Arguments against disabling IPv6

Hello! Dorian again with a blog article regarding IPv6. The main background of writing this blog post is that until now best practice says “If you aren’t using it, disable it!” or our customers see lots of talk on message boards saying “Your Internet is slow? Disable IPv6! That’ll fix it!” and they develop the wrong idea…


Which minimum Share & NTFS permissions do you need for the use of Offline Files and Folder Redirection in Windows 2008 / 2008 R2

In Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2, as an administrator, you can share Folders which can be mapped as Network Drives on a Windows Vista or a Windows 7 Client. Also you can customize desktops by using Folder Redirection. Those mapped Drives you can make available offline by using the Offline Files…


TCP/IP Stack hardening in Operating Systems starting with Windows Vista

In Windows Server 2003 you could change the following TCP/IP parameters to harden the Stack against Syn Attacks. This protection has been accomplished by the TCP/IP stack in the following way by dropping new connection requests when the threshold values are met, regardless of how much system memory or CPU power available to the system….