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Could not load file or assembly Microsoft ReportViewer WebForms

This article will guide you on ways to resolve Could not load #file or #assembly 'Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms' #error occurs when #ReportViewer files are missing from the #bin folder.
You need to reference both Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms and Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common and set the CopyLocal property to true. This will result in the dll's being copied to our bin #directory (both are necessary).

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Yum http error 416 How to fix it

This article will guide you on steps to fix #yum #HTTP #error 416 which occurs while updating, installing, upgrading packages. This is rectified easily via disabling the delta #rpm problem, reinstalling a #package, clear #caching and so on.
To fix this error:
1. yum clean all
2. yum upgrade --exclude=polkit*
3. reboot
4. yum clean all
5. yum upgrade

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Smurf DDoS attack How to fix

In this article , you will learn the measures taken by our Support Experts to mitigate #Smurf #DDoS #attacks.
A Smurf attack is a form of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that renders computer networks inoperable. The Smurf program accomplishes this by exploiting #vulnerabilities of the Internet Protocol (#IP) and Internet Control Message Protocols (#ICMP).
Smurf is a network layer distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, named after the DDoS.Smurf malware that enables it execution.
1. DoS is one of the oldest forms of cyber extortion attack.
2. As the term indicates, distributed denial of service (DDoS) means it denies its service to a legitimate user.
3. Ping of death and teardrop attacks are examples of such attacks. Flooding: Sending too much data to the victim can also slow it down.

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Disable Password History in DNN websites

This guide will help to disable password history in #DNN by disabling Enable #Password #History option under the Membership Management tab.
To disable Disable Password History in DNN:
In Host > Host Settings > Advanced Settings > Membership Management, you can disable the history by unchecking "Enable password history".

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Content Encoding Error content_encoding_error

This article will guide you on steps to resolve #Content #Encoding #Error (content_encoding_error) which makes the server returns a #gzip compressed object, but the content is actually text.
The  cause of this error message is a #web server whose #HTTP response headers indicate that it will be responding with one type of encoding, but instead responds with a different type of encoding. For example, what is commonly seen is that a web server returns a gzip compressed object, but the content is actually text.

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Backup Active Directory Domain Controller

This article will guide you on how to #backup #active #directory domain controller.
A System State backup generally includes a copy of any installed device #drivers and related files, most of the Windows directory, the #Windows #Registry, the Active Directory configuration (where applicable) and system files under Windows File Protection.
In production it is best practice to have at least 2 domain controllers per domain. If you factor in each child domain and the other domains that could easily scale up fast if you have two in each one.
To Configure Windows Backup Users on a Domain Controller:
1. Expand Active Directory "Users > Computers > Users".
2. Right-click the appropriate user who will be performing backups and click Properties.
3. On the Member Of tab, click Add to add the Backup Operators group to the User.
4. Click OK.

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