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Merubah scope firewall di windows server 2003

January 10, 2012 7 comments
windows server 2003

windows server 2003

Firewall merupakan software/hardware yang digunakan untuk memberikan aturan-aturan tertentu pada sebuah komputer/server. Tujuannya, agar komputer kita lebih aman dari serangan hacker. Pada windows terdapat built in firewall yang bisa kita atur sedemikian rupa. Secara default port ditutup oleh firewall, sehingga ketika kita menghidupkan firewall, kita harus mendefinisikan program/service tertentu agar di allow untuk diakses.

Salah satu program yang secara default di block oleh firewall adalah file/printer sharing. Apabila kita menghidupkan firewall, maka kita tidak bisa melakukan folder sharing pada komputer kita. Agar bisa sharing kita harus menambahkan File/Printer sharing pada Firewall exception.

Secara default firewall exception pun hanya menambahkan pada scope subnet. Sehingga file sharing hanya bisa dilakukan di komputer yang berada dalam satu subnet dengan komputer kita. Untuk merubah scope firewall lakukan langkah-langkah berikut :

  1. Buka windows firewall
  2. Pilih exception tab
  3. Click File/Printer sharing
  4. Click Edit
  5. Click Change Scope pada setiap port
  6. Pilih any computer untuk memberikan privilege sharing

How to create bootable usb drive in windows 7

May 31, 2011 2 comments
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usb windows

USB (Universal Serial Bus) drive has become a device that is used for backup data and shifting function floppy disks, CDs and ZIP disks. USB drives are not only cheap but also very practical, resilient, and can have a large storage capacity. To anticipate booting problem, we should have a bootable disk. Bootable disk can help us when we have inability to access the computer because of boot problems. By using a bootable USB drive, we can solve boot problems more quickly.

Here are the steps to create a bootable USB drive:
1. Insert your USB drive into one USB port on your computer
2. Click “Start “button at the bottom left on your computer screen
3. Type “cmd” in “Run” window to open a command prompt
4. Type “parts disk” into command prompt and press Enter.
5. Type “list disk” and press Enter again
6. Determine which of the displayed list that is a USB drive. (For example, if you have 4GB USB drive, then the number with 4GB size that you need to see). Record the number that identifies your USB drive.
7. Type the following command into the command prompt to format on a USB drive

  • “Select the disk <A>,” replace “<A>” with the number you get in step 5 earlier. Press Enter
  • “Clean.” Press Enter
  • “Create Partition Memory.” Press “Enter.”
  • “Select Partition A.” Press “Enter.”
  • “Format FS=NTFS.” Press Enter.”
  • “Assign.” Press “Enter.”
  • “Exit.” Press “Enter.”

8. Insert the installation CD of Windows XP or Vista. Your computer will read the installation CD, and a window will appear on the screen that lists of all drives. Look for the letters that symbolize the CD-ROM and USB drive.
9. Type the following command into the command prompt

  • “<B:> CD boot,” replace “<B>” with the letter of the CD-ROM. Press “Enter”
  • “CD boot.” Press “Enter.”
  • “Bootsect.exe/NT60 <C:>,” replace “<C>” with the letter of the USB Drive. Press “Enter.”

10. Copy the boot information from the installation CD to a USB drive by entering the following command into the command prompt:

  • “xcopy <C:> *.* / s / e / f <B:> /”, replace “<B>” with the letter of the CD-ROM and replace “<C>” with the letter of a USB drive. Press “Enter.”

11. The steps is done. Unplug the USB drive from the USB port, replace the lid, and give the label “bootable”. Remove your Windows installation CD

How to run incompatible xp software in windows 7

March 23, 2011 Leave a comment
Compatible with Windows

Compatible with Windows

There are Many programs and games are nice and interesting ​​for windows xp, but can not be run on windows 7 and vista. Here’s tips and triks on how to run and use the software/application for windows xp that is not compatible with windows 7 and vista.

Use Compatibility Mode

Compatibility Mode is a way of trying to run a program as if in a different operating system, here is the steps :

  1. Right-click on the icon exe program
  2. Click Properties
  3. Click Compatibility tab
  4. It is optional to choose Change settings for all users
  5. Don’t check on “Run this program in compatibility mode for
  6. In the drop-down menu choose the appropriate operating system
  7. Click apply, then OK

If the Compatibility Mode does not work, so you can use other waysas follow :
Use Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit
A different way to solve the problems of compatibility is by download and install a free program from Microsoft called “Microsot Application Compatibility Toolkit”. It Can be downloaded here

Running the old applications properly will require some effort. However it’s never mind if the program is more useful than the new program that just have a more beautiful design

How to disable regedit on windows xp

March 19, 2011 Leave a comment

Regedit or Registry Editor in Windows has the function to view, create or modify registry in Windows. Well, because of its function, sometimes it is abused by people or users as intruder to endanger the system registry on our computer. Here we will provide on how to disable regedit so that not everyone can modify it.

Here is the steps to do that

  1. Click Start> Run> then type gpedit.msc and press Enter so it will appear the windows Group Policy Editor
  2. Click User Configuration> Administrative Templates> System, it looks like below :
  3. regedit


  4. Select and double-click Prevent access to registry editing tools, then appear dialog box as below :
  5. regedit1


  6. Select “enabled” on the options
  7. select “yes” on “disable regedit from editing tools?”
  8. Click OK or Apply
  9. Close the window gpedit

Now, whenever user try to access  regedit, it will display a warning like below



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How to remove recycle bin icon in windows xp

March 17, 2011 1 comment

Recycle Bin is a temporary storage for files and folders that we have deleted earlier. Sometimes we delete a file/folder accidentally, whereas we still need that file / folder. Restoring that file / folder from recycle bin, will make us get file/folder again.

To avoid things that are not desirable, we can hide the Recycle Bin icon from the desktop and also from Windows Explorer. Thus others can not easily tamper with the contents of the Recycle Bin that may we still need later. To remove or hide the Recycle Bin icon, follow these steps below :

First, run the group policy editor (gpedit)
Second, after window Group Policy Editor open, then click User
Configuration->Administrative Templates->Desktop



Third, move to the right pane, then double click on “Remove Recycle Bin icon from the desktop”, then it will appear the window “Remove Recycle Bin icon from the desktop”, as the image below



Fourth, select “enabled”
Fifth, proceed by clicking OK and close gpedit
Sixth, log off and then log on again to see the effect

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