Month: March 2012

Ceh v8

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I see alot of the people that visits my blog, are looking for information regarding Certified Ethical Hacker 8 ( ceh v8 ) I can see that so far not so much information has been released, except this Candidate Handbook. https://cert.eccouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/CEH-Candidate-Handbook-v1.6-13022012.pdf If you…

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Hyper-v 3 commands in powershell

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Hyper-v 3 brings alot new functionality on the field in their fight against vmware. Will this be enough to take on the battle with vmware? In case if you have SCVMM 2012 and Hyper-v3 the gaps are getting closer. . Some of the…

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Networking in Windows 8, part 3

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Now, in the last previous posts I’ve posted most of the new features related to Windows 8. At last I have some new features that I forgot that ill post here. Remote Desktop version 8 Not sure what enhancements this gives yet, except…

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Networking in windows 8, part 2

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In the first post, I went trough alot of the powershell commands avaliable in Windows 8, in this post ill write about whats new of features and such. Lets start with the obvious new features. NIC TEAMING ( Which I also went trough in…

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Networking i Windows 8

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This might be a long post. So ill try to split it up where I think it should. The post will cover whats new in networking in windows 8 including Hyper-V. Also how you can manage your network via powershell. In Windows 8…

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Xenapp webinterface default domain

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This is going to be a quick post, since I see from my site statistics that many that come ot this site is actually searching for this quick change. When a user logs onto a Xenapp webinterface (if its configued to) users have…

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Citrix service XML broker port

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When you install Citrix Xenapp with the default settings, the XML Service Broker will listen on port 80 by default. Usually this is the easiest way, since most ACLs/firewalls have port 80 open, but in case you want to change it, this is…

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Staying ahead of the Certification loop

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As an active certification taker, Its getting harder and harder to stay ahead of the new releases.Since many have an expiration date of 3 years, and some are just replaced with new versions. So far this year I’ve taken:CCA Xenapp 6.5 (Which I…

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How to Shut Down or Reboot Your Windows 8 PC

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yeah, you’re right, the title of this article should make you laugh, and with good reason: it should be easy to shut down your PC, right? Well, Windows 8 makes it a little more confusing. Here’s how to do it if you haven’t…

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Windows 8 terminal server setup

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So, Im guessing most have tried the windows 8 beta now ? 🙂 I am so far impressed with the new features that are implemented. Still things could change before the final release. I thought I would take a quick walk trough on…

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