Monthly Archives: April 2018

How to install JDK on Windows

This tutorial will show you how to install JDK on windows. The version of windows we are using is windows sever 2016 although the process should be much the same for all versions of windows. Step 1 Navigate to the … Continue reading

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How to Install VirtualBox guest additions on Windows

Subscribe to Darrenoneill.eu to get a free Linux Cheat Sheet!¬† This short tutorial will shows you how to install VirtualBox guest additions on Windows. Guest additions consist of device drivers and system applications that optimize the guest operating system for … Continue reading

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Java Keytool Tutorial: How to generate a Self-Signed cert using Java Key tool

The Java keytool allows your to generate certs that you can use with applications such as Tomcat. The below tutorial will show you how to generate a self signed cert that you can use with your applications. It starts from … Continue reading

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How to Disable Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration in Windows Server 2016

Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) is designed to protect a server from dangerous websites capable to infect system with malware. However it is extremely restrictive and can make many tasks extremely tedious. You can disable it by following the below … Continue reading

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How to statically assign DNS in CentOS 7

You can statically assign DNS in Centos 7. In this example we will assign Googles DNS, which is: 8.8.8.8 8.8.44 To begin we will first edit the our internet adaptor, do so run the command: sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-enpXXX in our … Continue reading

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How to disable root ssh logins on CentOS 7

If you have a server that’s available over a network it’s generally a good idea to disable root access over ssh. The reason for this, is that, scripts run attempting to access¬† your server and these scripts use the root … Continue reading

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