Active Directory – Recycle Bin Feature

If an object has been deleted in your Active Directory, and you want it recovered, there are a number of things you can do. Simply put, ADRB allows you to recover objects immediately, without the need to use your System State backups, latent sites, or 3rd party add-ons. Read More …

SQL Server – Creating linked server in SQL Server Management Studio

In SQL Server environments the linked server functionality is commonly used to connect to another (remote) database or file (Xls, CVX) using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and access and use the remote data and objects. Read More …

SQL Server – Performance Best Practices

Talking about SQL Server optimization, query tuning is often the fastest way to accelerate SQL Server performance. Most often system-level Read More …

Windows 10 – Hide specific User Accounts from the Logon Screen

When you have too many people using your PC, or you want to keep an account secret, use this guide to hide user accounts from the Windows 10 sign-in screen. You can do this using Windows Registry. Read More …

Hibernation file issues in Windows 7/8

With the advent of advanced power settings in Windows 7, the Windows hibernation file (hiberfil.sys) is more commonly present on Read More …

Difference between SAS, Near Line (NL) SAS, and SATA

Word PDF XPS XML Send Us a Sign! (Contact Us!) Show More Info This article has total words. (Including header) Read More …

How to create Hard-links and Soft-links in Linux

You’re probably familiar with shortcuts in Microsoft Windows or aliases on the Mac. Linux has something, or actually some things Read More …