I always make backups of my website before upgrading WordPress, but this time, I decided not to bother and sure enough, Murphy's law struck - it broke my website! This article explains how I fixed it without a backup. The process wasn't easy to find, so I hope this Step by Step helps you out.
In this article we will show you HOW TO: Backup (Export) and Restore (Import) virtual machines to VMware vSphere Hypervisor 7.0 for FREE. This procedure can be followed to backup (export) and restore (import) any virtual machine hosted on the VMware vSphere Hypervisor 7.0 host server.
There are few things more disastrous than losing a device that has not been backed up (except losing an unencrypted device that has not been backed up). Here is how I resolved the problem of backing up USB devices in a HIPAA environment.
I've tried most cloud storage offerings, and to me, they're all pretty much the same when it comes to performance and features. One that has impressed me enough to want to write a review and spread the word about though is pCloud. In this article and review, I explain why.
There is a very good article here on Experts Exchange on the 5 Reasons you should NOT fix a computer for free. That article is both articulate and for the most part true. But the other side is worth stating. Here is my experience...
Encountering issues like sudden system shutdown, damage in one or more files, or accidental deletion, is common in the Exchange environment. And while manual techniques like PowerShell commands and Exchange Management Shell are easily available, they often don’t prove to be accurate and effective.
The article describes step by step how to validate the SRA software certificate once installed on the Site Recovery Manager server.
I hope it will be very useful for all administrators of virtualized environments.
Microsoft Jet database engine errors can crop up out of nowhere to disrupt the working of the Exchange server. Decoding why a particular error occurs goes a long way in determining the right solution for it.
The term "Backup" means the methods and processes involved to copy computer data (system data as well as application data) to media other than the ones where the data originally live (disk, tape, optical, cloud). "Restore" in turn means the methods and processes involved in data recovery, i. e., bringing back copied computer data to their original location. Backup/Restore primarily serves as a means of protection against data loss, be it due to disaster, corruption or sabotage. It can also be used for recovering data from an earlier point in time and even for cloning machines or applications. There is a wide variety of backup/restore software available, from expensive commercial products to free or open source tools.