Good day friends!
I have searched the www for this question but what I saw is not what am looking for. I have asp.net website ready for hosting. But before I will published it, I want to test some of the functionalities on my own with various devices e.g mobile to see the performance and speed. How I intend to do the testing is through creation of my own web server using window 7 and IIS. Please help
I want to build a cluster, functions like an ordinary cluster takes in requests and distributes the load among the connected computers. How to I begin a project..How to code it, Basic instinct is to use a lower level language such as C, but that seems a lot of work, Even if I use C I don't know how to handle the networking part or connecting computers. How must I begin and the steps I must take for completion of the project.
Thanks in advance
I am using PC Helpware and VNC to connect remote desktops of client PC’s. I have set repeaters for that in my Web Server. I have set to ports say ‘X’ and ‘Y’ to Helpware and VNC respectively. Now the repeater ports are closing randomly.
I notice this problem when clients are unable to connect to the server. I don’t know why it is happening.
If I close and open the running repeater exe and then I can connect to clients without any problem.
I've setup a server I need to manage to allow RDP over the Internet. I would like to use this server to access and manage some of the other servers on my local network (ESXi 6.0 host). For some reason when I RDP over the Internet to my Win 2012 server I'm unable to putty from that server to other local servers.
I need to move a set of databases from a Windows 2008r2 server to a new Windows 2012 database server. I have looked at several articles but have not found the best one listing all of the complete steps in doing this the in a way that seems to have the complete process. Can someone direct me to a good article for me to follow in doing this?
I understand what your saying about it being very easy but the main issue is we are creating a 200Rr2 server from scratch and want to ensure everything is done right. This includes server setup, settings, etc.
Suppose you purchase a piece of server software and install it on a machine. Now, ideally I would like to tie it to the underlying machine, but it may not be a machine at all, it may be a VM.
Now, if you want to start up a second instance, I want to ensure that you are paying for that second instance.
Because of this, I need to find a way to distinguish them even though the underlying hardware may be the same.
I thought of using the PC name, but even that may be problematic because I can't be totally sure that *ALL* cloud vendors (hence, not just the VM vendors, but also their customers who, in turn, become sellers to my customers) will allow to change it.