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    How to install an SSL certificate on IIS8?

    Posted in SSL Certificates on Jul 30, 2019

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    In order to install an SSL certificate on IIS8, the following below process has to be followed :

    1. Download the certificate in PKCS#7 format in your SSLs.com account and upload it to the server. You can download the certificate from the email recieved from the CA. Unzip the archive and find the .p7b/.cer certificate file there.
    2. Open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager > double click on “Server Certificates” icon > click on “Complete Certificate Request” in the “Actions” section.

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    1. On the next screen it is necessary to fill in three fields:
    • File name containing the certification a...

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    How to install an SSL certificate on a NGINX server?

    Posted in SSL Certificates on Jul 30, 2019

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    Once the certificate is issued by CA, you can begin with the process of installation of an SSL certificate on a NGINX server.

    Combine certificates into one file

    Foremost phase is to concatenate the certificate issued for your domain, with intermediate and root certificates into one file.

    Make sure that the certificates are placed in order as below :

    • The certificate for your domain name.
    • Intermediate certificates.
    • Last certificate should be the root one.
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    Incase the intermediate and root certificates are uploaded and recieved seperately, use this method -

    cat cloudtechtiq.crt inter...
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    How to install an SSL certificate on Apache?

    Posted in SSL Certificates on Jul 29, 2019

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    In order to install an SSL certificate on Apache, you need to implement the following steps :

    1. Upload the certificate files on your server.

    For CLOUDTECHTIQ certificates you should receive a zip-archive with several .crt files. You can also download the zip-archive which will contain the certificate for your domain name (.crt) and the CA bundle (.ca-bundle) file.

    If you uploaded the intermediate certificates separately on your server, you will need to concatenate them into a single CA bundle file. For instance, for CLOUDTECHTIQ Positive SSL certificate you can use the following command to...

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    How to install an SSL certificate in cPanel?

    Posted in SSL Certificates on Jul 29, 2019

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    Foremost step in order to install an SSL certificate in cPanel is to generate a CSR code.

    How to generate a CSR code in cPanel

    • First, log in to your cPanel account.
    • In the Security section click on ‘SSL/TLS Manager'.

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    Step 1. Generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR). Make sure you select the option ‘Generate a New 2048 bit key’.

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    Enter the domain name you wish to secure. Please make sure you use a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).

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    • Fill in all the remaining required fields. Once all the fields are filled, click on Generate button.

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    Copy and paste it into the corresponding box duri...

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    How to install an SSL certificate on a Tomcat server

    Posted in SSL Certificates on Jul 25, 2019

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    Once the certificate is issued, the next step is to install it on a Tomcat server.

    There are different ways of importing the files into the keystore -
    PKCS#7 (.p7b)
    PEM (.crt)
    PKCS#12 (.pfx)

    1) PKCS#7 (.p7b)

    If the certificate you received is in PKCS#7 format (the extension of the certificate file will be .p7b or .cer), it already includes the necessary intermediate and root certificates.

    To import it into the keystore:

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    Check the details of the certificate that was imported to the keystore as follows :

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    2) PEM (.crt)

    If you received the certificate in the PEM format ( files will be wit...

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    How To Reset The Windows Server Administrator Password Using The Command Prompt

    Posted in Windows Servers on Jul 13, 2019

    I have one Windows server 2012 R2 and have set a password for the local administrator Because I forget the administrator password so I am not able to login on server now.

    I will let you know how to reset the windows cloud server password without reformat the server. For process further we just require the .iso of windows server 2012 r2. Now you have to mapped your server with iso and boot the server with windows server 2012 r2 iso. Now I am just booting my machine and installing the new Operating system

    Just click the next button on the OS installer

    Below you can see the option to Repair yo...

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    How to monitor apache web server load and Page statistics

    Posted in Linux Servers on Jul 13, 2019

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    Mod_status is an Apache module which helps to monitor web server load and current httpd connections with an HTML interface which can be accessible via a web browser.

    Enable mod_status in Apache

    vi /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

    Search for the word “mod_status” or keep scrolling down until you find below line and remove # in order to enable mod_status.

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    Configure mod_status

    Search for the word "location" and put these lines in order to configure mod_status.

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    After this, define the same configuration for each virtual host file for any domain configured in apache. Like for example : www.exa...

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    How to configure Outlook for any Email Server

    Posted in Microsoft Office 365 on Jul 03, 2019

    Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Although often used mainly as an email application, it also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing.

    We can use Outlook for any email provider such as Office 365, Gmail, Outlook, yahoo, rediff mail, or any webmail services smarter mail, server email services etc.

    In order to add your email account to Outlook you'll need several pieces of information including the type of account, the incoming and outgoing server names, and t...

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    How to transfer all cpanel accounts from one server to other server?

    Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jun 26, 2019

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    • Before you transfer the accounts, firstly you need to install Cpanel and WHM server on your new server.

    In order to install Cpanel & WHM on your server, run the following command :

    cd /home && curl –o latest –L https://securedownloads.cpanel.net/latest &&
    sh latest 
    
    • After the installation of CPanel, you need to copy all the accounts to the new server.

    To move all of your accounts from one server to another, follow the steps in WHM's Transfer Tool interface (WHM >> Home >> Transfers >> Transfer Tool ).

    • Shut down your old server, once you copy your accounts to the new server.

    • After you...

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    How to disable LFD excessive resource usage alert?

    Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jun 26, 2019

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    LFD considers recent failed login attempts as ‘Brute Force Attacks’ and blocks those IPs using CSF.

    CSF is capable of spotting this type of hacking attempts with the help of LFD and blocks the IPs temporarily from accessing the server. If the temporarily blocked IPs are found guilty, then you can permanently block them using CSF.

    All these actions are managed in CSF configuration.
    You can access the CSF configuration in WHM by using the following steps –
    1.  Login to your WHM.
    2.  Go to Home >> select Plugins.
    3.  Click ‘ConfigServer Security & Firewall’.
    4.  Open the CSF Firewall Configu...
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