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Cloud VM Snapshots You can create snapshots when you need them and keep them forever or until you decide to delete... Connect to your Cloud VM With our easy-to-manage tools, it's true that on ArkHost you can access the noVNC console... DDoS Protection Secure your cloud servers from attacks In a DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack, an... How do I migrate my site from shared hosting to a virtual or dedicated server? You have been developing your website for several years, brought it to a higher level, and now... Install Windows Server 2019 on ArkHost Requirements; deploy a server with a minimum below configuration: 2 vCPU, 4GB RAM, 40 GB DISK... Rebuild a Cloud VM On ArkHost, you'll have the option to Rebuild your virtual server at any time. This operation... Restore Cloud VM from Backup In this article, we will restore a Cloud VM from Backup. Be aware that this is only possible... Reverse DNS To set an rDNS (reverse DNS or PTR) entry for a cloud server, you first need to log into ArkHost... Transfer files with Rsync What is Rsync? Rsync stands for “remote synchronization”. It is a remote and local file... Upgrade your VM or Add/Remove product options As companies grow, in addition to that, it will often be necessary also to upgrade the... What are floating IPs and how do they work? Each Cloud server on ArkHost automatically comes with one IPv4 and one IPv6 net (/64). You can... Windows on Cloud VM What versions are available? Microsoft provides both desktop and server versions of Windows. On...
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