Category: Letter E

  • Encrypting File System (EFS)

    Encrypting File System (EFS)

    Encrypting File System, also known as EFS, is a Microsoft Windows 2000 core technology for storing encrypted NTFS files on disk; designed to protect data on NTFS volumes from local access by unauthorized users.

  • Microsoft Exchange Server

    Microsoft Exchange Server

    Definition of Microsoft Exchange Server in the Network Encyclopedia. What is Microsoft Exchange Server? Exchange Server is Microsoft’s client/server messaging system for Windows Server family. Exchange Server supports all key industry messaging standards, including the following: X.400 Internet standards (SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, LDAP, HTTP, NNTP, SSL, MIME, and S/MIME) Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) Exchange…

  • Event Viewer

    Event Viewer

    The Event Viewer is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that enables you to browse and manage event logs.

  • Ethernet Switch

    Ethernet Switch

    Sometimes simply called a switch (when referring to Ethernet networking hardware), a networking component used to connect workgroup hubs to form a larger network or to connect stations that have high bandwidth needs.

  • Ethernet – the network architecture for LANs

    Ethernet – the network architecture for LANs

    Ethernet is the most popular network architecture for local area networks (LANs). Ethernet was originally developed by Xerox in the 1970s and was proposed as a standard by Xerox, Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), and Intel in 1980.

  • Eseutil


    Eseutil is a command-line tool for version 5.5 of Microsoft Exchange Server.

  • Edbutil


    Discover the legacy of Edbutil, the once-essential command-line tool for Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 and 5.0, and learn how it evolved into today’s utilities.

  • E-Carrier


    E-Carrier is the digital telecommunications services backbone system of Europe, a format standardized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

  • EIA/TIA wiring standards

    EIA/TIA wiring standards

    Uncover the essentials of EIA/TIA Wiring Standards, their role in shaping telecommunication networks, and how they define our digital connectivity.

  • Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP): Navigating Complex Networks

    Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP): Navigating Complex Networks

    EGP, or Exterior Gateway Protocol, is a type of routing protocol used to distribute routing information between different autonomous systems in large internetworks based on the TCP/IP protocol.

  • Encapsulation in Networking

    Encapsulation in Networking

    Encapsulation is a process by which a lower-layer protocol receives data from a higher-layer protocol and then places the data into the data portion of its frame.

  • Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)

    Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)

    EIA was the main trade organization representing the U.S. high-tech community. The Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) was founded in 1924 as the Radio Manufacturers Association.