Microsoft has developed a great article centered around configuration of the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and IPsec Policies. This step-by-step guide illustrates how to deploy Active Directory® Group Policy objects (GPOs) to configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security in Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows […]
Looking for instructions for Linux? See our Linux IPtables Firewall Tutorial. Windows Firewall First, you will need to open the IPSec snap-in: Start -> Run -> mmc File -> Add/Remove Snap-in… Add… IP Security Policy Management (Not to be confused with IP Security Monitor) Local Computer Highlight ‘Security Policies on […]
On Windows 2008 R2 64-bit systems, the Setup program tries to load Inbox storage drivers first, by default. As a result, you must load the driver for Adaptec Series 6/6Q/6E/6T controllers TWICE. The first time you load the driver, the OS displays the message “No drives were found’. Select ‘Load […]
Unfortunately Microsoft has discontinued support for Windows Server 2003 SP1, as it is several generations out of date. We feel that to protect the security of our clients, installing an out of date operating system would not be the best course of action. We will still continue to offer the […]
Yes, you receive the administrator password for Windows or the root password for linux. These logins give you full control.
Although our standard support is unmanaged, we have two management plans you can choose from depending on the level of management you need. More information can be found here: Managed Cloud
Yes, there are various Microsoft Windows options on our order form for cloud. The provisioning time is slightly longer (under 10 minutes) due to the way the filesystem works for Windows. Additionally we offer Windows desktop environments like Windows 7 and Windows 8 so that you may create a cloud […]
No, nested KVM virtualization is considered unstable. As the technology advances, we will certainly look into it in the future. You can however order Citrix XenServer in our cloud.
At this time, you can use our Shared NAS to store backups that you make through your operating system. In the future we will add an easy snapshot feature.
With LSN CDN you are only billed for bandwidth and not storage fees. When ordering CDN service you choose the amount of bandwidth you plan to use during the billing month. Don’t worry, if you are close to going over your bandwidth you can upgrade any time. See Our Prices