In cmd type C:\> assoc .xyz which program will open that .xyz file
The first thing you'll want to do is Start, Run, cmd.exe, then right click the window menu and choose properties. Try the following values for improvement:
Options | Command History | Buffer Size | 400
Options | Command History | Discard Old Duplicates | True
Options | Edit Options | QuickEdit Mode | True
Layout | Screen buffer size | Height | 900
Layout | Window size | Height | 40
To start the DirectX Diagnostic Tool: 1. Click Start, and then click Run.
In the Open box, type dxdiag and then click OK.
At a command prompt, type ipconfig /all and then press ENTER to display the IP address of your DNS server. If the IP address for your DNS server does not appear, you need contact your ISP.
Make changes in the hosts file in C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc
The Hosts file is looked at first before going out to the DNS (Domain Name Service) servers. you have to put the following on new lines at the end of hosts file:
Put shortcut to notepad.exe in SendTo folder. It is speed up work with different files like hosts, configuration files. Location of this folder is
C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\sendto.
Open it and create shortcut of notpad.exe
FTP is short for File Transfer Protocol. This is the protocol used for file transfer over the Internet.
XP home edition is made only for home purpose so we can’t use it as the client. And same rule apply on windows vista editions also.
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Backup.
If OS support then Select Drive ==> properties ==> back up now
Router is a device that is used to connect two different networks.
Start ==> Run ==> DCPROMO
Start==> Configure your server ==> add/Remove a Role
A central component of the Windows platform, Active Directory service provides the means to manage the identities and relationships that make up network environments.
Check the network cable it should be plugged
Check root partition it should be in NTFS
Check IP of server it should be configured statically
Configure ADS (for example it’s configured with xyz.com)
Log in form local administrator account
My Computer ==> Properties ==> Computer Name ==> Change
==>Domain ==>xyz.com ==> username Administrator (of xyz.com)
Password xxxxxxxxxxx (of admin of xyz.com)
Welcome to xyz.com ==> Restart the computer
Not every time but you are required a properly configured user account in domain controller security policy.
International standard organization
Open System Interconnection
Dynamic host configuration protocol
To configure it on Server
Configure your server ==>Add/Remove a role ==>DHCP server ==>complete the wizard
Start ==> Administrative tools ==> DHCP ==>New scope ==> Wizard
Now authorized this server and do activate it
Local area network ==> tcp/ip ==> obtain ip automatically
Obtain DNS automatically
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