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Windows Server 2008: install software through Active Directory's group policy
 
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This is a video about how to install software through group policy. I install Firefox 3.0 through a MSI (Microsoft Installer Package) that is accessible through a local share. To do this it requires a GPO (group policy object) be applied on the domain (Server with active directory). You may assign the program to specific users or computers so that it will be installed. You can also publish the software so that the user may decide to install the software. You can do this on Server 2008 domain controller and Windows 7, but it also available for 2003, 2000, XP, or Vista. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 268248 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: create group policy for Active Directory
 
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How to create a GPO (group policy object) on a server 2008 domain controller. I create them, link them to an OU (organizational unit) and show how to find what settings are affected by it. It's one of the many features of active directory that controls your user's environment. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 494970 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: create an Active Directory Domain Controller
 
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This is a video on how to promote your Windows Server 2008 to a domain controller. A domain controller contains a single sign on for all Windows machines that are able to join a Windows domain (active directory). This allows single sign on for any Windows machine, Exchange email account, or many of the other wonderful services that Microsoft offers. It's also part of why they are so popular in an office environment. It also enables a service called Group Policy which I hope to cover in later videos. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 226272 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: Active Directory's delegation of control wizard
 
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This is a quick video about the delegation of control wizard. the DOCW allows you to assign very specific management functions to a group in active directory. You may use that to give disable/enable account permissions to a particular user. Or reset password permissions. Or make them able to create groups but not delete them. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 49108 Chris Walker
Learn HTML code: span
 
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Learn to use the span tag in HTML http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 37339 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: create dns records
 
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This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently install DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS) shows how to manually create DNS records. The types of records are A and AAAA records for normal lookups in a IPv4 or IPv6 environment. (Glue record) PTR records for a reverse lookup zone. This is the opposite of DNS. It's IP Address mapping to DNS name. MX records for mail exchanger CNAME for canonical name records. These resolve one name to another name. It's like a nickname for machines. NS records to specify other name servers. SOA records to identify the server in charge of the domain. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 88953 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: scavenge old dns records
 
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This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS), shows how to scavenge old DNS records in the console. As DNS records become no longer relevant, there needs to be a way to delete them from the domain controller. This video shows how to set up the process automatically. This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 23419 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: reverse lookup zone
 
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This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently install DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS) shows how to create a reverse lookup zone. Forward lookup zones resolve fully qualified domain names (FQDN) to IP Addresses. Reverse lookup zones translate IP Addresses into FQDNs. Some applications require this and sometimes this is used to prevent spoofing. It is also possible to automatically create the reverse lookup zone records (PTR) when you create the glue records (A and AAAA). Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 41632 Chris Walker
Samba: share Linux Folders with your windows machines
 
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This is a video on how to share Linux Folders with your Windows machines. I use a program called Samba to share the folders so that they are surfable in a NetBios (network neighborhood) fashion. This is a command line video however if you have Webmin installed on your server you can also configure it in a similar fashion using a web interface. You can also try tweaking the config file for Samba to better suit your needs. This is a very simple setup. The commands are... sudo apt-get install samba cd / sudo mkdir realname sudo chown techno:techno realname ls -l sudo smbpasswd -a techno sudo vim /etc/samba/smb.conf [sharedname] path = /realname available = yes valid users = techno read only = no browsable = yes public = yes writable = yes sudo /etc/init.d/samba restart ifconfig cd sharename ls -l Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 125994 Chris Walker
FOG project: image upload
 
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This is a video about how to upload an image from your windows 7 machine to the fog server. The client machine must be PXE boot compliant. This allows you to create a copy of windows and back it up. Then it may be restored to the one or many machines. FOG Project (http://fogproject.org) is a free imaging solution. To make a disk image for a computer is to copy it's hard drive while it is in a working state. Then if the computer should fail, you can always restore the operating system to a previously working version. If the hardware fails, this does not help! This saves a lot of work if you need to install Windows on many machines also built exactly the same. It works very well in a corporate environment when a volume license key (VLK) is used. It is comparable to other imaging software. It runs on Linux (Ubuntu or Fedora) and images Windows machines like a charm. You must remember to setup the appropriate scope options and the whole server is managed through a web page. FOG is free to download, but they also offer classes if you are near Springfield, IL. Providing training Videos since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for Watching!
Views: 28116 Chris Walker
Learn HTML Code: iframe
 
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How to insert an iframe into an HTML page. An iframe is a way of embedding a webpage into another web page. I show how to adjust the size, width, and height on the iframe. www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing Training Videos Since Last Tuesday www.technoblogical.com Thanks For Watching!
Views: 48623 Chris Walker
Windows 7: reset tcp/ip and winsock
 
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TCP/IP is a set of protocols used to access the Internet and other networks. It is possible for the Windows software that deals with TCP/IP to become corrupt. This video uses Windows 7, but these commands work on Microsoft Windows Vista, XP, 2000, Windows Server 2003 and 2008. This video resets both the TCP/IP stack and winsock. The commands I use are: netsh int ip reset netsh winsock show catalog netsh winsock reset Providing training Videos since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for Watching!
Views: 172573 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: DHCP Reservation
 
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DHCP reservations are used similar to static IP Addresses. The DHCP server is programmed that when a certain MAC address shows up, that MAC address is always assigned the same IP Address. The client is configured for DHCP configuration. This video is made using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7. DHCP is a networking protocol that allows computers and network devices to automatically receive IP Addresses so that they can communicate with each other Providing training Videos since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for Watching!
Views: 34632 Chris Walker
Learn HTML code: button
 
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Make a button with HTML http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 154082 Chris Walker
Windows command line networking: netstat
 
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This is a video on the netstat command available on many Microsoft Windows operating systems. Netstat will display network statistics. In doing so, it will also show all my current connections to the network and what they are doing. I use it to check for viruses, spyware, bots, or other horrible programs that may be making connections to the internet. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 136887 Chris Walker
simple linux commands part 5
 
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This is a video about simple linux commands that work on nearly every distribution of linux. This video is for people brand new to Linux Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 13036 Chris Walker
Windows 7: convert fat32 to ntfs
 
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This video shows how to convert a fat32 partition into NTFS file system. A limitation of the Fat32 file system is that it will not store files larger than 4 GB (Gigabytes). You need to use NTFS for that partition. However, if you simply re-format the partition, you lose all the data. If you convert it, you wouldn't have to move all your data off and then back onto your newly formatted partition. I do this using command line on Windows Vista, but the process works on Microsoft Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008. It also works on Windows 2000, xp, Vista and 7. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 116477 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: dns forwarders, root hints, and recursion
 
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This how-to video shows how DNS Forwarders, root hints, and recursion are modified in Microsoft Windows Server 2008. This tutorial works on Windows Server 2003 as well. It becomes such second nature to install DNS with Active Directory, we rarely think about it anymore. This video is to explain what some of the service settings do. DNS forwarders will forward DNS requests for a particular zone. Root hints will resolve DNS (domain name server) requests from the DNS servers that run the internet. Recursion allows a server to go and find the info that you need if that server is unable to resolve the request itself. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 27707 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: dns debugging and logging
 
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This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS), shows how to enable debugging and logging. This creates a file that can be used to log DNS events or troubleshoot your DNS server. We install DNS with Active Directory so often, that we forget that it is also a DNS server and that DNS comes with its own settings. These features are also available on Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 20098 Chris Walker
Windows command line networking: tracert
 
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the command tracert is an advanced ping. Ping will show how long it takes for another machine to respond. Tracert will show every stop along the way. It's very good for finding bottlenecks in your network since it reports back with times as well. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 113916 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: audit object access part a
 
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This is a video on how to audit object access on a Server 2008 domain controller (DC) and a client of the domain. I deny permission to a folder for a user and then view the record in the security log in event viewer. Remember that events are always recorded on the local machine. These type of events can be done on Microsoft Windows Server 2008, 2003, 2000, 7, XP, or Vista. They don't require active directory. If you are in a workgroup you'll need to set local group policy (GPO). Name of auditing - server 2008 defaults Audit Account Logon Events -successful and failed Triggered anytime you log into the domain. If the computer or user authenticates to the DC it's an account logon event. Audit Logon events - successful and failed Creates an event when you logon to a computer. You log into a domain, an event is recorded on the DC. You log in locally, the event is recorded on that machine. You access a folder, you authenticate to that machine and the event is recorded on that machine. Audit Account Management - successful only Audits events for creation, deletion, or modification of users, groups, computers, or passwords. Audit Directory Service Account - successful only Audits events specified on the security of objects in AD. Audit Policy Change - successful only Audits events that modify user rights. Audit Privilege use - none Not sure. Is this the Security setting in GPME? "audits the use of a privilege or user right." Audit System Events - sucess and failure Audits success, failure, or changes that affect they system or security log. Audit Process tracking - success Audits events such as program activation and process exit audit object access - success Audits access to objects such as files, folders, registry keys, and printers that have their access control list (ACL) or security tab. Requires enable options on those items as well Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 38537 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: create a Group Policy central store
 
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ADMX files are the files that dictate group policy options. the problem is that in large organizations ADMX files may not update simultaneously. Then when you go to Group Policy Management Console, you get the local ADMX files. To remedy this problem you can create a central store where all Group Policy options are stored. This is called, ironically enough, a Central Store. This is a feature available on a Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller (Active Directory installed). You can notice the when you edit the administrative templates on your server. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 19540 Chris Walker
linksys wireless router wrt110 setup part 3
 
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This video shows how to set up a Linksys wireless router. I'm using a model wrt110, but all Linksys routers are amazingly similar. Even if you don't have a Linksys router, you may learn enough to configure your own wireless router. I show the many options that Linksys routers can do such as NAT, DHCP, Port forwarding, DMZ, MAC filtration, etc. Mostly, I show you how to set it up and secure it. I ahow how to setup with with DSL and Cable. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 28870 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: Password Settings Object (PSO)
 
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A PSO is a password policy that is available in a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller. It is more granular than Active Directory group policy because it is applied to a particular user or group. Group Policy Objects (GPO) sre applied to an entire organizational unit (OU). You may try to apply several PSOs to a person, but one will take precedence. The one with the lowest number will be the policy applied. To use the features in this video, you must promote your domain to a Server 2008 level. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 20193 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: add Active Directory users
 
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Short, simple video on adding a user to active directory users and computers on Server 2008 Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 111804 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: active directory forest part 2
 
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This is a video on how to create an active directory forest. A forest is a DNS (Domain Name service) namespace that contains two or more domains. I create it so that the domains can communicate between each other and authenticate. I perform this on Server 2008 and promote it to a domain controller with DCPROMO. To share groups between domains, you must create universal security groups to place the groups or users from the other domain into. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 14854 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: group policy modeling wizard
 
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Group Policy Modeling Wizard is the "what if" of domain controllers. It lets you see what it would be like if you had this group, user, comput, OU all tied together. You can see what kind of group policy restrictions that they would have without having to change your group policy objects (GPO) to see it. It's available on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and 2003 domain controllers (active directory). You may also run it from from your client (2000, xp, vista, 7) with remote server administration tools or Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack (adminpak.msi). Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 22565 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: update software through group policy
 
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This is a video about how to update software through group policy. In the last video, I installed Firefox 3.0, in this video I upgrade to Firefox 3.5. I use a a Microsoft installer (MSI) package and a GPO (group policy object) in an active directory domain (requires domain controller) to do this. This operation may be performed on Server 2000, 2003, or 2008 and client operating systems of Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or 7. You may assign the program to specific users or computers so that it will be installed. You can also publish the software so that the user may decide to install the software. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 37385 Chris Walker
Active Directory: group policy precedence
 
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It's important to understand the sequence that group policy uses. I'm creating this video on Server 2008 domain controller, but it could've been done on server 2003 or 2000. Group policies affect all Microsoft operating systems. (2000, xp, vista, 7) ou=organizational unit gpo=group policy object requires a domain controller (active directory) Group Policy Precedence 1. Computer turns on 2. Local GPOs for the computer 3. Site GPOs for the computer 4. Domain GPOs for the computer 5. OU GPOs for the computer 6. Enforced GPOs for the computer 7. User logs in 8. Local GPOs for the user 9. Site GPOs for the user 10. Domain GPOs for the user 11. OU GPOs for the user 12. Enforced GPOs for the user Rule A user policies are more important than computer policies Rule B If a policy has Blocked Inheritance, it does not apply. Rule C Unless it is enforced. Then it does apply. (More than all others. Rule D Unless you deny read permissions to a user/computer for that GPO. Rule E You should never give a deny permission. Rule F Group policy loopback can make computer GPOs over rule User GPOs (computer configuration\policies\admin templates\system\group policy\user group policy loopback processing mode) Rule G Computer policies are updated every 90-120 minutes after the computer is turned on. User policies are updated every 90-120 minutes after the user logs in. Rule H Never get involved in a LAN war in Asia Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 41826 Chris Walker
linksys wireless router wrt110 setup part 5
 
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This video shows how to set up a Linksys wireless router. I'm using a model wrt110, but all Linksys routers are amazingly similar. Even if you don't have a Linksys router, you may learn enough to configure your own wireless router. I show the many options that Linksys routers can do such as NAT, DHCP, Port forwarding, DMZ, MAC filtration, etc. Mostly, I show you how to set it up and secure it. I ahow how to setup with with DSL and Cable. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 11708 Chris Walker
Learn HTML code: preformat text
 
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The Pre tag keeps text exactly the way you typed it in HTML. It respects all line breaks. It understands the spacing. It keeps text the way it exists in the HTML code. http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 6706 Chris Walker
Windows 7: Remote Assistance
 
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This is a video on how to use remote assistance. It's a program built into windows. Unlike remote desktop, it allows the person you are helping to see the screen at the same time. remote desktop will lock out local users. XP was the first version of windows to have remote assistance. Every version since has had a copy of remote assistance. It will incorporate with Microsoft email programs to make it easier or you can save it as a file and then use your own email program to send the file. & also has a feature called Easy Connect, but that doesn't always work. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 39781 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: dns zone types and replication
 
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This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS), shows the different zone types and replication. There are three different zone types. Primary Zone:This is for the domain controller in charge of the domain. This machine updates the records for the domain. Secondary zone: This machine merely hosts the domain. It does not update the zone. It receives all the updates, but can not update the zone. Stub zone: The machine that hosts a stub zone will have Start of Authority (SOA), name server (NS) records for another domain. That's all. It remembers who's in charge and who can answer queries against the domain. It's a low maintenance solution for DNS resolution of another domain. There are four types of replications Allow replication to all DNS servers on domain controllers in this forest. Allow replication to all DNS servers on domain controllers in this domain Allow replication to all domain controllers in this domain (Windows 2000 compatibility mode) Allow replication to all domain controllers specified in a specified directory partition. This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 36144 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: dns start of authority tab
 
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This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently install DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is on the DNS start of authority (SOA) tab in the DNS console. The features shown here are... Serial number: This is a version number of the zone: When servers check for updates this is the number they check. If the secondary's serial number is lower than the primary's serial number they begin a zone transfer. You can force replication by incrementing the number. Start of authority: the server that runs the domain Responsible person: receives messages about the domain Refresh interval: the frequency that secondary servers are to look for changes in the domain. Retry interval: Should a zone transfer fail, they must wait this amount of time to retry the transfer. Minimum TTL: This is the minimum time to live for records. This means that records given out are good for at least this long. TTL for this record: How long the records are good for. After this amount of time, records must be deleted. just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS), shows the start of authority tab in the DNS console. The features explained in are Serial number: It's like a version number of the the DNS zone. It specifies when changes have been made. If another server contacts the start of authority (SOA), and the secondary server has a lower number than the current number, it starts a zone transfer (update). Can be used to force zone transfers. Primary Server: This shows which server is the SOA in charge of the domain. Responsible Person: Receives messages about the domain. Refresh interval: How often servers should check in and update their records Retry interval: If a zone transfer fails, the server must wait this amount of time before requesting a new zone transfer. Expires after: Without updates, the records contained on other servers will be deleted at this time. Minimum TTL (time to live): A record is good for at least this amount of time. TTL for this record: The maximum amount of time a record is good for. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 14552 Chris Walker
simple linux commands part 2
 
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This is a video about simple linux commands that work on nearly every distribution of linux. This video is for people brand new to Linux Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 39486 Chris Walker
simple linux commands part 1
 
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This is a video about simple linux commands that work on nearly every distribution of linux. This video is for people brand new to Linux Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 79854 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: active directory forest part 1
 
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This is a video on how to create an active directory forest. A forest is a DNS (Domain Name service) namespace that contains two or more domains. I create it so that the domains can communicate between each other and authenticate. I perform this on Server 2008 and promote it to a domain controller with DCPROMO. To share groups between domains, you must create universal security groups to place the groups or users from the other domain into. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 24212 Chris Walker
block USB drive via local GPO
 
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this tutorial shows how to block USB drives by local group policy. This GPO setting was first available on Windows Vista. I perform this on Windows 7. Group Policy objects are only available to the professional and ultimate versions of Windows 7. These flash drives, also called thumb drives, pose a security threat to many businesses. They make it easy to remove sensitive data from the workplace. Providing training Videos since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for Watching!
Views: 74888 Chris Walker
Learn HTML code: blockquote
 
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Move a quote into a separate block of text. http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 6144 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: audit account logon events
 
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This is a video about auditing account logon events. It records successful and failed account log on events to a Microsoft Windows server 2008 domain. In an Active Directory environment, these events will be recorded to the domain controllers event viewer and must be viewed there. This feature is available on Server 2008, 2003, and 2000. You may also enact these policies on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or 7, if they are a member of the domain. If they are not members of a domain, you may record them locally, but remember they must be viewed locally. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 94210 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: add an Active Directory group
 
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Short, simple video on adding groups to active directory users and computers on Server 2008. Also describes how to properly use AGLP and nest groups in active directory. A ccount G lobal L ocal P ermissions Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 23238 Chris Walker
Windows command line networking: nbtstat
 
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nbtstat is a little used command in the windows world. It shows NetBIOS statistics. NetBIOS dates back to the day when no one used TCP/IP and DNS. It was Microsoft's method of getting machines to talk to each other. It's the equivalent of machines shouting out (broadcasting) names looking for each other. However, it is not routable. That means local network only. That also adds a security feature. If no one on the other network can use it for your network, then no one there can access your NetBIOS shared folders and printers. You may access NetBIOS machines with a WINS server. That is the NetBIOS equivalent of a DNS server. nbtstat is not that important of a command, but it still has it's occasional use. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 78647 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: redircmp, redirusr (secure Active Directory defaults)
 
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Modify some of the defaults on Active Directory for security's sake. AD will automatically store users and computers in containers and not in Org Units. That means no GPO. I show you how to redirect the default values for for accounts that are not pre-staged. Also there is an option (ms-ds-machineaccountquota) that lets anyone join 10 computers to the domain. I show how to change that to 0. commands used... dsadd ou "ou=lockdown,dc=my,dc=domain" redircmp.exe "ou=lockdown,dc=my,dc=domain" redirusr.exe "ou=lockdown,dc=my,dc=domain" Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 11316 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: install a RODC (read only domain controller)
 
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This is a video about how to install a Read Only Domain Controller (RODC). A RODC stores a copy of Active Directory in a branch office. It will cache authentication credentials in an effort to reduce WAN (wide area network) traffic or bandwidth. You may control who may approve or deny who may or may not cache their credentials (passwords) on the RODC. It is a feature available on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 only and requires a server 2003 functional domain. Any machine running Server 2003 must have a command (adprep /rodcPrep) run on them to prepare them for a domain or forest that contains a read only domain controller. Commands used: dcpromo d:\support\adprep\adprep /forestPrep d:\support\adprep\adprep /rodcPrep Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 50310 Chris Walker
Server 2008: Block hardware via group policy objects
 
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How to block USB with a GPO in a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory domain controller. http://www.technoblogical.com/windows-server-2008/ Providing training videos since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 66974 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: gpresult, command line gpo reports
 
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gpresult is a command line utility for active directory that will display the effects of group policy on a local or remote machine. You can use it to create reports on GPOs affecting users and computers. It's available for Server 2000, 2003, 2008, Microsoft, windows xp, vista, and 7. (Requires opening ports on firewall.) The group policy results reports will save as either HTML or XML documents showing the applied GPOs and which GPOs affect which settings in group policy. It's a toll that can be used in a workgroup or domain (active directory) commands used... gpresult /R gpresult /H Test.html gpresult /S DESKTOP101 /USER my\gandrews /H Test.html Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 36643 Chris Walker
CSS how to: background-clip
 
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Shows how to background can be fitted to different areas of the box model http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 4709 Chris Walker
Windows command line networking: ping
 
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This a video about the ping command available in in windows. It can be used to test network connectivity. You send a message to a remote host and then they send a message back that they received it. Sometimes, people will think that their internet is down, but they are still able to ping. That means that something has gone wrong with their browser. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 28241 Chris Walker
Windows Server 2008: enable wins lookups in dns
 
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This video also works on Server 2003. We so frequently install DNS with Active Directory, we forget that it is a full featured service on its own. This video is just one aspect of many features available from Windows DNS. This how-to video on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 domain name service (DNS). This shows how to modify your DNS server to perform WINS lookups. Server 2008 can not be a WINS server, but it can still use WINS. WINS servers are able to utilize NetBIOS across routers. NetBIOS is not routable. That means it is good for local networks only. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 18330 Chris Walker
Learn HTML Code: Article tag
 
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This is the Article Tag in HTML. It is a semantic code that defines where the article is on a page. It doesn't really do anything discernible. It is meant to be used by text reading software and search engines to define where the really important stuff is on the web page. http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
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