You have installed Windows Server 2008 R2, you have installed the application you want to make available to multiple endpoints on your LAN (Local Area Network), and you have even created your Share on the […]
When angular and angular-mocks to not agree, go ahead and make sure they are of the same version. Otherwise, your tests will be testing to you.
You just completed the installation of your new server. You now have a router in place, probably one of Dell’s SonicWall firewall routers or maybe a TP-Link router. But then you realize that you would […]
If you are a server administrator who does or does not use Active Directory Directory Services, you probably have had this “situation” before: it was still 9AM, the day was barely started when one of the […]
Microsoft Windows comes with some interesting features to help manage how computer resources are shared among users using Remote Desktop Services. I first came across this feature on Windows Server 2012 R2 when I noticed that […]
It happens sometimes that your favorite antivirus locks up your files every time your backup engine tries to access them for, well, backup. You may want to contact customer support for your specific antivirus. In my case, […]