For anyone managing a website on a cPanel server, the cPanel log is an invaluable resource. This comprehensive log records all activity across your hosting account. Understanding what the log captures, how to access it, and most importantly—how to leverage it—will enable you to better manage your site. This article explores the ins and outs […]
Overview of .NET Framework .NET Framework includes the Common Language Runtime (CLR) for managing execution of .NET code, Base Class Library (BCL) for standard functionality, support for languages like C# and VB.NET that target CLR, managed code execution, and interoperability with native code. .NET Framework versions support developing and running applications ranging from Windows desktop […]
Remote desktop allows accessing a computer remotely over the internet. However, performance issues like lag can negatively impact user experience. Optimizing speed is crucial for remote workers. This guide covers improving remote desktop performances.
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) allows you to establish a secure connection to another network over the internet. By using a VPN, you can protect your online privacy and encrypt your internet traffic. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to connect to a VPN server from Windows using the L2TP (Layer […]
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to connect to a Windows Remote Desktop from an iPhone:
Whether you’re working from home, helping out a friend with their computer issues, or accessing your office computer while on the go, the ability to connect to a Windows remote desktop from your Mac can greatly enhance your productivity. In this article, we’ll guide you through the steps to establish a remote desktop connection between […]
What is Ping in Remote Desktop and Why Does it Matter? In order to ping a target device, special packets known as Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Requests are sent to the target device, followed by an ICMP Echo Reply packet from the target device. A network-connected device can be tested not only for […]
DNS is used to translate hostnames into IP addresses. When DNS servers are misconfigured, they can be used to conduct DDOS attacks. We recommend that all public DNS servers are configured to not permit recursive DNS queries. This configuration will still allow DNS for your domain names to work properly, but will prevent abuse.
What is DNS and how to change DNS? DNS name came from Domain Name System. The main function of DNS is translating domain name to IP.
From a Windows desktop The way a Windows server is accessed from a remote location is via an app called Remote Desktop. This app is already included in Windows 7, 8 and Windows 10, as well as any Windows Server edition. To easily find it, just click on the Windows button on the bottom left […]