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Installing & Configuring URLScan on windows servers

Download and install URLScan. Installation is straightforward. You do not need to consult any document.

Two main files (Urlscan.dll and Urlscan.ini) that we need for configuring URLScan is by default located in the folder C:\Windows\System32\Inersrv\urlscan\ 188 more words

Windows

Reducing the size of your Windows.edb (Search) and DataStore.edb (Update) databases

Windows Search: Windows.edb

If you use Windows Search (I don’t: I use Everything by VoidTools), your Windows.edb can grow ridiculously large. It is a single file, though it appears to be in two places because there is a symbolic link from… 253 more words

Power User

Moving to a Client Server Based Network

Many smaller businesses tend to have a limited understanding of the difference between peer to peer networking and making the leap to a proper client server network. 732 more words

Don’t reinvent the wheel

Way back when I used to take Microsoft certification exams there were often questions of the form “Perform task X with the minimum of administrative effort” Most, if nor all, of the possible answers would be correct but the correct answer was the one that achieved the goal with the minimum amount of work. 132 more words

Powershell

FileZilla on Windows is waaaay faster than WinSCP

Not sure why yet, but on a gigabit network between a Windows 2008 R2 Server and a Proxmox KVM machine, WinSCP gets around 10 megabit/second and… 14 more words

Development

Happy birthday: 20 Years of Windows Server

It’s hard to believe that 20 years ago, Microsoft introduced the first OS for the masses, democratizing IT platforms and tools to help IT build solutions that drive success. 994 more words

General

Translation Manager - BadCredentialException in Tridion

Wow, this one is quiet a master. Recently one of my friend had to migrate her CMS box from an existing Data Center to an… 898 more words

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