On Debian and Ubuntu operating systems with a graphical user interface, the sleep (suspend) and hibernation modes are enabled by default.
Trust relationships between AD domains allow users from one domain to authenticate to another domain. Trusting relationships are most often configured when merging or migrating multiple organizations.
Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) allows you to deploy your own PKI infrastructure on a domain network and use it to issue and manage certificates. In this article, we will look at a typical Certification Authority (CA) deployment scenario: installing a root CA and subordinate enterprise AD CS on two Windows Server hosts, and configuring Group Policy to issue certificates in a domain.
The Active Directory Recycle Bin allows a domain administrator to restore any deleted object (user, computer, security group) in the AD domain. AD Recycle Bin is available in all versions of Active Directory starting with Windows Server 2008 R2. In this article, we will show how to enable the Active Directory Recycle Bin and restore a deleted user.
Windows lets you mount any shared (SMB) network folder located on a remote computer or server as a local drive. In this way, you can also connect a share on a NAS device or a USB drive that is connected to the network router. The mapped network folder is assigned a separate drive letter that can be accessed in File Explorer and file managers.
When you try to select a hard disk to install Windows 10/11, Windows Setup may display an error message:
If you have a large number of network printers connected to your Windows print server, you may find that the print queue gets stuck from time to time. A stuck job in the print queue prevents other documents from printing. In this case, you should try to remove the stuck print job or clear the print queue completely.
Rebooting a Linux device can happen for several reasons. This could be a normal restart of the operating system by the user, an automatic installation of updates, kernel panics, physical hardware failures, software errors, or a power failure.
Systemd provides the systemd-networkd service that can be used to configure network settings on a Linux machine. In this article, we will look at how to use systemd-networkd to configure a network on Debian/Ubuntu distro as an example.
By default, regardless of the time zone settings on the host machine, Docker containers use UTC as the time zone.