Murat Yildirimoglu

Murat
Yildirimoglu

Murat Yildirimoglu is an MCSE and MCT in Istanbul, Turkey.

Articles
Smart Host Servers for Small-to-Midsized Businesses
Murat Yildirimoglu advises that Microsoft should create smart host servers to help SMBs from being placed on black lists.
File Allocation Tables: An Old But Still Useful Technology
Although NTFS provides a solid foundation for data storage, it can't compete with FAT in one area: speed.
Windows Server 2008 Allows DC Demotion in Safe Mode
Unlike Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 lets you demote domain controllers (DCs) that won't boot normally.
How to Uninstall a Stubborn Exchange Server 7
Sometimes uninstalling a Microsoft Exchange server with the Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs applet isn't possible. Here's how you can uninstall it manually.
NTFS Inheritance Rule Change 4
One of the NTFS inheritance rules changed in Windows 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. You need to know about this change if you move files on these OSs.
Fool iisweb.vbs Into Creating Websites Whose Home Directories Include UNC Paths
The iisweb.vbs script that comes with IIS 6.0 is an incredibly useful tool for creating websites. However, you can't use it to create websites whose home folders reside on shares. Here's a workaround.
How to Change the Name of a Certificate Server
After you install Certificate Services, Windows doesn't let you change the name of the machine. Here's how you can overcome this restriction.
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