Monthly Archives: February 2019

How to set up server 2019 on amazon web services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) have recently released Windows server 2019 on to AWS. This tutorial will show you how to set up windows server 2019 on AWS.

Step 1

First log into you aws account and then click Services and then EC2

Step 2

Next Click Launch Instance.


Step 3

Search for 2019 and then select the Windows Server 2019 Base.

Step 4

Select an instance size that suits your needs and then click next – Note you will be charged for larger instances.

Step 5

Click Next.

Step 6

Click Next again.

Step 7

Click Add Tag


Step 8

For Key type Name (make sure to use the a capital N) and for value enter the name you want for your instance. The Click next

Step 9

The click Review and Launch

Step 10 

Click Launch

Step 11

Choose to: Create a new key pair, give you key pair a name and then download the key pair. Then click Launch instances.

Step 12

Click your instance ID

Step 13

Wait till you see an instance State of running

Step 14

Then Right click you EC2 instance and select Get Windows Password

Step 15

Browse to where you downloaded your key and then click decrypt password.

The Copy your password to the clipboard

Step 16

Note your public IP in our case:

Step 17

Open up RDP and login to your instance using the public IP, the password you copied and the username administrator.

You will now be brought to you server 2019 EC2 instance on AWS.

A full video tutorial can be found here:

Notepad++ Tutorial How to find and replace in files.

When you are searching for a certain string in multiple files the last thing you want to do is to open each file individually and change each string one by one in each file. Notepad++ allows you to search and replace in multiple files are once.

Step 1

First open Notepad++ and press ctrl + F to open the find screen, then click find in files.

Step 2

In the screen that appears enter the string you want to find, the what you want to replace it with. Leave the filters as the default and then in directory enter the path where you want to implement the find and replace. When ready click Replace in files


Step 3

Click ok to allow the replace to take place.

You should then see a message that indicates how many occurrences were replaced.

A full video can be seen below: