Monday, August 31, 2015
Click the 'Start' button in Windows and select the 'Run' option. Type in 'cmd' without the quotation marks to open the command line window.
Type in 'xe template-list name-label=[Name of Template] params=memory-static-max,recommendations' at the command line prompt. Press the 'Enter' key to determine the current maximum memory allowed for a template.
Note the value of the 'max' parameter in the screen output.
Type in 'xe template-param-set uuid=[UUID of Selected Template> memory-static-max=
Type in 'xe template-list name-label=[Name of Selected Template] params=memory-static-max,recommendations' at the command line prompt. Press the 'Enter' key to print the parameters of the modified XenServer template.
Go to the cPanel login webpage for your web hosting provider, then enter your username and password to log into your cPanel account. Click the 'Login' button to open the main cPanel window.
Click the 'Email Delivery Route' icon under the 'Mail' section on the main cPanel page.
Enter the email address that you want to find the IP SMTP address for, then click the 'Show Route' button. The resulting page will show all of the routing information about that email address, including the IP SMTP information.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Find the Host Name, FTP User Name and FTP Password you created when you opened your Go Daddy hosting account. You would have written this information down when you opened your account.
Open Dreamweaver. Go to 'Site' and then 'Manage Sites.'
Pick your website from the list given in the Manage Sites dialog box or click 'New' if you haven't started your website yet.
Choose 'Add New Server' when the setup window opens. Enter a name for your connection, something like 'Go Daddy' or your domain name would be easy to identify, but any name is OK.
Click 'FTP' from the connection menu and enter the FTP User Name and FTP Password you created with Go Daddy. Check the 'Save' box if you want Dreamweaver to remember your login information.
Type your domain name in the FTP box. Click the 'Test' button to confirm the connection. Leave any other fields blank or default unless you've set up special port or proxy settings in your home network or with Go Daddy.
Check 'Automatically upload files to server on save' if you want Dreamweaver to update your website every time you save a page.
Save the connection by clicking 'Save' and go to 'Edit,' then 'Preferences' in Windows. If you're using a Mac, click 'Dreamweaver' and then 'Preferences.'
Select your website from the list on the left and choose your upload settings. Establish whether the FTP connection will time out or terminate after a specified number of minutes. You can also set Dreamweaver to 'Prompt Before Moving Files on Server' and 'Save Files Before Putting.' Experiment until you find the settings that work for you.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Right click on an image that you wish to include in your post on SkyscraperCity.
Select 'Properties' if you are using Internet Explorer. Highlight the URL address in the Properties window of the image. Copy this URL by pressing 'CTRL' and 'C' or selecting 'Edit' and 'Copy' from the menu bar. Select 'Copy Image URL' if you are using Mozilla Firefox.
Open SkyscraperCity and log in to post.
Select the 'Post Image' icon. Paste the URL of the copied online image into the 'Post Image Icon' pop-up window. Press 'OK.' Type the rest of your post. Press 'Post' to post it.
Log in to your Go Daddy virtual server with an administrator username and password. Click the Windows 'Start' button on the host and type 'php.ini' in the search text box. Press 'Enter' to open a window with the PHP.INI file's folder location.
Right-click the file and select 'Open With.' Choose 'Notepad' to open the current PHP.INI data in the editor.
Press the 'Ctrl' and 'F' keys to open the 'Find' dialog box. Type 'php-imap.dll' and press 'Enter' to scroll directly to the PHP.INI IMAP line item.
Remove the semicolon at the beginning of the IMAP entry. Click 'Save' to save the changes to the file. Removing the semicolon removes the comment statement, so the IMAP service becomes active.
Highlight the project name in the 'Solution Explorer' in the Visual Studio workspace.
Click the 'Project' menu at the top of the window and select 'Properties.' This opens a window that lists project designer properties.
Click the 'Signing' tab.
Click the 'Create Test Certificate' button.
Enter a password for the certificate. This step is optional. If you do not enter a password, the certificate is created with no password encryption.
Confirm the password and click 'Ok.' If you entered a password in step 5, a window prompts you to confirm the password selection.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Double-click the BitDefender icon in the system tray to open the BitDefender Dashboard.
Click the 'Options' button at the top of the window and select 'Expert View.'
Click the 'Firewall' tab on the left side.
Click the 'Programs' tab at the top.
Click the 'Add Rule' button.
Click the 'Apply rule to all programs' radio button at the top of the window.
Click the 'Allow' radio button under 'Permission' near the bottom.
Click the 'Advanced' tab.
Type the port number that you want to open in the 'Port(s)' fields under 'Local Address' and 'Remote Address.'
Download and install the FireFTP FireFox add-on. (see Resources). Click 'Add to Firefox.' This will open the 'Software Installation' window. Click the 'Install Now' button. After it installs, close out and reopen FireFox.
Click 'Tools,' then click 'FireFTP in FireFox' to open the FireFTP program in the FireFox window.
Click on 'Create an account.' Enter your BlueHost FTP Web address, BlueHost FTP server in the 'Host' box and your user login and password for your BlueHost FTP server. Click 'OK.'
Click 'Connect.' FireFTP will connect to your Bluehost FTP server and present the files and folders on the right of the FireFTP screen.
Click 'Disconnect' to close out of the FTP connection when done.
Open FileZilla, click on the 'Edit' menu and then click 'Settings.'
Click on the plus symbol next to the 'Connection' section in the left side of the window.
Click on the 'FTP Proxy Settings' section and enter the IP address, port, username and password of your proxy server.
Click 'OK' to apply the settings and exit the Settings window. All future connections through FileZilla will use the proxy server you designated until you change the settings and erase the proxy server information.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Click 'Start,' then 'Run' and type 'cmd' in the box that appears.
Press enter. A command window will appear.
Type 'ping,' a space and then the name of your SMTP Server. For example, type 'ping smtp.server.com' and press 'Enter.' The window will then try to contact the SMTP server by the IP address. It will say, 'Pinging x.x.x.x with 32 bytes of data.' The 'x.x.x.x' will be the SMTP server's IP address.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Click the Windows 'Start' button and select 'Control Panel.' Double-click 'Administrative Tasks' and then click the 'Internet Information Services (IIS)' icon. This opens the configuration window.
Right-click the website you want to edit on the left side of the window pane. Select 'Properties' to open the configuration window for the website.
Click the 'Website' tab. In the section labeled 'Web Site Identification,' verify that the port enabled is '443'; 443 is the default number for SSL-secured sites.
Click the 'Advanced' button. In the window that opens, look in the section labeled 'Multiple SSL Identities for this Web Site.' If port 443 is not displayed, click the 'Add' button and enter 443 in the text box labeled 'SSL Port.' Click the 'OK' button.
Click the 'Directory Security' tab. Select a directory on the website and click the 'Edit' button. Check the box labeled 'Require Secure Channel (SSL).' Click the 'OK' button. SSL is now enabled on the server.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Upload the WAV file to your own server. Although you might want to stream a file that already exists online somewhere, doing so could cause the person hosting the file to lose “bandwidth” (the amount of data the hosting provider allows him to use each month) every time someone plays it. Login to your 'File Manager' and upload the file. Double click on the name of your file within the 'File Manager' to open it in a new tab or window.
Add an 'embed' code to the HTML of the webpage on which you wish to stream your WAV file. Hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'C' keys at the same time and copy the following code onto your computer's clipboard by highlighting it.
Paste the embed code into the HTML file for the page on which you plan to stream your wave. Double click on the file name—'index.html,' for example—in your 'File Manager' to open the HTML editor. Click your mouse wherever in the page—under the main 'Header' but before the 'Links' section, for example—and hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'V' keys at the same time to paste the embed code into the file.
Paste your WAV file's URL into the embed code. Navigate back to the tab where you opened your WAV file and click your mouse inside your browser's 'Address Bar.' Hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'C' keys at the same time to copy the file's URL and then tab back to your HTML file. Highlight the text file.wav and hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'V' keys at the same time to replace it with your file's URL.
Set whether or not you'd like your streaming WAV file to play automatically by adjusting the value after
'Autostart.' By default, the code you've inserted will begin playing the file as soon as someone visits your webpage. Replace 'true' with 'false' (all lowercase in any instance) to change this.
Save your HTML file and visit your webpage to listen to your streaming WAV file.
Click the 'Start' button and select 'Settings.'
Double click the 'Control Panel' icon.
Double click the 'Add/Remove Programs' icon. This opens a window that lists the currently installed software.
Click 'Add/Remove Windows Components.' This opens a screen with all the current internal operating system software.
Click 'Internet Information Services.' This opens the installation wizard.
Click the 'Next' button. The installation begins. It should take only take a few minutes to install IIS.
Click the 'Finish' button. This closes the wizard window.
Click the 'OK' button. This closes the 'Add/Remove Programs' window.
Log into Plesk. Scroll down and left click on the SSH Terminal. This will open the terminal in the browser window. Enter your FTP password and click OK.
Type in 'cd /usr/local/psa/admin/logs' then 'dir' then locate the file name of the error log and write it down. It will be slightly different for each version of Plesk.
Type 'rm filename.txt,' but replace filename.txt with the name of the error log. This will remove the error log from the server.
Friday, August 21, 2015
Look for the Web service on the local computer. If you have access to the machine that you wish to check for Web servers, look to see if a Web service is installed and running. If the computer is running Windows, click on the Control Panel and select Services. Windows runs Internet Information Services for its Web server. On a Unix/Linux box, make sure you are logged in as root and in a command window, type 'netstat -tap |grep LISTEN' and press 'Enter.' This will display all services running at the time, including HTTPD (HTTP daemon or service) used by Apache Web servers.
Type the IP address or DNS (Domain Name Service) name into a Web browser. If you know either identifying piece of information, you can type it into a Web browser. Note that the Web server needs to be running on the default port of 80 in order for this method to work. A port is how network services access a server. Typically, services have default ports on which they operate, with the default for Web services being port 80. Typing in the IP address of a server in a Web browser will work, but if the port has been manually changed to something other than port 80 (unless you know what port it is) this method won't work. To specify a port other than 80 via a Web browser, type the IP address and then follow it with :XXX with XXX being the port number. An example of this format is 22.214.171.124:2112 with the number following the colon being the port number.
Run a port scanner. As mentioned above, port 80 is the default port in which a Web server operates. If you don't want to go through ports 1 through 65,000 manually, you can run what's called a port scanner. This software will 'listen' to a server which you specify by IP address or DNS name and determine what services are running on what ports. This way, if someone has enabled a Web server on port 2112 or another port, the port scanner will detect it. This method is popular if you want to detect Web servers that you don't have physical access to.