An easy to configure server with extended support for various protocol types required by most PXE network booting or installing applications
|Updated||June 18 2019|
Patrick Masotta N/A N/A
|Crack Size||4 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Including a server in your network configuration enables its users to share and transfer files from one workstation to another much easier, but the setup process is not always easy to carry out. Serva provides you with an easy to configure Preboot eXecution Environment server intended to help regular users have a server up and running in a matter of minutes.
The extended range of supported protocols is one of the main advantages of Serva. It is compatible with HTTP, FTP, TFTP, DHCP, proxyDHCP, BINL, DNS, SNTP, SYSLOG and furthermore, it requires no installation, which means that you can run the server without affecting the host computer in any way.
Each of the server types allows you to configure its functioning parameters to a certain degree, while trying to keep things as simple as possible. The comprehensive 'Settings' window is intuitive enough to help beginners get accustomed to the program from the first interaction, but basic knowledge might be required to fully understand the terminology.
For instance, creating a HTTP server requires you to specify the IP address, the used port, the default webpage, as well as the location of the root directory. FTP servers require a bit more feedback from the user's part. Aside from the IP address and the port, you can configure the user accounts, as well as set the root folder for anonymous and registered users.
Some of the other protocols have different requirements. TFTP servers allow you to configure security options, limit the window size, set timeouts and the maximum number of re-transmissions or activate the error simulator, while the DHCP servers support ping commands and MAC filtering.
Adopting a forthright approach, Serva comes in handy for temporarily running a web server. Ease of use is one of its characteristics, which allows fast configuration, but it does not have the capabilities to run a permanent server.
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