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How To Change Windows VPS Password

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Feb, 18

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to change the Administrator password in Windows Server 2003, 2008 R2 or 2012. Luckily the process is the same in all mentioned versions more or less. Whenever you need to change your server administrator password you can do it by following the steps below. To change your Server Administrator Password in Windows Server 2012, follow these steps: Log into your server via Remote Desktop . Press your Windows key  and type Administrative...

How to Enable Copy / Paste on Windows VPS

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Feb, 18

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In this guide, you will be able to enable the copy paste feature of Windows VPS. You must enable this feature on both client Remote Desktop Connection utility and Windows VPS. How to Enable Copy / Paste on Windows VPS A) Enabling this feature in Remote Desktop Client To check whether the feature is enabled in the Remote Desktop Client, follow the steps below: Step 1: Open Remote Desktop application from your local Windows computer and click on options as you can see in the following...

Install IIS on Windows 2016

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Jan, 18

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IIS is a web server that can be installed on Windows servers as a Role. In this tutorial we will show you how to install IIS on Windows server 2016. After installing web server Role in Windows server 2016, you will be able to put your website or web application on it and serve in local network and Internet easily. IIS 10 on Windows server 2016 supports default web languages such as HTML, CSS along with Asp.net. In this tutorial we’re going to show you how to install the Internet...

USA RDP USA Windows RDP

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Mar, 15

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USA RDP - RDP Admin All of our USA RDP services are based on fully dedicated resources. Our main servers have 64 GB DDR3 ram, Dual Intel Xeon E5 2620 v2 cpu, 4 TB Storage hard drive and there is no overselling on any of our servers. Our USA RDP server is located in Delaware - USA 1Gbits servers are connected to gigabytes ports with unmetered bandwidth, it means you can upload or download as much as you want on fantastic internet ports with 1GBPS Unlimited speed. When you receive your service...