Cockpit: The easy-to-use, integrated, glanceable, and open web-based interface for your servers

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

See your server in a web browser and perform system tasks with a mouse. It’s easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs. Link to Cockpit website Easy to use Discoverable Cockpit makes GNU/Linux discoverable. See your server in a web browser and perform system tasks with a mouse. It’s easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs. Designed & tested Cockpit is designed with your goals in mind. We also routinely test Cockpit with usability studies to make it work the way you’d expect. As a result, Cockpit gets easier to use all the time. Team-friendly Cockpit is...
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Guru99 – Free Training Tutorials & Video for IT Courses

Guru99 is totally new kind of learning experience. Here you learn by practice. We make tons of efforts to take boredom out of learning and make education a fun experience.Inside, you will find tons of video tutorials Tutorials Library TESTING Software Testing QTP (Quick Test Professional) Selenium Mobile App Testing Cucumber Testing SoapUI Agile Testing JUnit RPA LIVE PROJECTS Live Testing Project Live Selenium Project Live Ecommerce Project Live UFT Testing Live HP ALM Exercise Live Mobile Testing Live Security Testing Live PHP Project Live Scrum(Agile) Testing Live Insurance Testing Live Payment Gateway Live Telecom Live Java Project SAP SAP Beginner SAP ABAP...
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How To Secure A Linux Server

A great GitHub repository that evolving how-to guide for securing a Linux server that, hopefully, also teaches you a little about security and why it matters. source: How-To-Secure-A-Linux-Server How To Secure A Linux Server An evolving how-to guide for securing a Linux server that, hopefully, also teaches you a little about security and why it matters. Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction Guide Objective Why Secure Your Server Why Yet Another Guide To Do / To Add Guide Overview About This Guide My Use-Case Editing Configuration Files - For The Lazy Contributing Before You Start Identify Your Principles Picking A Linux Distribution Installing Linux Pre/Post Installation Requirements Other Important Notes The SSH Server SSH Public/Private Keys Create SSH Group For AllowGroups Secure...
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Reset NTFS Permissions

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

What is the best way to fix NTFS file permissions to inherit parent? The best way  to fix NTFS file permissions to inherit parent is to use Icacls utility icacls "c:\RootDirectory\*" /q /c /t /reset /q = Suppresses success messages. /c = Continues the operation despite any file errors. Error messages will still be displayed. /t = Performs the operation on all specified files in the current directory and its subdirectories. /reset = Replaces ACLs with default inherited ACLs for all matching files.
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Netlogon – Error,Type, Event and Description

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Monitoring Account Lockout Netlogon Log File Error Codes Each event in the Netlogon log contains a corresponding error code. The following table describes these error codes. Netlogon Log Error Codes Logon Events Many different events can be created by various logon and logoff actions. The following table describes each logon event. Logon Event IDs Netlogon Logon Types When many Netlogon logon events are logged, a logon type is also listed in the event details. The following table describes each logon type. Netlogon Logon Types Skepper
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VMware PowerCLI – Get NTP Setting

How To: Get Hosts NTP Setting via PowerCLIIf you need info about NTP setting in you ESXs servers, here a nice PowerCLI script.Code:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}}to export to csv file you need to add |Expor-csv x:\FileName.csvCode:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}} | Export-Csv c:\VM_Report\NTP.csvIf you need to view only temporary, simple add | Out-GridViewCode:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}} | Out-GridViewand nice trick - to copy all result script just add | clip¹ and then open your favorite editor...

Microsoft will continue to provide updates to AntiMalware for Windows XP users

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Microsoft will continue to provide updates to Anti-Malware for Windows XP users. Microsoft will continue to provide updates to AntiMalware signatures and engine for Windows XP users through July 14, 2015. As you know, Microsoft has announced the Windows XP end of support date of April 8, 2014. After April 8, 2014, Windows XP users will no longer receive new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, or online technical content updates from Microsoft. After that date, XP users will be exposed to many security problems and without proper protection. To help organizations process migration, Microsoft expanded support antimaleware until July...
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