7. Default Dynamic Port Range

    This article explains the default dynamic port range used by the client computers... Read More

  8. Which Service Is Responsible To Register A and PTR Records In DNS?

    This article explains the service which is responsible to register DNS Records on behalf of client computers. This tip applies to Windows 7 also... Read More

  9. Quickly Turn ON/OFF Windows Firewall Using Command Line

    This article explains how you can quickly Turn Windows Firewall On or Off. This tips applies to Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 only!... Read More

  10. A Quick Tip To Check Schedule Tasks On Remote Computers

    This article explains how you can use Schtasks.exe with Psexec.exe to check schedule Tasks on remote computers... Read More

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