Increase the security of your Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop

Using Windows Server 2012 for personal projects or for business usage, security should be a top priority when setting up your server’s operating system. But using these 2 simple steps, you can increase the security every time you connect to your server using the Remote Desktop Protocol.  Enhance security for remote sessions By default, Windows Server […]

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Integrating Google Analytics to your WordPress blog using cPanel

As a casual or full-time blogger, you certainly recognize the importance of tracking for your website. Tracking is in fact one of the most important tools for any website or blog, for assessing your performance, your reach and other important factors you wish to monitor. It’s hard to improve your marketing strategies if you’re missing […]

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How to use Apache to create temporary and permanent redirects for your website

The path to a strong, long-lasting online presence never did run smooth. Usually, it’s only after years of work that your business really starts growing and you feel like you’ve created a great reputation for your brand that not only attracts customers and makes them come back time and again.   But even after years […]

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Installing and configuring DHCP Server on CentOS

DHCP, which stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, is a standardized network protocol used on IP networks designed to dynamically distribute network configuration information, such as IP addresses for interfaces and services. A DHCP Server can be any server (Linux or Windows) used to distribute IP addresses automatically to the clients in the network. The […]

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