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Showing posts from October, 2012

Why Google Chrome appear a lot in task manager even open only one tab?

One user asked me very strange question yesterday. He is not only talking to me. He showed me practically. He open and open task manager and show me multiple chrome.exe running that under process tab of task manager. Then he asked me same time Why??? It is cause his PC hang frequently that he asked me as another question. So, I smiled and tried to explain him. I just right click>Task Manager (Shift+Esc) on small place that make to open new tab on his Google Chrome. After that I showed him how many plug in, extension are running with Google Chrome and which one is using how many Memory and CPU on Google Chrome Task Manager Windows. Then, he accepted what is going on with his Google Chrome. This post is for you to answer when you encounter to answer the strange and unexpected question from user. May you all be happy. (Be knowledgeable, pass it on then)

Exchange Server 2010 for Newbies - 1

I'd like to share some basic knowledge for Exchange Server 2010 for newbies. Let's assume you completed installation Exchange Server 2010 that meet requirements . Your server must have five hard disk drive or five partitions as System, Mailbox Database Log 1, Mailbox Database Log 2, Mailbox Database 1 and Mailbox Database 2. ( You will need those later to study Mailbox & Mailbox Database mounting, unmounting and moving) OK. Now we will start create new mailbox database after Fresh Exchange Server 2010 installation done. - Go go Exchange management Console from Start Menu. Expand Microsoft Exchange On-Premises. Expand Organization Configuration. - Select Mailbox. Click New Mailbox Database in Action Pane. - Type Mailbox Database Name and Select Your Exchange Server for Server Name and Click OK. Then Click Next. - Point the Database Log and mailbox Database in Database file path and Log Folder Path to related Hard Disk or Partition. ( I recommend to

Fortigate guide for Begineer - 8

I'd like to show how to create and setup SSL VPN in Fortigate now. Below picture is the Configuration Setting that I'd like to use for SSL VPN. Before you begin, you need to make sure SSL VPN is enabled using the CLI command: config vpn ssl settings set sslvpn-enable enable end Create a firewall address for the email server. 1) To add the email server address, go to Firewall Objects > Address > Address, select Create New and enter the email server address: Address Name Email Server Type Subnet / IP Range Subnet / IP Range Interface Internal 2) Select OK. Create the SSL VPN portal and a bookmark for the email server that the user connects to after logging in. 1) Go to VPN > SSL > Config and for IP Pools select Edit and add Test VPN to the Selected table. 2) Go to VPN > SSL > Portal and select Create New to create the portal: Name Internal_company_sites_portal Applications HTTP/HTTPS