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  • configuration drift

    Configuration drift is a term to describe hardware or software infrastructure in an environment becoming different, or 'drifting.'

  • A few ways to configure Linux firewalld

    The method for configuring Linux servers' firewalls changed with RHEL 7 and other new distributions. Learn how to set up firewalld, and what to avoid.

  • How to configure Office 365 MFA

    Multifactor Authentication identifies an end user with more than one factor. Authentication is based on something you know, such as your password; something you have, such as a security token or smart card; or something that's a physical...

  • Improve VM performance with server memory configuration

    Memory technologies add flexibility, but aren’t appropriate for every workload in the data center. Find out which configurations are worth using.

  • Why zero client configuration is a snap

    If you're working with zero clients, you know that the clients themselves don't need any configuration, but the server does.

  • The best way to configure Alternate Login ID

    Learn the prerequisites and general configuration steps before using Alternate Login ID to speed up an Office 365 install.

  • Zero client configuration doesn't allow special snowflakes

    To get the best ROI, you should make sure that zero clients all have the same settings with as few exceptions as possible. If you have a lot of exceptions, the standard zero client configuration probably doesn't meet users' needs.

  • Configure Office 365 authentication with PowerShell

    Admins can use this step-by-step process to configure MFA with Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell.

  • Critical namespace configurations in Exchange Server 2013

    One of the main considerations when installing Exchange Server 2013 is the namespace configuration. The namespace is one of those things you need to get right the first time because it can be difficult or impossible to change later.


  • RAID 3 (redundant array of independent disks)

    RAID 3 is a RAID configuration that uses striping and parity, but it uses a parity disk to store the parity information generated by a RAID controller instead of striping it with the data.

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