How to Install Plesk on Windows Server 2012

Verified and Tested 7/16/2016 Introduction Plesk is a commercial web hosting platform released under Plesk Inc. Plesk is a cross-platform control panel compatible with both Windows and Linux operating systems. In this article, we will be going over how to install Plesk on your Windows 2012 server. Prerequisites A Server with Windows Server 2012. If […]

How to Install Your Own FTP Server

Introduction If you’re interested in learning about networking, or if you have files that you would like to share with the world at large, then at some point you’re probably going to want to get an FTP server running on a machine. There is a vast array of options for a server, depending on what […]

How to Prevent Faulty Microsoft SUSE Virtio Driver from Causing Your Windows Server 2012 & 2008 VM To Fail To Boot

As part of the group of patches Microsoft rolled out with their Patch Tuesday offerings from 8 December 2015, there is one optional update to the SUSE Block Driver that is causing booting issues (i.e., blue screens of death, or BSODs) for virtual machines that install it. Until Microsoft offers a fix for this faulty […]

How To Upload Files with FileZilla

Introduction FileZilla is a very popular FTP client that has been around since 2001. Uploading and downloading large batches of files couldn’t be made any easier than by using an FTP client like FileZilla. Prerequisites – an FTP server that you have valid credentials to. If you need assistance setting up an FTP server, check […]

How to Install hMailServer MTA on Windows

Verified and Tested 09/18/15 Introduction HMailserver is a free software that will allow you handle e-mail delivery. MTA, mail transfer agent, is just another name for this process. Since Windows Server 2003, there have not been roles or feature included with the Windows Server operating system to host an MTA, so if you’re looking to […]

How to: An Introduction To Using Git

Introduction Git is a version-control system. It allows many files to be maintained, changed, backed up, and shared while automatically keeping records of all previous versions. These file types include, but are not limited to: code files, documents, contracts, HTML and CSS files, and more. Anything that is text-based is usable with Git.

How to Configure Logging in IIS Windows Server 2012

Verified and Tested 08/11/2015 Introduction In this How-To, we will walk you through to Configure Logging in IIS Windows Server 2012. This feature is set up to store data HTTP request and errors from your website(s) and of your Web Server. Configuring this feature will make your site troubleshooting much easier because you will have […]

How to Configure DNS in Windows Server 2012

Verified and Tested 03/18/2015 Introduction Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that translates a Domain name to the IP address that is associated with it over the World Wide Web. Once the DNS Server role is installed, it needs to be configured for your domain. In this how-to, we will walk you through Configuring […]

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