If you have been using a computer for any amount of time you have no doubt forgotten a Windows 7 password or two and have had to have it reset or recovered from you administrator at the office. With the increase of security on home computers Windows 7 now by default requires you to have […]
When you finish your Windows Server 2008 Installation and login for the first time you will get a window that pops up called “Initial Configuration Tasks”. It is a short list of all the options that Microsoft thinks you should use for a configuring windows server checklist. For old hands it isn’t that insightful but […]
If your reading this then chances are 100% your computer is hooked up to the Internet and more then likely has an IP address assigned to it. There are two ways that a TCP/IP address is assigned to a computer either Dynamically or manually with a Static method. These are outlined below:
The Google Pack contains all sorts of useful tools for the denizens of the net including the following:
I have seen this pop-up on a couple different forums and even though it is not IIS specific, it always seems that IIS catches the blame for it. The issue is that external clients have no problem connecting to a website that is hosted on an internal server, but clients on the internal LAN cannot […]
A common question I see on Twitter and on some forums is that out of the box users are not able to search for files very easily on Server 2008 because the indexing service is disabled by default. I am going to walk you through enabling the search features for files on the server. To […]
This video will walk you through the installation of IIS7 on a Windows Server 2008 box. IIS 7 provides the core services for hosting Web servers, Web applications, and Sharepoint services. It is a tremendous step forward from previous IIS versions and finally makes it a contender to Apache.