Mac users work in their native Unix environment are familiar with using the terminal to SSH into their Linux based servers. When using a Mac to log into a Windows environment, or vice versa, the task is performed differently. Window machines use a different protocol, one aptly named RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). For our tutorial, we’ll explore how to use your Mac to connect to a Windows server. Let’s get started!
- These instructions are intended specifically for setting up a new email account in Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Mac OS X 10.11.3.
- If you have not already created an email address on your server, visit our New User Tutorial: Creating E-Mail Addresses in cPanel.
- If you need to configure your email address in Outlook 2016 for Microsoft Windows, see How To Set Up Email in Outlook 2016. For other mail clients, check out our tutorial on setting up other email clients.
Setting up an email client for the first time can seem a little complicated, but once you know a few key pieces of information, you can get almost any client up and running quickly.
If your computer has trouble reaching a certain web site or server this may be due to a corrupt local DNS cache. This guide will show you how to clear your local DNS cache (“flush” it) for several operating systems.
Starting with Mac OS X 10.6 it is now possible to connect to a Cisco IPSec VPN without having to download any extra software.
The Whois command is used to collect information about a domain including who owns the domain, basic contact information for the domain owner, and the nameservers that the domain is using.