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Rackspace Cloud Essentials 3 - Logging into a Windows server using RDP with Local Resources

This article shows you how to connect and log in to your Windows Cloud Server using the Remote Desktop (RDP) connection client.  It is also easy to use the drives and resources from your local Windows machine in your RDP session. Windows Versions The screenshots below show how to use RDP via Windows XP. ...

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Installing FTP in IIS on Windows Server

Installing IIS 6.0   Installing FTP on IIS 7.0 Please note that on Windows Server 2008 SP1 and SP2, you will ...

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Why can't I access my newly created FTP site on Windows Server?

This article addresses a known error with Windows Firewall when creating FTP sites in all versions of Windows Server 2008 Windows Firewall Settings If you are unable to access your newly created FTP site, this is most likely due to Windows Firewall settings. To fix this, run the following via the ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials 3 - Basic Cloud Server Security

a simple firewall using iptables  before it's safe to restart ssh using the new port. That's ...

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Common Windows Issues: Terminal Services Licenses

recently expired, causing the recent appearance of licensing errors.  Note:  In Windows Server 2003 R2 and 2008 this feature is named Terminal Services.  In Windows Server 2008 R2 this feature is named Remote ...

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Database as a Service Network Routes

added line(s) from your /etc/sysconfig/static-routes or /etc/network/interfaces file. Windows 1. Open ...

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Common Windows Issues: Mapped Printers Unreachable

Connections section of the right-hand pane, then select Properties .  In the window that pops up, click the Client Settings tab and make sure that the box next to Windows Printer is UNCHECKED (read: a check in ...

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Logging in to Your Server via RDP (Windows)

This article addresses how to connect and log in to your Windows Server using Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol. Windows and Mac Versions The screenshots below show how to use RDP via Windows XP. Different versions of Windows such as Vista and Windows 7 will vary slightly, however the operation of ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials 3 - Going from Windows to Linux using PuTTY

freely-available, and has a reliable reputation.   Windows Versions For the installation and screenshots shown below, we used Windows XP, Service Pack 2.  Different versions of Windows may have slightly different ...

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Logging in with a SSH Private Key on Windows

Introduction In this example, we’re going to demonstrate how to load a private key into PuTTY. You’ll need two pieces of software to complete this task: PuTTY – Client to for managing SSH sessions PuTTYgen – Tool for managing and creating SSH key pairs Bo ...

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VNC Install

http://martybugs.net/smoothwall/puttyvnc.cgi Contents 1 Install the Necessary Packages 1.1 Install Perl 1.2 Install X Windows 1.3 Install a Window Manager 1.3.1 KDE 1.3.2 GNOME 1.3.3 TWM 1.4 Install VNC Server 2 Configuration 2.1 Configure VNC ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Creating an FTP Site in IIS 7.0

If you are using a Windows server and you only need to upload a few small files from your local machine, you can copy them to your clip board and use Local Resources to paste them to your Windows Cloud ...

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SSH - Socks Proxy

session. We just added the -D switch, where 8080 is the TCP port. Windows When in Windows I prefer to use ...

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Logging into your server with RDP (Mac)

credentials. If this is the first time connecting to a new Windows Cloud Server, enter the username: ...

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Sharing your CD/DVD Drive with RDP (Mac)

and click the Select button. Your Drives window should look like this, or something similar: Press the ...

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Configuring a Terminal Services License Server

Licenses (CAL) A Client Access License (CAL) is required for each client requiring access to Windows Server ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials Guide 5 - Uploading Your Content

  Linux Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Installing vsftpd Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Configuring a user in vsftpd Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Ubuntu - Installing vsftpd Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) Windows Rackspace Cloud Essentials ...

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Securely Transfer Files With WinSCP

displays only remote files in a single window. It's generally easiest to start with the Commander ...

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Managing Your Server - Reset Your Server Password

Note: UK Cloud customers must use https://mycloud.rackspace.co.uk/ to access our New Cloud Control Panel. An extremely important aspect of managing your server is controlling the (Linux)  root  or (Windows)  Administrator  account password.  You can always reset it through the Rackspace Cloud Control ...

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Getting Started with openSUSE in the Cloud

/home/(USER NAME)/.ssh/authorized_keys Setting Up your Initial Firewall Before you restart any services and or sign out of the server make sure you have setup the SSH access through the firewall. The easiest way to ...

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