Free Mac FTP Server

PureFTPd is a very nice replacement for the somewhat limited FTP server for Mac that comes with OSX. It is a free (BSD), secure, production-quality and standard-conformant FTP server. It focuses on efficiency and ease of use and has unique useful features for personal users as well as hosting providers. A binary installer is available […]

Setting up a SFTP Server on Windows

I recently had to create an SFTP server on our work development system, and after doing a fair bit of Googling on the topic found a good solution. The solution is a combination of research done at different sites. It is this solution I am sharing in hopes that it will help someone else. This […]

Free Windows Mail Server

MailEnable is a high perfomance POP3 and SMTP free mail server for the Windows platform. It is free and contains some nice features like spam filtering, SMTP authentication, highly customized relaying options, and a built in list server. I can’t say I’ve done an exhaustive search for the very best free Windows mail server available […]

SSH Tutorial

Here’s an easy to follow SSH Tutorial for Windows, from the site of Rochester Institute of Technology. Admittedly this site has probably gotten a little thin of late relative to posts that offer tips and tutorials on server infrastructure, but if this topic interests you, Digital Media Minute has done quite a few other posts in […]

Free SSH/sFTP Server

freeSSHd is a free SSH Server for Windows that is unique in the fact that it provides a GUI to manage the SSH Server.  Once the SSH Server is up and running, you can use it to create a Secure FTP server!  It’s easy to use and possibly the best way to turn you Windows […]

The Free NAS Server

FreeNAS is a Free Network Attached Storage (NAS) server that will turn an old PC into a NAS server complete with a web based administration console. FreeNAS is a scaled down FreeBSD distribution and supports Samba, FTP, NFS protocols, and Software RAID (0,1,5). FreeNAS takes less than 16MB once installed on Compact Flash, hard drive […]

Printing SQL Server Database Schema

I’ve been working with SQL Server 2000 for about 2 months now, and it completely frustrates me that I cannot print table schema from Microsoft’s Enterprise Manager. I’m one of those people who like to have printouts of the table’s I’m working with as it makes it easier for me to generate my SQL statements. […]