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IT

Anything related to information technologies and information systems


NET SEND command

The NET SEND command is a tool that allows sending inline text messages over the network. NET SEND command is a very simple utility used to send short messages from one computer to another one.

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Server Net Commands

Server NET commands are used to create, delete, modify, configure, and manage computer resources as they relate to networking. Server NET commands can also be used to display information about shared or network related resources.

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NET SHARE command

NET SHARE is used to manage shared resources. NET SHARE creates, deletes, modifies, or displays shared resources. This command is used to make a resource available to clients.

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NET USE command

The NET USE command is used to associate a local drive letter or device name with a shared network drive or device. Most often, the NET USE command is used for network drive mapping.

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Terminal Services

Terminal Services is a component in Microsoft Windows that allows a user to access applications and data on a remote computer over a network. Terminal Services is a thin-client terminal server sort of computing environment developed by Microsoft.

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System error 85 has occured

The System error 85 has occurred or in full the System error 85 has occurred. The local device name is already in use. is one of Microsoft's error messages that is related to mapping network drives.  It is one of the error messages that can make your hair grow gray.

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What is a DLL Dynamically Linked Library?

A DLL Dynamically Linked Library is a Microsoft Windows file that contains functions, small programs, or routines designed to perform a specific class of operations that are common to many programs. These library files usually have a .dll extension.

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Unregister library DLL

When you uninstall a program from your operating system, the uninstall process usually takes care of all the application files deletion, removal, unregistration, and other handling. However, in many cases, the uninstall process uninstalls the application files but does not do anything for the libraries.

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Snap-in failed to initialize: Enterprise Manager

The Snap-in failed to initialize error message as associated with the Enterprise Manager is usually caused by orphaned registry keys. This message is usually associated with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and in some cases with Internet Information Services (IIS), but Enterprise Manager is also know to get plagued with it.

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Robots meta tags noindex nofollow

Robots meta tags are special species of meta tags. The robots tag tells an internet robot to perform or not perform certain operation on a page. That is, the robots meta tag can for example tell an incoming robot not to index the content of a page. The tag can also tell a robot whether is should scan the page for links to follow.

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