Posts Tagged ‘windows’

Configure an Authoritative Time Server in Windows Server 2008

Time synchronisation in modern internet networks is necessary, all computers need to get the time as many applications, from sending an email to storing information are reliant on the personal computer knowing when the event happened.

From Microsoft Windows Server 2000 onwards has a time synchronisation utility built into the operating system called  Windows Time Service which can be configured to operate as a NTP server.Windows Server 2008 can easily settle the system clock to use UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) by accessing an Internet source.

To accomplish this, the user just has to double click the clock on the desktop and adjust the settings in the Internet Time tab.It must be noticed all the same, that Microsoft and other operating system manufacturers strongly advise that external timing references should be used as Internet sources can not be authenticated. Read more

Bind the IP and MAC Addresses in Windows and Linux

To do arp binding Gateway in Windows.

1.Find the gateway address of local network segment, such as 192.168.1.1.

Cocuments and Settings>arp -a
Interface:192.168.1.5 --- 0x2
Internet Address Physical Address Type
192.168.1.1 00-01-02-03-04-05 dynamic

The gateway arp address is dynamic.

2.Write a batch file arpbinding.bat, which reads as follows.

@ echo off
arp-d
arp-s 192.168.1.1 00-11-22-33-44-55
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Let Your Windows XP Display Week in the Lower-Right Corner of Desktop

Let your Windows XP display week in the lower-right corner of desktop
      What day is it today? I am afraid this is  a question all of us usually have to ask.But in the Windows XP system, in order to know what today is the day of the week you must double-click to open the clock program .Just simple mouse hover over the clock above can not see the day. In fact, Windows XP supports display the week, and only needed a simple setting will be able to achieve this feature.

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Computer History:From Win95 to Win8! See the History of the File Management and Sharing

1.90s document management and sharing

In the course of development of Windows, file management has been run through, it's hard to lose after the Windows file manager can do? In fact ever since the day the birth of Windows, Microsoft has wasted with its perfect, if you link up with the results of these years, you will discover that change is really huge.

 

win951. Windows 95

Year: 1995

If you take the vision to see the then current Win95, you must be feeling a long time, "God! This is who I exhilaration of Win95?". Yes! There is no compelling appearance, not the directory tree, not a single window into the style, no-input the address bar, which is Win95, a God who is the same as that for the operating system. If I have traced, then the toolbar also some little shadow of a modern operating system. Indeed, so old!
Of course, file search, or some, or how to find necessary documents? But speed is not too much to wish for! Fortunately, the hard drive was very small, slowly can endure!
And an unexpected finding is that file sharing actually have in the subsequent 16 years has not changed much, Win95 sharing model pioneered in the Win7 now be used in the same, but only slightly enhanced functionality (such as shared access). Seems to Win95 had indeed created a lot of precedent.

win982. Windows 98

Year: 1998

In view of the window is not hand-Win95, Win98 began to significantly improve this feature. Address bar is one of the most obvious one change, the user can manually enter the address for the first time to quickly jump position, and with new "forward" and "back" and more quickly move between directories became smoothly together. Read more