Change IP Address and DNS Servers using the Command Prompt

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Changing the TCP/IP settings via the GUI interface is very easy and simple. But what about if you want to have more fun doing it and change the IP and […]

Windows 2003 Active Directory Setup:dcpromo

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Now that we have setup Windows Server 2003 on our virtual machine, patched it with SP2, installed an anti-virus and setup DNS, it is now time to setup Active Directory […]

VMware Server Web Access Default Username and Password

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Yesterday I setup a testing network using VMware server. I started by installing VMware server and as I realized that VMware uses the credentials from your Windows machine to login […]

Internet Connection Problems – Incorrect Proxy Server Settings

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Sometimes when troubleshooting Internet connection problems, we seem to try everything: from the most basic (is the cable still connected?) to the most advanced techniques (has someone hacked my router?). […]

Windows TCP/IP Utilities – Netstat, Tracert, IPconfig, NSlookup

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netstat: is a utility to display TCP/IP statistics and details about TCP/IP components and connections to a host. Netstat is useful to check what ports are open on your computer, […]