Snagless RJ45 Connectors – the Odd RequestSnagless RJ45 connectors are that odd request that my department makes from time to time. Why do you need RJ45 connectors anyway, it’s the invariable answer from supervisors, and the typical reminder: “You have […]
Large file transfer over VPN is a problem for many companies for a few reasons, transfer is unreliable, VPN traffic kills the Internet connection, and it is unproductive. This article will show you how to copy large files over VPN […]
Help, I lost My Pictures! If you lost or accidentally deleted your pictures and files, there are still great chances to recover them. As a computer geek, (I do this as a profession), I had to recover file many times. […]
Robocopy or Xcopy Which One to Use? These two command line file copy utilities seem to provide the same functions. However don’t be deceived by the number of options xcopy provides. It is just a as it is a poor […]
Centos Network Configuration – is very simple on a full installation. However, I downloaded the Centos’ “Minimal Install” cd and used yum to install various packages I needed. The simple way to do it if you have a standard installation […]
Scalix is now a mature email server, reliable and powerful, that can accommodate environments with thousands of users. Most of the tasks can be accomplished using the web interface, which is a nice and intuitive interface. However, not all the […]
You have problems on your network? Network is slow or it doesn’t work? Follow this Network troubleshooting Guide to find where the bottleneck is.
As a Windows System Administrator, when I compress files in Windows, I don’t always use the same method, because the scenarios are different. Here are a three compression methods and a batch script to automatically compress folders individually.
Slow Data Transfer is not Always caused by the Network Slow data transfers are sometimes caused by a slow computer. Determine if the computer is the reason by comparing the transfer speed with a different computer connected on the same […]
When only one computer on your network is slow it is easier to troubleshoot because the problem is isolated.