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Connecting to a Linux Cloud Server

Going from Windows to Linux Using PuTTY
Going from Mac to Linux using Terminal
Rescue Mode on Linux Cloud Servers
Linux Security

Checking a server’s SSH host fingerprint with the web...
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 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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File Transfers and File Sharing

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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 Server.   If you have more...
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- Getting Started -

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 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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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 Server.   If you have more...
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DNS

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In this article we are going to learn how to add a reverse DNS record (also known as a PTR record) to map your server's IP address to a domain name. The process is fairly simple so let's jump in and add our first reverse DNS...
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Have you just made DNS changes but aren't sure if they're correct? Don't want to wait for the changes to propagate before discovering a small typo?No problem. Using the common but often ignored command dig (domain information...
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Resizing

  Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring SnapshotsRackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved ImageRackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations   Back to the First 48 Guide PageOn to...
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Server Migration

  Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring SnapshotsRackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved ImageRackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations   Back to the First 48 Guide PageOn to...
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 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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High Availability - HA

 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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Load Balancing

 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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Control Panel Software

 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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Linux Tools

 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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Windows Tools

 This guide will show you how to add new Cloud Servers and Cloud Load Balancers to your account, as well as how to work with Cloud Files through the File Manager. Cloud ServersRackspace Cloud Essentials  - Creating a New Cloud...
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Server Images

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Windows Firewall

Creating an Inbound Predefined Allow Rule 1. Launch Windows Firewall with Advanced Security by clicking on Start > Administrative Tools > Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.2. Select Inbound Rules in the left pane and...
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Creating an Inbound Port Allow Rule 1. Launch Windows Firewall with Advanced Security by clicking on Start > Administrative Tools > Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.2. Select Inbound Rules in the left pane and click...
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