IIS FTP isolation mode enables you to have a separate directory per FTP user. For example if you had a dozen different users that all need access to your FTP server but you did not want them to see any directories but their own you could setup Isolation Mode. Isolation Mode supports users either on the local computer, […]
Run this command to find the installed version of Ubuntu. cat /etc/lsb-release You will get the following info. DISTRIB_ID=UbuntuDISTRIB_RELEASE=8.04DISTRIB_CODENAME=hardyDISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=”Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS” You could also use cat /etc/issue Which will display the version only: Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS n l
WhoisCL is a simple command-line utility that allows you to easily get information about a registered domain. It automatically connect to the right WHOIS server, according to the top-level domain name, and retrieve the WHOIS record of the domain. It supports both generic domains and country code domains. Runs on all Windows platforms (XP, Vista, Windows 7, 2000, […]
WhosIP is a simple command-line utility that allows you to easily find all available information about an IP address: The owner of the IP address, the country/state name, IP addresses range, contact information (address, phone, fax, and email), and more. Runs on any Windows operating system: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7, etc. Download WhosIP
How do we add email addresses to Public Folders? It should be pretty simple – If Get-Mailbox shows the emailaddresses property for a mailbox, and Set-Mailbox allows you to use the -EmailAddresses switch to add email addresses, one can’t be blamed for believing it’ll work the same way for Public Folders. Objects other than Public Folders need to […]
FTP File Transfer Protocol Syntax FTP [-options] [-s:filename] [-w:buffer] [host]key -s:filename Run a text file containing FTP commands. host Host name or IP address of the remote host. -g Disable filename wildcards. -n No auto-login. -i No interactive prompts during ftp. -v Hide remote server responses. -w:buffer Set buffer size to buffer (default=4096) -d Debug -a Use any […]
DNS server settings are found in /etc/resolv.conf. To edit use your favorite editor to open, personally I prefer nano. sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf Entries will look like nameserver <ip address>nameserver <ip address>nameserver <ip address> You should enter at least two known good DNS servers.
Quick and easy way to set timezone from command line in Windows 2003, XP and 2000. CONTROL.EXE TIMEDATE.CPL,,/Z Eastern Standard TimeCONTROL.EXE TIMEDATE.CPL,,/Z Central Standard TimeCONTROL.EXE TIMEDATE.CPL,,/Z Mountain Standard TimeCONTROL.EXE TIMEDATE.CPL,,/Z Pacific Standard Time These are a little longer but they do the same thing. RunDLL32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL timedate.cpl,,/Z Eastern Standard TimeRunDLL32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL timedate.cpl,,/Z Central Standard TimeRunDLL32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL timedate.cpl,,/Z Mountain […]