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Last Updated on 2 Oct. 2012, Total: 44 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Creating a Forward Lookup Zone Using DNSCMD

    Here are five examples of how to use the DNSCMD command to create forward lookup zones from the command-line... Read More

  2. Creating a Reverse Lookup Zone using DNSCMD

    An example of how to use the DNSCMD command to create a reverse lookup zone from the command-line... Read More

  3. Creating and managing DHCP scopes using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to create and manage DHCP scopes from the command line... Read More

  4. Delete Login Credentials for a Network Share

    Remove the cached username and password for a network share(s)... Read More

  5. Determining what service or application owns a TCP port

    How to determine the application or service that owns a TCP port... Read More

  6. Disabling IPv6 the Right Way

    Contrary to popular opinion, disabling IPv6 in Windows Vista and Server 2008 is not as easy as clicking a checkbox. Here is how to get it done right... Read More

  7. Disabling compression of RDP traffic

    How to disable compression of RDP traffic when it causes problems... Read More

  8. Displaying DHCP scope activity using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to display statistics for a single scope on your DHCP server... Read More

  9. Displaying DHCP server activity using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to display statistics for a DHCP server... Read More

  10. Do Not Require Login to Access Shared Folders

    Open access to shared folders so users don't have to enter a username and password... Read More

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