Flexible settings make Windows2008 efficient download


Windows Server 2008 is the name of a Microsoft server operating system that inherits from Windows Server 2003. Many users of windows2003 forced their system to upgrade to Windows Server 2008, but unfortunately, in the new system environment, they found that they not only enjoyed the powerful functions of Windows2008, but also felt very awkward during routine operations. However, this can also be solved. With some flexible settings, we can fully system operation and high efficiency, so that Windows Server 2008 can be downloaded efficiently!

1.Download in IE browser

As we all know, in the Windows XP system environment, we can directly perform FTP download operation in the IE browser that comes with the system, but when we try to perform FTP download operation in IE browser in Windows Server 2008 system However, it was found that the corresponding system IE browser popped up an error message similar to the inability to log in to the FTP server. Is this the Windows Server 2008 system prohibiting users from performing FTP download operations through the IE browser? Indeed, for security reasons, the Windows Server 2008 system is forbidden. The user performs an FTP download operation in the IE browser. After all, the IE browser itself has a lot of security. Vulnerabilities, illegal attackers can easily exploit these vulnerabilities to implement FTP attacks or other illegal attacks; in fact, we can modify the corresponding system registry related key values ​​to allow Windows Server 2008 system to allow users to complete FTP through IE browser. Download the task, the following is the specific setup steps:

First open the Windows Server 2008 system "Start" menu, from which click "Start", "Run" & rdquo; command, pop-up In the system running dialog box, enter the string command “regedit”, click the “OK” button to enter the corresponding system console window;

next to the left side of the console window At the location, expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE node branch, and click the SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Internet Explorer\\MAIN\\FeatureControl\\FEATURE_INTERNET_SHELL_FOLDERS registry subkey from the target node, and find the target registration in the right area of ​​the corresponding FEATURE_INTERNET_SHELL_FOLDERS registry subkey. Table key value “iexplore.exe”;

Then double-click the “iexplore.exe” key to open the edit dialog, and change the default value from “0” to “1”, then click the "OK" button to save the above settings. So, when we perform FTP download operation in the IE browser of Windows Server 2008 system, just enter the target FTP server address directly in the address bar and click the Enter key, then a pop-up will pop up on the system screen. The new IE browser window, this time we can use the same method in the old system environment IE browser to complete the FTP download task.

Tip: Once the IE browser is allowed to perform FTP download operation, some malicious controls or malicious programs on the network will be automatically downloaded and saved to the Windows Server 2008 system through the IE browser, thus corresponding to the system. The security is vulnerable to threats; in order to protect the security of Windows Server 2008 system, we can make the following settings to prevent IE browser from automatically downloading: first click on the "start”/“run” command in the system Run the string command “gpedit.msc” in the running box to open the group policy editing interface of Windows Server 2008 system; secondly, expand the “Computer Configuration” node branch at the left side of the editing interface, and select the target branch one by one. "Administrative Templates" &"Windows Components" /“Internet Explorer"/“Security Features"/“Restricted File Downloads”Subkeys, and then double-click with the mouse to "limit file downloads" Under the item "Internet Explorer Process" group policy, select the "already enabled" option Finally, click the “OK” button to perform the setting save operation. In this case, when we use the IE browser to surf the Internet, some malicious content will not be automatically downloaded and saved to the Windows Server 2008 system hard disk, then the security of the Windows Server 2008 system. Performance can be effectively guaranteed.

2, download in the network map

Every time you perform an FTP download operation, if you frequently enter the address of the target FTP server and log in to the account, it is definitely a very troublesome The thing, this will not only affect the FTP download efficiency, but also long after the login account is forgotten, it will also cause FTP downloading. In order to improve the FTP download efficiency, we can use the network mapping function of the Windows Server 2008 system to map the important folders stored in the target FTP server to a common disk partition in the client system. In the future, we only need to be a local client. Open my computer window in the end system, double-click the target network disk partition with the mouse, you can quickly access the specified file in the target FTP server; below, we use the network mapping function to complete the FTP download task:

First, in the “Start” menu of the Windows Server 2008 system, click the “Settings” button, and click the “Control Panel” window in the system control panel window that appears. Click “Click”; And the Internet”, "Network Mapping" icon, open the network mapping list window of the corresponding system;

Secondly click the <quo;Tools” option in the list window, click on the drop-down menu “ Map Network Drives" command to open the Settings dialog box in the "Drives" section of the dialog Click the drop-down button and select a free disk partition symbol from the drop-down list to use for the target network folder;

Then in the corresponding folder's "Folder" text box, directly Enter the IP address or host name of the target FTP server. Suppose we need to access the target FTP server IP address as “”, then we just need to enter “ld://;”; Click the “Connect with other usernames” option to open the FTP server login settings window, enter the correct FTP login account and password, and click “OK” to return; Previous 12 Next 2 pages in total

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