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About Jason Zandri

Jason Zandri has worked as a consultant, systems engineer and technical trainer for a variety of corporate clients in Connecticut over the past five years and currently holds the position of Technical Account Manager for Microsoft Corporation. He has also written a number of COMPTIA and MICROSOFT prep tests for Boson Software and holds a number of certifications from both companies. Currently, he writes part time for a number of freelance projects, including numerous "HOW TO" and best practices articles for 2000Trainers.com and MCMCSE.com.
Understanding DNS in Windows XP Professional
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This article will provide a beginning overview of the DNS service provided by Windows 2000 server and how it interacts in Windows XP Professional environments.

Introduction to IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003 – Part 2

Welcome to the second installment of Internet Information Services 6.0 on Windows Server 2003. I have decided to write this series of articles aimed at Internet Information Services 6 on Windows Server 2003 as both a refresher for the IT professional that is familiar with designing, deploying and administering IIS 4 and 5 as well as allowing some of the newcomers to IIS services regardless of version to get their feet wet so to speak.

Introduction to IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003
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Welcome to the first installment of Internet Information Services 6.0 on Windows Server 2003. I have decided to write this series of articles aimed at Internet Information Services 6.0 on Windows Server 2003 as both a refresher for the IT professional that is familiar with designing and administrating IIS 4 and 5 as well as allowing some of the newcomers to the service to get their feet wet so to speak.

Understanding Compression and the Encrypting File System

The Windows XP Professional operating system allows for both compression and encryption natively within the operating system by setting given attributes on the files and folders. Both of these functions are mutually exclusive of each other and only one or the other can be enacted on a particular file or directory at any given time.

User Rights – User Privileges Category

The Windows XP Professional operating system allows for Rights to be configured to both individual users as well as to groups of users. Right are best described as permitted actions that are allowed to those users or groups on a specific system or allowed actions within the domain.

Understanding RAID
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What does it all mean?

RAID 0, Duplexing, Mirroring, Striping with parity, ECC, the terminology bog goes on for what seems to be forever. Do you need to know what all of these mean? If you’re considering a RAID array for your network, the first step is understanding the different terms before you even think about making a purchase.
So, off we go…

Understanding RAID (Part 2)

This week’s article is going to continue in identifying some of the Terms and Concepts of Hardware and Software RAID, specifically the remaining players of RAIDs 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, and 0+1.

For detailed information on RAID 0, 1 and 5, please see Understanding RAID (part 1).

TCP/IP Protocol Within Windows XP Professional

The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol is a network communication protocol. It can be used as a communications protocol on private networks and it is the default protocol in use on the Internet. When you set up any system to have direct access to the Internet, whether it is via dial-up or one of the high speed technologies in use today, your system will need to utilize the TCP/IP protocol whether it is a Windows based system or not.

Terms and concepts of hardware and software, part 1

What does it all mean?
RAID 0, Duplexing, Mirroring, Striping with parity, ECC, the terminology bog goes on for what seems to be forever. Do you need to know what all of these mean? If you’re considering a RAID array for your network, the first step is understanding the different terms before you even think about making a purchase.