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Windows block remote network access for local user accounts

This article will guide you on ways to #restrict remote network access for a local user account.

To restrict local #accounts in #Windows 10,

Open the Settings app, then select Accounts. Select Family & other users. Scroll down to the Other Users section, then choose Add someone else to this PC. If the new user already has a #Microsoft account, enter the associated #email address, then click Next.

To restrict a Windows user:

1. Select Settings.

2. Tap Accounts.

3. Select Family & other users.

4. Tap "Add someone else to this #PC."

5. Select "I don't have this person's sign-in information."

6. Select "Add a user without a Microsoft account."

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Error code 15 in VestaCP

This article will guide you on different methods to resolve #VestaCP #error code 15 which happens when trying to add #Lets #Encrypt SSL to a domain which already had Lets Encrypt set up.

To Fix SSL/TLS Certificate Error – Invalid SSL #Certificate Error:

1. First, verify whether the #Firewall or #Antivirus program is interrupting #SSL connection. 

2. Clear #cache files, internet browsing history, and cookies.

3. Verify whether the system's date is correct, whether it matches the current time zone.

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Virtual Log Files in SQL Server

This article will guide you on how to find the total number of #VLFs. The DMF sys.dm_db_log_info specifically looks at virtual log files or VLFs for which it needs a database ID for input.

To find it, check the number of virtual log files (VLFs) in each #database and alerts when there's 1,000 or more.

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Find the Source of Account Lockouts in Active Directory


This article will guide you on steps to find the source of Account Lockouts in the Active Directory #domain.

The most common underlying cause for #AD account lockouts, beyond users forgetting their password, is a running application or background service on a device that is authenticating with stale credentials. 

To Track Source of Account Lockouts in #Active #Directory:

1. Search for the #DC (Domain Controller) having the PDC Emulator Role. 

2. Look for the Event ID 4740. 

3. Put Appropriate Filters in Place. 

4. Find Out the Locked Out Account Event Whose Information is Require. 

5. Open the #Event Report, to Find the Source of the Locked Out account.

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SQL server Error 1053

This article will guide you on different methods of fixing error #1053 SQL server which occurs when attempting to pause or stop the SQL Server service in the #Windows Services Console. 

The most common cause of this error is when one of the files needed by sql server was not on a shared resource, and Sql Server, once failed to the other node, couldn't access it.

The #SQL #Server Agent error log may include a path or a file name that is not correct.

In this case, verify that the path and file name for SQLAgent.out is valid:

1. In SQL Server Enterprise Manager, expand the Management folder.

2. Right-click SQL Server Agent, and then click Properties.

3. Under Error Log, make sure that the path that is specified next to File Name is valid.

4. Make sure that the file name is SQLAGENT.out.

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Set up email settings in Nagios Log Server

This article will guide you on how #Nagios #Log Server sends emails and the effective ways to configure them.

By default, Nagios #Mail notification is sent using /bin/mail command. To change this, modify the definition for notify-host-by-email command and notify-service-by-email command in /etc/nagios/objects/commands. cfg file and configure the mail server accordingly.

Log Server has user-friendly features like a search function. You can refine your logs to a specific purpose, like failed logins, or a specific date, so you can easily find the logs you need. Log Server's customizable home dashboard lets you display log data in a variety of ways, whether that's a map or a bar chart.

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