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How to Fix “Trust relationship has failed” Error

by File in: Windows

Hello and welcome to a new article on fixing stuff that’s not supposed to break in the first place! This time we are looking at a very old issue, since […]

How to Run Linux on Windows 10

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Linux users celebrated when it was reported that Bash shell was coming to Windows. And while it was not readily available to all users at first, the Windows 10 Creators […]

How to Enable Virtualization in Windows 10

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A virtual machine emulates a computer system so anyone can run different operating systems and programs. It works great for testing out new features without risking your current ecosystem. You […]

Defending Against Remote Desktop Protocol Attacks

by File in: Windows

As of Feb 5, 2019, shodan.io shows a total of 2,430,941 computers connected to the internet by way of remote desktop. Out of these, 507,957 belong to computers in the […]

Configure NGINX Reverse Proxy – Step by Step

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Hello and welcome to an article that focuses on installing and configuring NGINX as a reverse proxy. This is a technical oriented document so we won’t discuss the design and […]

Configure CentOS to Sync with NTP Time Servers

by File in: Linux

Welcome fellow admins. Over the years, I’ve encountered many questions on how to correctly configure our Linux hosts to sync time to our enterprise NTP Servers. So, I thought why […]

Setting Up A Microsoft Azure Files File Share

by File in: Microsoft Azure

In a previous post, we taught you how to set up an AWS S3 bucket for storing files. As it’s not the only enterprise-class cloud-based storage solution out there, we […]

How to Configure NIC Teaming on Windows Server

by File in: How-To

Hello and welcome to another useful article about Windows Server. In this article we will talk about NIC Teaming and how it has improved over time, especially with the new […]

How to Connect to a Windows EC2 Instance from Mac

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Previously, I wrote an article on how you can connect to a Linux EC2 instance using SSH via Terminal. In this article, we’re going to talk about connecting to a […]

How to SSH to a Linux EC2 Instance from Mac

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For quite some time now, Linux and its derivatives or distros have been the most widely used platform in the cloud. Since many of these Linux instances are headless, i.e. […]