List of articles beginning with the letter “B”.
Built-in Account is a type of user account that is created during installation.
Built-in Local Group is a Microsoft Windows local group created during installation that has preassigned rights and permissions.
Broadcast Storm is a network condition in which so many broadcasts are occurring (for example, for address verification purposes) that normal communication is disrupted.
Broadcast Packet is an Internet Protocol (IP) packet with the IP address 255.255.255.255.
Bridgehead Server is a computer running Microsoft Exchange Server that acts as an endpoint of a connector joining two Exchange sites.
B-ISDN (Broadband ISDN) is the broadband transmission counterpart of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN).
Bits per Second (bps) is a unit used for measuring the speed of transmission of data on a network of computers – that is the amount of information sent or received in a given amount of time.
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Batch File is an ASCII file with the extension .bat or .cmd containing a series of commands.
Batch Commands is a special set of commands that are found only in batch files and enable special actions.
Basic Volume is a type of volume in Microsoft Windows.
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