How to configure SFTP Server using OpenSSH on Windows Server 2016?
SFTP stands for SSH file transfer protocol or Secure File Transfer Protocol. This pacgage works over a secure connection and the advantage is the ability to leverage a secure connection to transfer files and traverse the filesystem on both local and remote system. The following steps shows how to setup SFTP using OpenSSH on Windows... Continue Reading
How to configure FTPS using Filezilla FTP Server?
FTPS is also known as FTP-SSL/FTP Secure is an addition to the File Transfer Protocol that adds support for the Transport Layer Security (TLS). FTPS authenticates the connection using User ID and password, a certificate of both. When connecting to an FTPS server, the FTPS client checks the server’s certificate is trusted. The following steps... Continue Reading
How to reset Active Directory User Password in Microsoft Management Console, Command Line and PowerShell?
Network Administrators centrally manage user accounts and other resources through Active Directory. Single username and password can be used to login to any computer on the active directory domain. If users forget their password, network administrators can reset it from the Active Directory Users Management console. In order to reset the password in the Active... Continue Reading
How to Install and Configure LAPS?
Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) is a Microsoft product that manages the local account passwords of domain joined computers. Passwords are stored in Active Directory (AD) and protected by ACL. How to implement LAPS Step 1: Add Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) Role Step 2: Add one client computer to the domain Step 3: Download... Continue Reading
How to enable SSL on a WAMP Server?
Websites in development environment that uses a WAMP server sometimes requires https to be available for further development of the application/websites. To enable https on the development server, we need to enable SSL manually. The following steps are to enable SSL on a WAMP server – Step 1: Download and Install OpenSSL on the server.... Continue Reading