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What is SSL? SSL Certificate Basics

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, an encryption technology that was originally created by Netscape in the 1990s. SSL is a standard security protocol for establishing encrypted links between a web server and a...

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DNS Record Types

The most common DNS record types are: A (Host address) – A record is used to resolve Name (www.future4tech.com) to IP Address ( It creates in Forward lookup zone. A record called as host...

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Conditionally perform a command.

IF will only parse numbers when one of (EQU, NEQ, LSS, LEQ, GTR, GEQ) is used.The == comparison operator always results in a string comparison. ERRORLEVEL There are two different methods of checking an...

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IPCONFIG – Windows CMD Command

Configure IP (Internet Protocol configuration)

If the Adapter name contains spaces, use quotes: “Adapter Name”Wildcard characters * and ? are allowed, see the examples below The default is to display only the IP...

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FOR /F – Windows CMD Command

Loop command: against a set of files – conditionally perform a command against each item.

FOR /F processing of a text file consists of reading the file, one line of text at a...

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XCOPY – Windows CMD Command

Copy files and/or directory trees to another folder. XCOPY is similar to the COPY command except that it has additional switches to specify both the source and destination in detail. While still included in...

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XCACLS.exe – Windows CMD Command

Display or modify Access Control Lists (ACLs) for files and folders. For Vista and greater use icacls.

FolderSpec is a permission applied to a folder. If FolderSpec is not specified then permission will apply to both files and folders.This...