Bacula is a popular, robust and open source backup solution. Learn the basics of Bacula configuration with our simple guide.
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Bacula is a well-maintained, open source backup solution. This week: learn the basics of Bacula setup and configuration.
Best of ENP: If you're running Windows DNS on your network, here's what you need to know to secure it against some common threats. Grab the aspirin and pull up a seat.
There's a lot to consider when you decide to deploy DNS with Windows network. This overview will get you started, and next week we'll look at securing your setup.
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Part Two: Making the move from Windows to Unix involves a few changes. Here's the second part of a diary from someone making that move.
Making the move from Windows to Unix involves a few changes. Here's a diary from someone making the move.
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Authentication and authorization in Windows-based distributed application environments are key to running a tight ship. Here's what you need to know.
With the Microsoft Cluster Service you can build powerful clusters. All you need is some advance preparation and this quick-start guide.
The Windows Server 2003 R2 beta will have to tide everyone over until Longhorn's launch. Here's our look at the beta, and what's in it for you.
You can save yourself some time with our quick guide to burning a custom Windows 2003 Server install CD with Service Pack 1 slipstreamed in.
Pioneers, the saying goes, are the ones with the arrows in their backs. We took a few arrows on the way to installing Windows Server 2003 SP1, so now it's time for you to hitch your wagon and head out, too.