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  1. You ask in general? Companies and organizations use WINDOWS SERVER for almost everything.
  2. Good morning to those who want to see with their own eyes what the WINDOWS SERVER 2022 operating system looks like, I created a video (in English) with an installation guide on VMWARE ESXI I want to emphasize, this is still a beta version of the video is only for impression and testing of what is new etc. Link to the video
  3. I want to try to simplify the answer for you: First of all - what you want to achieve is quite possible and even quite easily. What you need to do is this: on your router - you need to set up your "internet" connection as a DHCP connection in your specific case - whoever gives you a DHCP address will own the apartment from his router. Connect a cable from the Internet port on your router to the network outlet on the wall. The important thing to remember is that your internal network must not have the same range of addresses as your landlord's network. What this actually means: if you connect your computer with a cable directly to a wall outlet and you see that you get an address (for example) it means the server Of the landlord is a people network
  4. My recommendation as a professional network person, first of all - where you have the opportunity, always thread a network cable. Cable communication is dozens of times better than WIFI communication for many reasons, not just connection speed, there are lots of other parameters Cable is always better, faster, more reliable, independent of transmission power, independent of the number of devices calling at that moment, etc. This is about network cables. As for equipment, it could very well be that you are a non-technical person and the router that gives you your power is enough for you and does the job. In many cases this is really the case. Sometimes, if you are a little more technical, you may purchase equipment privately - and I highly recommend it.
  5. Hey friends. I hear more than once or twice from people here in forums and from people close to me, sentences like: "Yes, I have everything backed up directly to the cloud" or "I have an external disk, I back up everything to it" and all kinds of sentences that are mostly logical but wrong At the technical level. Synchronizing information to the cloud is not a backup. For the simple reason that accidentally deleting files on the computer or phone will also be deleted in the cloud. The operation on the device, even if done by mistake, will actually be performed in the cloud as well. (In most cases there is a recovery option through a recycle bin but it cannot be trusted and technically it is not considered a backup) Copying information to an external disk - this is also not considered
  6. I spoke yesterday with a technical person in Partner, he claims that they unequivocally allow them to make their modem router only modem (bridge). I joined Partner and the installation is scheduled for early September ... I'll update
  7. Hi Friends I am considering joining Partner Fiver and I have a few questions I will be happy to answer if someone is already connected to them. 1. Is it possible, like Bezeq, to ​​turn Partner's router into a modem only? I would like to continue using my private router 2. When you connect to Partner Fiber you get a "real" or a "Partner" IP address? 3. I realized that Partner does not give the client the administrator's password for their router, is that true?
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