I learn how to use the journal of every log entry that I have made. Then I learn
how to look at the apache and to stop and start apache. I learn how to use the status of the
Apache and look for the fail part. Finally, I learn how to use the GUI interface
I am going to describe the steps that you would use to troubleshoot your service
and they are: Is Apache Running?, Restarting Apache, Reloading Apache, Checking the
Logs, Enabling Verbose Logs, Checking Syntax, Checking Virtual Host Definitions,
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
The Baseline Analyzer is a very useful tool that can be used to find potential problems on a computer
system. This is very helpful for an IT administrator as it can and will locate any problems on a server or
Unit 1 Research
Provide answers to the following:
You have a network of computers connected through a router. As the network
administrator, you are assigned the task of providing DHCP service to the machines. How
would you go about providing such servi
BY RAY SAWYER
ENTERPRISE FIREWALL PROTECTION
Security Threat Protection
It Protects against threats that would allow outside access to a
server/client system by providing access to only specific data over the
network and res
Unit 3 Research
Windows Server 2012 remote access features and security
Some of the feature capabilities of remote access are VPN, direct access, and dial up networking.
These features allow user to work from remote locations by connection their client co
1: DDos. (Distributed Denial of Service attacks) is an attack on a networks choke point by
flooding it with incoming reques.
To reduce the risk of a DDos attack you can set up an anycast server or consult a managed DNS
provider that ca
Setting DHCP reservation
Screenshot of Mac Address from the client workstation
Set the Client reservation
Added reservation screenshot.
Screenshot of preferred IP on the client running Ipconfig release/renew after adding the IP reservation in
Chapter 13 End of chapter questions
1. B. Adjust the boot threshold on the DHCP relay agent interface for the remote network so
that the local server has enough time to respond.
2. B. Multilink enables the encryption of data between the client and the ser
You can use the Netsh command to create and manage DHCP scopes from the command line.
You can use the Netsh command
1. A- Address record Returns a 32-bit IPv4 address, most commonly used to map hostnames to an
IP address of the host
2. AAA- IPv6 address record Returns a 128-bit IPv6 address, most commonly used to map
hostnames to an IP address of the host.