Disk quota management provides a way of controlling the disk space available to users accessing the server and storing files. When a user exceeds their quota, then they can no longer add additional data. The File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) feature in Windows Server 2019 gives system administrators the ability to set the storage quota […]
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With a beautiful interface such as that of Windows 10, it’s quite easy to forget the marvels that come with the Windows command prompt (CMD) nifty tool. While the command prompt may appear mysterious and intimidating for some people, it’s easy to make the most of the tool. In this tutorial, you will learn some […]
Windows servers in most environments allow for two forms of installation: the Server Core and the Desktop Experience, also known as the Graphical User Interface (GUI). The main difference between the two installation options is that the Server Core does not have the GUI shell packages; the Server Core is simply the Windows Server Shell […]
File recovery refers to scanning a specific drive or folder and retrieving deleted files or entries located in the Master File Table (MFT). It can also be described as the process of recovering or retrieving data which has been accidentally or deliberately damaged or corrupted from an inoperable or malfunctioned hard drive. In this guide, […]
There are four main categories of innovative new features in Server 2019: Application platform, Hybrid cloud, Security, and Hyper-converged infrastructure
Imagine using a machine that never gets full because you know how to bypass or free up more space to hold more data. The NTFS compression feature can help you to manage the straightforward task of making your files smaller on storage media. The Windows 10 operating system, with its New Technology File System (NTFS) […]
The Windows operating system automatically removes “..”at the end of each file. So, what happens if we have a process that uses the name “file1..” to check the signature of Antivirus products? We can try to see what happens: Here are the files we have created above: Microsoft’s taskmgr Fake malware with the name “file..” […]
In the Windows Operating system, there are three types of links: Hard links Junction links Symbolic links A hard link creates a second directory entry to a file such that it can reference a file using more than one reference path. A symbolic link creates a new file altogether that references an already existing file. […]
This article illustrates how to hide the destination of directory junctions and thwart possible attacks.
This article describes how to create files that cannot be found using the “…” dots in Windows