List of articles beginning with the letter “H”.
Explore HTMLA, an early method for web-based server admin. Learn how this outdated term laid groundwork for modern, secure remote management.
Delve into the world of Hot Spare technology: Explore the latest advancements, trends, and the future of high-availability systems in IT.
Hosts File is a text file that provides a local method for resolution of fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) into their respective IP addresses on a TCP/IP network.
Host Name is an alias given to a computer on a TCP/IP network to identify it on the network.
Host Header Names is a feature of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) version 1.1 supported by IIS that lets multiple Web sites hosted on an IIS 4 (or greater) Web server share the same IP address.
Host Data Replicator is a Microsoft database replication tool that copies data from legacy DB2 database tables on an IBM mainframe to Microsoft SQL Server database tables.
Dive deep into the world of computer networking with our comprehensive guide on hosts. Their role and significance in today’s digital age.
Hop is the logical distance between networks based on the number of routers that must be traversed by packets sent between them.
Unlock the various meanings of ‘Home Server,’ from personal data storage to email management. Dive into functionalities, pros, cons, and more.
Home Folder, also called home directory, is a user’s private folder for storing personal files.
H-Node is a NetBIOS name resolution method used for name registration and resolution.
A hive is a logical group of keys, subkeys, and values in the registry that has a set of supporting files containing backups of its data.