In this article, we will show you how to install and run Minikube in Hyper-V on Windows Server 2019. Minikube is a simple environment for creating a single-node Kubernetes cluster. It is great for getting to know with Kubernetes environment, experimenting, and educating your employees.
Continue reading “Installing Minikube on Windows Server Hyper-V”
In this article, we’ll take a look at how to enable Remote Desktop access to Ubuntu Server using xRDP.
Continue reading “Installing xRDP (Remote Desktop) on Ubuntu Server”
In this tutorial, we will show you how to upgrade PHP to version 7.4 on a web server with Nginx and php-fpm (based on Ubuntu or Debian Linux). PHP 7.4 contains a large number of updates to improve the stability, security, and performance of your web server and is highly recommended to use.
Continue reading “Upgrading PHP Version on NGINX with PHP-FPM”
VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a widely used protocol for remotely accessing a computer’s desktop. VNC is a cross-platform alternative to Microsoft’s RDP protocol. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use VNC to remotely access the desktop of an Ubuntu Linux host over the network.
Continue reading “Enable Remote Desktop Access to Ubuntu via VNC”
After you have joined the Windows device to an Active Directory domain, the login screen will automatically display the logon domain name. This logon domain name appears below the username and password fields.
Continue reading “Change the Default Logon Domain Name in Windows”
Netcat is a classic Unix tool that allows you to check open TCP and UDP ports on a remote computer. The netcat tool can be used on both Linux and Windows.
Continue reading “Netcat: Check if Remote TCP/UDP Ports are Open”
Active Directory has a special feature to protect against accidental deletion of directory objects (Organizational Units, users, groups, etc.). By default, the “Protect object from accidental deletion” option is enabled when creating new OUs.
Continue reading “Protecting Active Directory OUs from Accidental Deletion”