Friday, May 20, 2011

Install Active Directory Domain Services in pictures, Install Active Directory Domain Services  ,Windows Server 2008

Install Active Directory Domain Services in pictures, Install Active Directory Domain Services ,Windows Server 2008

Install Active Directory Domain Services in pictures, Install Active Directory Domain Services  ,Windows Server 2008


Since Windows 2000, Active Directory has been the driving force behind Microsoft Server Networking Services.
Active Directory provides the structure to centralize the network and store information about network resources across the entire domain. Active Directory uses Domain Controllers to keep this centralized storage available to network users.
In this scenario we are going to install Active Directory fresh with a brand new Domain Controller after a fresh install of Windows Server 2008.

Requirements for Active Directory Domain Services

Let’s go through some of the requirements for a fresh install of Active Directory Domain Services. Some of these will be required to be done before hand; others as noted can be done during the install:
  • Install Windows Server 2008
  • Configure TCP/IP and DNS networking configurations
  • The disk drives that store SYSVOL must be on a local drive configured NTFS
  • Active Directory requires DNS to be installed in the network. If it is not already installed you can specify DNS server to be installed during the Active Directory Domain Services installation.
Once you verify that these requirements have been met we can get started.


Thursday, May 19, 2011

Installing Distributed File System in Pictures, Install DFS Role on Windows server 2008,Windows Server 2008

Installing Distributed File System in Pictures, Install DFS Role on Windows server 2008,Windows Server 2008

Installing Distributed File System (DFS),Install DFS Role on Windows server 2008


DFS stands for Distributed File System and provides two very important benefits for system administrators of Wide Area Networks (WAN) with multiple sites that have a need to easily store, replicate, and find files across all locations.
The first is the benefit of being able to have one Namespace that all users can use, no matter what their location, to locate the files they share and use.

The second is a configurable automatic replication service that keeps files in sync across various locations to make sure that everyone is using the same version.
Let’s take a look at these two very important aspects of DFS.
DFS NameSpaces – Each namespace appears as a folder with subfolders underneath.
The trick to this is that those folders and files can be on any shared folder on any server in your network without the user having to do any complicated memorization of server and share names. This logical grouping of your shares will also make it easier for users at different sites to share files without resorting to emailing them back and forth.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Av.exe ,Remove AV.exe Virus ,Get an AV.exe Removal  ,get rid av.exe

Av.exe ,Remove AV.exe Virus ,Get an AV.exe Removal ,get rid av.exe



Av.exe ,Remove AV.exe Virus ,Get an AV.exe Removal  ,get rid av.exe


ave.exe is a variant of av.exe installed by the Trojan FakeRean. Just like av.exe, this variant also chooses randomly from a list of names each time it is installed. It has a list of names for all the current versions of Windows with a mathching fake Windows Security Center or a fake Windows Action Center.

So far I have seen the follwing names:
On Windows XP:
  • Antivirus XP
  • XP Smart Security
  • XP Smart Security 2010
  • XP Antimalware
  • XP Antimalware 2010
  • XP Security Tool
  • XP Security Tool 2010
  • XP Internet Security
  • XP Defender Pro
  • XP Security
On Windows Vista:
  • Vista Antimalware
  • Vista Security Tool 2010
  • Vista Smart Security
  • Vista Smart Security 2010
  • Total Vista Security
  • Vista Security
  • Vista Defender Pro
  • Vista Internet Security
On Windows 7:
  • Win 7 Defender
  • Win 7 Defender Pro
  • Total Win 7 Security
  • Win 7 Smart Security 2010
  • Win 7 Internet Security
  • Win 7 Security Tool
  • Win 7 Antimalware
  • Antispyware Win 7
  • Win 7 Security

 

Turn System Restore off and on

Turn System Restore off and on

Turn System Restore off and on

System Restore is a utility included in modern Windows operating systems starting from Windows Millennium edition. Installation of a software, driver or a Malware infection can make unexpected changes to the system files and cause Windows to behave in an unpredictable manner. System Restore regularly saves “restore points” on your computer, so that the system files can be restored to an earlier point in time. System Restore is not available for a disk that’s formatted using the FAT or FAT32 file systems.
System Restore saves information about Windows system files, programs, registry settings and other system information that Windows uses. They do not contain personal files, such as email, documents or photos.

Turn System Restore off or on Windows XP in pictures

Turn System Restore off or on Windows XP in pictures

Turn System Restore off or on Windows XP

System Restore is a utility included in modern Windows operating systems starting from Windows Millennium edition. Installation of a software, driver or a Malware infection can make unexpected changes to the system files and cause Windows to behave in an unpredictable manner. System Restore regularly saves “restore points” on your computer, so that the system files can be restored to an earlier point in time. System Restore is not available for a disk that’s formatted using the FAT or FAT32 file systems.
System Restore saves information about Windows system files, programs, registry settings and other system information that Windows uses. They do not contain personal files, such as email, documents or photos.

Turn System Restore off or on Windows Vista in pictures

Turn System Restore off or on Windows Vista in pictures

Turn System Restore off or on Windows Vista

System Restore is a utility included in modern Windows operating systems starting from Windows Millennium edition. Installation of a software, driver or a Malware infection can make unexpected changes to the system files and cause Windows to behave in an unpredictable manner. System Restore regularly saves “restore points” on your computer, so that the system files can be restored to an earlier point in time. System Restore is not available for a disk that’s formatted using the FAT or FAT32 file systems.
System Restore saves information about Windows system files, programs, registry settings and other system information that Windows uses. They do not contain personal files, such as email, documents or photos.

Turn System Restore on or off Windows 7 in pictures

Turn System Restore on or off Windows 7 in pictures

Turn System Restore on or off Windows 7

System Restore is a utility included in modern Windows operating systems starting from Windows Millennium edition. Installation of a software, driver or a Malware infection can make unexpected changes to the system files and cause Windows to behave in an unpredictable manner. System Restore regularly saves “restore points” on your computer, so that the system files can be restored to an earlier point in time. System Restore is not available for a disk that’s formatted using the FAT or FAT32 file systems.
System Restore saves information about Windows system files, programs, registry settings and other system information that Windows uses. They do not contain personal files, such as email, documents or photos.