This website started out it's life back in 2007 as my web and graphic design platform. However since the beginning of 2010 I have been employed full time so I have repurposed it to function as a place to share random tips and tutorials that I have found handy and that are not necessarily common on other sites. Most of the content revolves around Microsoft Windows, Linux and general networking topics.

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Latest Tutorial

  • Setup SFTP server on CentOS Linux - with chroot jail

    LinuxSFTP is a great secure alternative to the archaic FTP standard. There are many good 3rd party SFTP server applications for MS Windows but for the price and standards compliance you just can't beat SFTP setup with OpenSSH on a minimal install of Linux. Here's how to set up SFTP on CentOS or Fedora and Red Hat.

    in Linux
    Tags: Linux Server
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  • Remove items from the context menu

    MSHow to manually remove an item from the context menu(Right-Click menu). Often when you install software it writes useless / unwanted items to the context menu. There is alot of software available to remove these items but I hate installing extra unneeded software.

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  • Hide a shared resource

    MSIf you need to hide a shared resource from users (which means that they won’t be able to see the shared resource when they try to browse to it in Windows Explorer or at the command line) you can do the following:

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