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    How to Configure your Network Location in Windows 7

    In this video, Windows Server instructor Rick Trader demonstrated how to configure your network locations by using Windows 7. Rick also presented how to establish and configure network locations in Windows 10. You can watch this video on our Webinars Training website. How to Configure a Network Location in Windows 10. In a previous blog, Rick … Continue reading How to Configure your Network Location in Windows 7

    Using Microsoft Management Console to Access Remote Devices

    One of my students recently asked how to configure his system for occasional access to view Event Viewer on a remote system. While you can take the time to enable and configure either Remote Desktop or an Event Collection Subscription both of these options can be complex and require pre-planning and configuration on both systems. … Continue reading Using Microsoft Management Console to Access Remote Devices

    Here’s how you can make your own bootable Kali Linux installer on USB

    I use Kali Linux extensively when doing penetration testing and security assessments. Besides being fast, Kali Linux has pretty much every security tool I need built right in. On top of that, it’s free! Another benefit, the topic of a previous blog, is that Kali Linux is easily installed on and run from a USB … Continue reading Here’s how you can make your own bootable Kali Linux installer on USB

    Methods to Enable and Disable Remote Desktop Locally

    By default on a Windows Server Product Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is enabled, but Remote Desktop (RDP) is Disabled.  On workstation operating systems neither is enabled by default. For instructor-led Windows Server training, see our class schedule.  Enabling RDP locally. Method 1:  Graphical Interface By far the easiest way is to enable RDP through the … Continue reading Methods to Enable and Disable Remote Desktop Locally

    How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux

    I use Kali Linux extensively when doing penetration testing and security assessments. Besides being fast, Kali Linux has pretty much every security tool I need built right in. On top of that, it’s free! For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our course schedule. Another benefit, the topic of this blog, is that Kali Linux is … Continue reading How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux

    Control Panel Command Line Tools

    While looking up some modifications to command lines tools, specifically those associated with launching control panel applets, I came across a couple of comprehensive or well written websites.  I bookmarked then as future resources and believe you might find them useful as well. For instructor-led training, see our complete course schedule.  The first is a … Continue reading Control Panel Command Line Tools

    How to Display Hidden Devices and Driver in Windows 7

    Windows 7 is configured to make driver installation and management as smooth as possible. Most driver management and configuration is done with the Device Manager  application. Windows attempts to keep Device Manager clean and simple by hiding a number of core drivers and low-level devices that most users do not need to see. Advanced users … Continue reading How to Display Hidden Devices and Driver in Windows 7