• windows-2008-scope-reservation
    windows 2008 server

    Windows 2008 DHCP Server with Scope and Reservation

    Windows 2008 DHCP Server with Scope and Reservation Welcome to  Windows Server 2008 series tutorial. In this article we will learn DHCP Server with Scope and reservation. It is very easy to configure DHCP server in Windows Server 2008. What is  DHCP Server? DHCP stand for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Network/Server/System Administrator design and implement DHCP server for…

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    Linux File links

    Linux file links Hi , welcome to linux file links tutorial.In this tutorial we are going to learn about hard links,symbolic links and inodes. Understanding Inodes in linux is very important for understanding linux file links. First we will discuss about inode contents, inode table and inode number, then we will discuss directories, creating and…

  • introduction-networking

    Introduction to Networking

    Welcome to our very first tutorial about computer networks. In this tutorial we will briefly define computer network. Why we need computer network? Brief history of computers and basic types of network. So are you ready to jump into computer networks? Let’s jump in Introduction A computer network is a group of connected communicating devices such…

  • Linux-password-aging

    How to use linux password expiry command chage

    User Password Aging Information Welcome guys with our new and exciting article. In this tutorial we will learn how to manage linux password expiry settings.  We are going to use commands  “chage” to manage settings. To change password at regular interval is one of good  security practices.But normal users/developers will not change password regularly or sometimes…

  • Linux-systemd

    Linux systemd and systemctl tutorial

    Linux systemd and systemctl tutorial Greeting guys, In this tutorial we will talk about linux systemd and how to use and manage it using systemctl. We will give brief introduction about systemd and its process id and will find using command pstree. Later in this tutorial we will see how to use systemctl commands to…