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Author Archives: John Schuepbach

John Schuepbach
I've been tinkering with computers since 1984 and have been working professionally in the field of IT since 2005. I love learning about new technology and always enjoy figuring out how things work. People also say that I'm a freak about detail and organization - I take that as a compliment ;). I'm commonly known as "Shuey". I'm known for my passionate obsession of all things that interest me; particularly computers, video games (like Tetris), music, art, etc.

Backup & Restore DHCP Server Database Information

In this article, we’ll review the necessary information for how to backup and restore information from a Microsoft Windows DHCP server database. Depending on how familiar you are with this procedure, you may or may not be aware that there’s more to it than just a simple “backup and restore the database”. Besides wanting a full copy of your database, sometimes ...

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Installing Printers in Windows with Export/Import Packages

Have you ever needed to install printers on a workstation, and you thought to yourself, “If only I could quickly copy the installed printers from another PC, it would save me so much time!”? Well, today’s your lucky day! Microsoft has actually had a way of accomplishing this for many years (a separate utility named “Print Migrator”, which has since ...

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Configuring SNMP in VMware ESXi

In this article, I’ll review the necessary information for how to configure SNMP v1 options in a VMware vSphere ESXi host. If you also need to configure SNMP in a vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA), please check out my previous article: Configuring SNMP in a vCSA If you’re already familiar with SNMP, and you’ve already enabled SSH on your ESXi host, ...

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Configuring SNMP in a VMware vCSA

In this article, we’ll review the necessary information for how to configure SNMP v1 options in a VMware vCenter Server Appliance.  If you’re reading this article, you likely already know what SNMP is, as well as how to utilize it.  If not, let me at least give you a brief intro, stating what it is and what it’s used for.  If you’re ...

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