Monthly Archives: June 2011

Flush the ARP cache in Windows

The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache is a crucial component of IP networking on any operating system. What ARP does is link Ethernet addressing (IP addressing) to hardware addressing (MAC addressing). Without this system, a machine could not communicate to … Continue reading

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Adding messages to Windows’s logon screen

With a few simple registry tweaks, you can customize the Window’s logon screen to include a warning message and logon statistics. This illustrated walk-through shows you how. If you are responsible for managing Windows systems that are open to the … Continue reading

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Troubleshoot instantly with the Windows System Diagnostic Report

Windows Vista/7 and Windows Server 2008 have several¬† features to assist users and administrators in diagnosing performance-related issues.¬† Today, we are going to take a look at the System Diagnostics Report which provides a snapshot view of your system.¬† The … Continue reading

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