SQL Server Hosting Plan

A reliable and large database usage requirement urges companies to use SQL Server as their database engine. The companies looking for secure, multilevel access, easy integration with windows applications are preferred SQL Server Database. The MS SQL Server is the best option because it is specially designed for enterprise-level usage. It is still comes with new versions mean new addition of enterprise level requirements. If you are a Windows web hosting user, you will find it very best an easy changing option when you convert other rational database into SQL Database. Even if you are using some old version of SQL Server Database at another hosting provider, you can easily transfer all your existing data into other hosting provider easily. If you require Microsoft SQL Server, it is only available for the Windows platform. At arvixe you will find SQL Server 2012 for new hosting accounts while SQL Server 2008 R2 is also available with arvixe.

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SocialEngine 4: How to Flush Cache Properly

Flushing Cache in SE4 is not a difficult task

Usually it is required after language change, moving site to another host or to check updated result of template

You can normally flush the catch via the admin panel but this does not always get rid of all the temporary files used.
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Managing Notifications with 6Scan

In the dashboard of your 6Scan control panel, you can manage notifications for 6Scan.

Once logged into your cPanel, click on the 6Scan icon under the Security section of the cPanel. Once there, click on ‘Dashboard’, and then the settings tab. Finally, click on the notifications tab.


Notifications are managed for each domain that 6Scan is enabled for. You have the following self explanatory notification options.

  1. Email me when new vulnerabilities are found on my site
  2. Email me a weekly report
  3. Send me an SMS when new vulnerabilities are found on my site

That’s it, easy right?

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