Notes To Use VPS Windows Server

Recently, the demand for using Windows VPS, Linux VPS increasingly high demand by customers and high demands that previously no one thought. We can list as a preliminary VPS that is used to run AdWords, running Facebook or running services online 24/24 … at the right cost consistent performance that high. It is the fact that not everyone knows how to use VPS Windows Server properly. Without necessary knowledge, you may cope with unhoped problems. In this post, you can learn some tips to use your VPS Windows correctly.

Notes To Use VPS Windows Server

1. Do Not Change The IP Network Parameters

Each VPS has a certain IP, this IP cannot be changed. If this parameter is changed you can not access VPS. If you accidentally moved to a dynamic IP address, the vendor set the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway. DNS information You can completely change. The usual DNS is 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

2. Do Not Exploit VPS Too Thoroughly

With the windows mechanism if your CPU usage (over 85%) for a long time is likely your VPS will be shut down or restarted. Will it cause trouble if you are running a service where VPS is turned off? This may be all your business.

3. Turn The Firewall On / Off

Turning on the firewall is great, but the vast majority of it is annoying to the user. Like IP blocking, service error. So consider turning off / enabling the firewall to use VPS effectively.

4. Do Not Set A Common Password

More than 95% of hacker attacks enter the server due to “pass”. The mechanism is that Hackers have a list of users and passwords popular, from which they have a scan tool and try to log in (using popular user and password). So if you set the password as abc123, 123abc, 123456 then other people can guess it easily and attacked your system.Please set a ruleless password, the length is less than 10 characters including lowercase, flowers, numbers and special characters.

The Bottom Line

Above tips are some of my experiences, hope they can be helpful for you. Let try them and enjoy good luck!

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