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How to Remove Existing User Profiles in Windows-based computer

This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem(…)

How to Disable User Profiles in Windows-based computer

To Disable User Profiles Restart the computer. At the Windows logon screen, click Cancel. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Passwords. On the User Profiles tab, click All users of this PC use the same preferences and desktop, and then click OK. When you are prompted to restart the computer, do so. Post By Gishore J Kallarackal (2,121(…)

How to Importing Shapes from Other Programs in Visio

Many files you import into Visio drawings as graphic or OLE objects are stored as Microsoft® Windows® metafiles, an exchange format used to store vector-based graphics. Raster-based graphics from BMP and DIB files are stored as bitmaps. You can edit both metafiles and bitmaps on the drawing page much like other shapes by moving, rotating,(…)

How to enable logging in Apache WebServer

For httpd server logging, W3C logging format is preferred, with the agent and referrer extensions in separate files. To enable logging, set the CustomLog fields in the httpd.conf files as follows: LogFormat “%h %l %u %t \”%r\” %s %b” common LogFormat “%{Referer}i-> %U” referer LogFormat “%{User-agent}I” agent CustomLog /path/to/audit/logs/access_log common CustomLog /path/to/audit/logs/referer_log referer CustomLog /path/to/audit/logs/agent_log(…)

How to Install and Configure Multi-Master Replication Manager for MySQL

How to Install and Configure MMM? This article has been refereed from mysql-mmm.org Installation Guide –  Multi-Master Replication Manager for MySQL This installation guide describes a installation of MMM 2 (without the MMM tools) based on Debian Lenny (5.0) A basic installation contains at least 2 database servers and 1 monitoring server. In this guide, I used(…)

How to Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) – Exchange Server 2010

Follow the instructions below to generate a CSR on Exchange Server 2010 . When you have completed generating your CSR, cut/copy and paste the certificate content into the CSR field on the SSL certificate-request page. Exchange Server 2010 requires a Multiple Domain (UCC) Certificate to run all services securely. To Generate your Certificate Signing Request(…)

How does the Solr slave replicate?

The master is totally unaware of the slaves. The slave continuously keeps polling the master (depending on the ‘pollInterval’ parameter) to check the current index version the master. If the slave finds out that the master has a newer version of the index it initiates a  The steps are as follows, Slave issues a filelist(…)

How to Display Interface States in Cisco Router

To view information about a particular interface, use the show interface command. The show interface command provides the following list of important information: Interface State (e.g. UP, DOWN, LOOPED) Protocol addresses Bandwidth Reliability and Load Encapsulation type Packet Rates Error Rates Signaling Status (i.e. DCD,DSR,DTR,RTS,CTS) The following is an example of a “show interface serial0″(…)

How to Display Software Version on the Cisco router

The show version command provides a lot of information in addition to the version of software that is running on the router. The following information can be collected with the show version command: Software Version – IOS software version (stored in flash) Bootstrap Version – Bootstrap version (stored in Boot ROM) System up-time – Time(…)

How to Display Configuration in Cisco IOS

To display the running-configuration, type the following command in privileged EXEC mode: Router#show running-config To display the startup-configuration that is stored in NVRAM, type the following command in privileged EXEC mode: Router#show startup-config The following is the show running-config output from the example used in the Router Configuration section. Current configuration: ! version 11.2 ! hostname(…)

How to Save Configuration in Cisco IOS

A Cisco IOS router stores configurations in two locations – RAM and NVRAM. The running configuration is stored in RAM and is used by the router during operation. Any configuration changes to the router are made to the running-configuration and take effect immediately after the command is entered. The startup-configuration is saved in NVRAM and(…)