Deploy DHCP Services in Windows Server 2019

For this Demo, I’m using 2 Vmware Machines, which is my Previous DC Server (phuong.local), and Windows 7 Client. I will install DHCP Services in DC Server. Let get started… Let check the DC1 server Next, on the same server, open Server Manager and click Tools to confirm we have …

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Promote Windows Server 2019 to Domain Controller

As we all know, the AD DS database stores information on user identity, computers, groups, services, and resources. AD DS domain controllers also host the service that authenticates user and computer accounts when they log on to the domain. Because AD DS stores information about all of the objects in …

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How to manually add an update to WSUS?

Usually, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) will automatic syn all the latest update to itself after Microsoft release. For some reason, some updates are not available in your WSUS. It seems that the latest Update you are finding for has not been added to the WSUS channel. It may be …

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How to keep track your email with read receipts?

Have you wondered “Did the recipient read your email message or not”? From Outlook 2007 and later support for tracking read receipts. A read receipt confirms that your message was opened. e.g: Your message has delivery. Until the recipient opens your message then you will receive a notify message like “Your message …

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How to Clear Remote Desktop Connections History

Once established connection to a remote computer, an RDP Connection of the user that has logged in will be saved. Later this information is used and suggests user use the connection that he/she has used previously. This is a good and convenient to the end-user but unsafe from the security …

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3 Ways to Map a Network Drive to Your Computer

As a daily routine, you have ever try to use UNC path to access some files or folders on the network share. You may imagine that you have many UNC path to remember in your daily work, how can you remember it? Microsoft Windows has a good function to deal with …

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Hide Shared Folders From Those Who Do Not Have Permissions

By default, when a user opens some shared network folder, SMB displays a full list of files and folders on it (of course only if user have permission to access share). To hide the folder that user does not have permission and wish them only can see on their folder. …

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How to Sync Your Outlook Calendar to Google Calendar?

I will show you a useful tool for sync your Outlook and Google calendars securely, including meeting attendees, reminders, full description and more. See the description below. Functionality Supports all versions of Outlook from 2003 to 2016 64-bit! Installable and portable options – even runs from a USB thumb drive …

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