How to take ClamWin Free Antivirus with you on a USB pen drive, CD or DVD

Looking for free Open Source Antivirus for Windows? Download ClamWin Free Antivirusand get free virus scanning and free virus definition updates.ClamWin is a Free Antivirus program for Microsoft Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003 and Vista. Anti-virus software tends to be big and bloated, use plenty of RAM and system resources, and generally clog up your system. Worse is that increasingly, anti-virus makers make it difficult to buy(…)

How to restore the contents of the Default Domain and Default Domain Controller (DC) Group Policy Objects?

Restoring a domain controller through reinstallation is the same process as creating a new domain controller. It does not involve restoring from backup media. This method relies on Active Directory replication to restore a domain controller to a working state, and it is valid only if another healthy domain controller exists in the same domain. This method is normally used on computers that function only as a domain controller.

Understanding DAS,NAS and SAN.

While one type of storage media is usually sufficient for smaller companies, large enterprises will often have a mixed storage environment, implementing different mediums for specific departments, workgroups and remote offices. In this paper, we will provide an overview of DAS, NAS and SAN to help you determine which solution, or combination of solutions, will best help you achieve your business goals

How to Install and Configure pfSense – A free, open source firewall and router

pfSense is a free, open source customized distribution of FreeBSD tailored for use as a firewall and router. In addition to being a powerful, flexible firewalling and routing platform, it includes a long list of related features and a package system allowing further expandability without adding bloat and potential security vulnerabilities to the base distribution.(…)

How to configure Openswan – Openswan to Openswan connections (using RSASIG or PSK)

The network-to-network setup allows you to connect two office networks into one Virtual Private Network, while the Road Warrior connection secures a laptop’s telecommute to work. Our examples also show the basic procedure on the Linux Openswan side where another IPsec peer is in play.Shortcut to net-to-net.Shortcut to Road Warrior.

How to install Openswan – A VPN solution based on SSL

Openswan began as a fork of the now-defunct FreeS/WAN project, and continues to be released freely under the GNU General Public License. Unlike the FreeS/WAN project, it is not developed exclusively for the Linux operating system.

How to Transfer data between linux and nokia Nseries

So you have a phone with a camera and an mp3 player, and now you would like swap data between it and your linux computer. There are a couple of ways of going about it. These should work, or at least give you a good start on a lot of phones (not just the Nseries),(…)

How to Change the hostname or computer name in ubuntu

This is a really simple one, but can cause a lot of weeping and gnashing of teeth. You were given the default “ubuntu” hostname when you installed, and now you want something cooler that enhances your street cred. Heres how to change it: Edit /etc/hostname and change to the new value, you can use nano(…)

How to install dimdim on ubuntu linux

Dimdim is a cool new open source meeting service that lets you share your desktop, presentations, audio and video. Its also web based, and needs no installing. On top of all this, it works on Mac, Linux and even Windows! Its still alpha at the moment, but definately useable. Heres how to install it on(…)

How to Configure OpenVPN to run automatically on system startup

The lack of standards in this area means that most OSes have a different way of configuring daemons/services for autostart on boot. The best way to have this functionality configured by default is to install OpenVPN as a package, such as via RPM on Linux or using the Windows installer. Linux If you install OpenVPN(…)

How to Configure Redundant or Backup ISP Links with ASA/PIX 7.x

This document provides an example of how to use the static route tracking feature on the PIX 500 Series Security Appliance or the ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance in order to enable the device to use redundant or backup Internet connections. In this example, static route tracking allows the security appliance to use an(…)