In this lab I will show you two methods of creating a bootable USB drive in Linux. The fast and easy way is as follows: Download the Operating System ISO file Plug in the USB drive Type: dd if=/path/to/the.iso of=/dev/usb_drive The proper way of doing this (takes longer) is as follows: Download and install unetbootin… Read more How to Create Bootable (Live) USB Drives
In this lab I will clear up some fundamental connectivity issues with respect to how the Network Administrator connects network equipment to establish Internet connection for an organization. All IP addresses used below are fictitious and are for lab purposes only. When my friend purchased a 17Mbps Up and 5 Mbps Down PPPoE Fiber DSL… Read more Clearing Up Some Internet Connectivity Issues
How to fix Exchange 2010 Management Console “Initialization failed” Error Launch the elevated Command Prompt, type iisreset. Now refresh the Exchange Management Console, you will no longer have that error showing. That’s it!
In this lab I will use Rufus 2.2.668 to create a bootable Windows 8.1 USB drive for installation. Launch Rufus 2.2.668, click the browse button to find the Windows 8.1 ISO image. After opening the ISO file, enter a label for the USB drive and click Start. Click OK to confirm that the USB drive… Read more How to Make a Windows 8.1 Bootable USB with Rufus
We are going to setup a new Hyper-V server with two Network Interfaces on it. The first one is used for the LAN and the second one is dedicated for the WAN network. 1/ Hyper-V Role Installation On the target Windows 2012 R2 Server, click the Server Manager icon in the Taskbar to launch… Read more How to Install Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 R2
On a Windows box (in this case I use Windows 10 but you can do this lab in Windows 7 or Windows 8), do the followings: Insert the Windows 10 DVD (H: drive in my case) Insert a USB stick (later G: drive in my case, after I format it) Launch the Command Prompt as… Read more How to Make A Windows 10 Bootable USB Drive