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How to change the host ID for Solaris 10 global/non-global zones and Solaris 8/9 containters.

December 16, 2009
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In Solaris 10 you cannot change the host ID of the server without doing some major hardware replacement. I will explain a workaround hack to change the hostid for Solaris 10 later in this article. Some applications will not run if you install them on a different server other than the one it was...
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How to install and initialize telnet on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora Core Linux.

May 28, 2009
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Telnet is a very old communication protocol, it is not secure because the password authentication is transmitted in clear text. SSH is a secure protocol and is the replacement for telnet. Red Hat recommends that you use SSH to connect to the server, which is why Telnet is disabled by default. This is why...
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How to remove the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification.

May 23, 2009
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I ran the windows update on my XP computer, it downloaded and installed KB905474. This instaled the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification on my Windows XP computer. Now eveyrtime after I reboot my computer the warning message keeps popping up in my screen asking me to check my license registration on line. I know I...
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Auditing Exchange Mailbox size, logon and logoff.

May 5, 2009
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The Exchange Systems Manager can be used to quickly determine basic auditing information for all mailboxes configured on the server. Open Exchange System Manager Go to Administrative Groups – First Administrative Group – Servers – Server_Name – First Storage Group – Mailbox Store – Mailboxes. This will display all the mailboxes, you can determine...
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Configuring NAT on the Cisco PIX or ASA firewalls.

April 30, 2009
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If you do not want to expose your server’s IP address to an external client you can use Network Address Tranalation (NAT) to hide it. For example if your servers IP address is 192.168.0.10 then you can publish it to an external client as 10.0.0.10. The reason you would do this is to enhance...
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