Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 3

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 1 and Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 2 Privacy –  you can adjust your privacy settings. configure if you want to lock your screen allow the applications to know your location with Location Services keep your history or not Automatically empty Trash and Temporary files Send report to Canonical if you have a problem and Connectivity checking Sharing specify your computer’s name and then click the toggle button at the right of Sharing if you want your computer to be visible to the network. If you…

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 2

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Settings Part 2. Settings Part 1 in case you haven’t read it. Search – Here you can configure where to search when you search. You can enable/disable. Region & Language – you can configure the system language and formats. You just have to click on them. You can also add new keyboard layouts. Language window Formats window Add keyboard layout. You can also manage your installed languages by clicking If you want to install or remove a language click Install / Remove Languages Universal Access – you can configure all the options that have to do…

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 1

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Settings Wi-fi Bluetooth background notifications To open Ubuntu settings you: press the super key (Windows Key) and type settings. Click Settings. click at the top right of your screen, on the system menu, and then click You can read this post about the Desktop. This is how Settings looks like: Wi-FI – Here you can configure your Wi-Fi adapter. If you do not have any adapter you will see Bluetooth – Here you can configure all the Bluetooth devices. If you do not have any Bluetooth device you will see…

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Windows Server 2016 – DNS Server Change zone settings.

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Open DNS Manager, right-click a zone and select Properties. The properties window will appear. It has 6 tabs, General, Start of Authority, Name Server, Security, Zone Transfers and WINS. With PowerShell, you can use set–dnsServerPrimaryZone and set-dnsServerSecondaryZone. set-dnsServerPrimaryZone -name “kz.local” -dynamicUpdate none More information here and here.     Windows Server 2016 – DNS Server Change zone settings.

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