Posted by DNS Texas Support on February 25, 2017 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Internet Explorer Missing 'Continue To This Website' Option Using Internet Explorer 10 or 11 and visiting a website with a weak or untrusted SSL certificate, such as those typically found on some home routers, legacy RAID management cards, etc. You may find that you receive the error "There is a problem with this website's security certificate". In versions past, you could simply click 'Continue to this website (not recommended).' and go about your business... However, in later versions of IE, you may find this option is no longer present... No problem, just use Firefox, right? Wrong... Firefox also throws an error "Connection reset by server"...
Posted by DNS Texas Support on February 23, 2017 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport, Windows Workstation O/S | Comments
Make Windows 10 Stop Asking For A Password When Resuming From Sleep Windows 10 handles resume from sleep a bit differently than former versions of Windows. For example, our Windows 7 power policies that are deployed via group policy to the domain mostly work, but not fully. The biggest issue we've run in to is on machines that require NO password on resume/wake - like a time clock station, for example.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on February 21, 2017 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Prove Your Humanity Login Feature In Wordpress Over the past few months, many Wordpress users may have noticed a math question appearing on the login screen. Along with the username/password boxes, an additional selection box "Prove Your Humanity" has appeared. We initially thought this was a part of a plug in we had installed for captcha security. We disabled the functionality within the plugin for the login screen and finally removed the plug in totally, only to find this math question was still present.Image : Prove Your Humanity Prompt With Jetpack/Protect Module Enabled.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on November 19, 2016 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport, Windows Workstation O/S | Comments
Cannot Run .EXE Files After Malware Cleanup ISSUE After virus/malware/spyware infection, all programs (.exe) fail to launch, claiming to be infected with a virus. This can occur before or after a malware infection.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on April 8, 2016 in Apple And Mac O/S, Knowledgebase, Linux O/S, Security Alerts, Windows Workstation O/S | Comments
Adobe Flash Player - Emergency Update - April 2016 Adobe Flash Player - Emergency Update - April 2016 Adobe has released a critical patch for it's popular Flash Player. This patch addresses a vulnerability that has been discovered allowing "drive-by" infections of ransomware and a flaw that can potentially allow an attacker to take control of an infected computer. This vulnerability affects all platforms running Flash Player, including Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Chrome O/S.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on March 29, 2016 in Knowledgebase, Security Alerts | Comments
Malware And Ransomware Threats 2016 Malware And Ransomware Threats 2016 : DNS Texas is seeing a large increase in the amount of Phishing and malicious emails hitting our systems. As a result, we are providing this information so you can better protect yourself, in the event one of these malicious emails/files makes it to your inbox or computer. This is a living document and will be updated with any new information as we run across it. Please feel free to share your suggestions and note anything we may have missed in the comments area below.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on March 14, 2016 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Yoast SEO XML Sitemap Showing 404 Page Not Found In Wordpress A 404 error indicates 'page not found'. If you have recently installed Yoast SEO and your XML Sitemap is showing a 404 error when you click it, follow this simple step to resolve the issue:
Posted by DNS Texas Support on January 8, 2016 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Recommended WordPress Plugins For Your Website 2016
Posted by DNS Texas Support on December 1, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Removing Your Mail Server From Popular Blacklists - Includes links to popular blacklist checkers too - If you run an e-mail server, one day it's bound to happen... You're going to land on a blacklist somewhere and your normal mailflow is going to get disrupted. We deal with this fairly regularly and decided to write up a quick article to assist other email administrators with blacklist removal links to the most popular blacklisting organizations - in a single, easy to use location.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on November 28, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport, Windows Server O/S, Windows Workstation O/S | Comments
Converting VHD Files To VHDX For Use With Windows 8 8.1 Server 2012 Server 2012R2 Hyper-V You should use VHDX files in Hyper-V for the best performance! VHDX is a new format that is supported by Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Server 2012 and Server 2012R2 versions of Hyper-V. The main benefits of upgrading are: