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

  1. 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

  2. Authorizing a DHCP server using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to authorize a DHCP server from the command line... Read More

  3. Enable Network Support for the Recycle Bin

    Using a Recycle Bin replacement to protect network shares... Read More

  4. Enabling and Using Wireless Tracing

    Generating a report to troubleshoot wireless issues, using the Netsh WLAN commands... Read More

  5. Enabling 802.1X/PEAP for Wired Networks (in Vista)

    Make the Authenication tab visible on the network properties dialog... Read More

  6. Dynamic Port Range in Windows Server 2008

    This article explains the default Dynamic Port range in Windows Server 2008 and how to see the range using the NetSH command line tool... Read More

  7. Importing/Exporting Wireless Profiles in Vista/Server 2008

    Windows Vista and Server 2008 include Netsh Commands specifically for WLANs, which let you import and export wireless network profiles... Read More

  8. Preventing Wireless Connection to Certain Networks in Vista/Server 2008

    Windows Vista and Server 2008 include Netsh Commands specifically for WLANs, which let you block access to specified wireless networks... Read More

  9. TCP Chimney Offload and Windows Server 2008

    How to verify that your server is utilizing the capabilities of a NIC that supports TCP Chimney Offload... Read More

  10. How Global Name Zones Work In Windows Server 2008?

    This article shows the steps included when resolving a name in DNS Server running on Windows Server 2008... Read More

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