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As you may know, Microsoft constantly releases new updates to tackle newly arising security threats and to improve the overall user experience. These updates are rolled out automatically which could be an inconvenience to some. These automatic updates could be disabled, however, in Windows 10 OS the process is a bit more complicated than it's predecessors. We strongly recommend keeping Windows updates enabled as you would otherwise not receive crucial security updates. Want to disable Windows AutoUpdates anyways? Here's how: Open run (press Windows key + R) and type services.msc, then...

PowerShell is a tool for system and network administrators with countless usages. One of them is the management of users and groups. throughout this tutorial, you will learn how to remove users or groups through PowerShell commands. Please keep in mind that this tutorial is written based on PowerShell 5.1 and should work with future releases. This version of PowerShell comes pre-installed on Windows 10+ and Windows Server 2016+.  Here are the commands you're going to be using for these tasks. Remove-LocalUser Remove-LocalGroupMember Remove-LocalGroup First. let us start with...

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Jun, 19

Apache is one of the most popular web server software, developed and maintained by Apache Software Foundation. It is based on Linux, however, due to its great functionality, users are also interested in getting it on Windows. You can use this tutorial to install Apache on all client and server versions of Windows except Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Click on the following link and download Apache web server for Windows: Windows Apache download Note: Apache will require C ++ Redistributable Visual Studio to run on Windows. If you do not have it installed on your system, download it...

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Jun, 19

What is JetBackup?

What is JetBackup? JetBackup is a leading backup solution for cPanel which allows you to backup your cPanel account quickly and efficiently through cPanel Remote or local incremental backups. This includes full account backups, files, emails, DNS zone, cronjobs, databases, and SSL certificates. Jet Backup also allows you to create account filters to include/exclude accounts by disk space, resellers, cPanel packages, etc. All of these features are wrapped up in an easily-navigatable user-friendly GUI. MonoVM has recently switched to JetBackup for its primary backup solution. What are some...

In order to install some applications on CentOS 7, we have to disable the network manager. Consider that we want to install cPanel, unless the network manager has been disabled, an error will occur at the first step of installation. Throughout this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to make this and other installations possible. First, log in to Centos using an SSH connection. Enter the following commands to stop network manager and remove it from Linux startup. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service Then enter the following...

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Jun, 19

Get-Help command is one of the most useful commands in PowerShell. It helps you to get to know all the commands and understand their structure. The following are some of the cool features that Microsoft has added to this command: Display the complete structure of the command View all parameters and switches of a command Multiple Allies which apply to a command Display sample of command for executing it To use Get-Help command for the first time, you have to enter this command once, so PowerShell can download commands help instructions and resources online. After entering this...

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Jun, 19

Last month, Microsoft announced that PowerShell 7 will be the next release of PowerShell. Recently, a blogpost was published by Steve Lee, the Principal Software Engineering Manager at PowerShell, which discloses details about the areas that will be investigated for the PowerShell 7 release. What is PowerShell? Most have heard of the Command Prompt, but majority are unaware that Windows comes with a way more powerful tool, the Windows PowerShell. In fact, it is intended to replace the Command Prompt, since it delivers more power and control over the Windows operating system. Windows...

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 were both great technological breakthroughs in the hosting fields, introducing new features which are essential for any modern system, such as a shift from 32-bit to 64-bit computing, advanced analytics and budding server virtualization technologies. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, including Microsoft’s support for these industry-forming server operating systems. As many know, misfortune never comes alone, so along with their Windows Server 2008 versions, Microsoft is also discontinuing support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008...

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May, 19

Linux servers are based on a command-line interface by default, however, some might want to use them with a visual interface. In these cases, we can install an application which provides a GUI (i.e. Graphical User Interface). One of such applications is named GNOME and you can follow the steps outlined below to get it on your machine. Please note: our Linux server is running Centos 7 and the following codes might vary for other distributions. At first, we should update the OS: Yum update -y After completion, install Gnome with the following command: sudo yum groupinstall -y "GNOME...

First of all, before we begin this tutorial and its configuration, we will introduce SFTP so that users who are not familiar with this file transfer protocol by SSH will have a better understanding of it. Introducing SFTP The SFTP, or the SSH File Transfer Protocol, is a file transfer protocol that is activated by default after installing Secure Shell on the Linux operating system. Using SFTP, you will be able to transfer or receive your files through a secure Linux tunnel. This protocol is often confused with the FTP protocol or its unsecured form, but it should be noted that this...