A quick Powershell script I hacked together that will enumerate all Active Directory users, and build an XML file for an application I wrote that generates user reports for a specific application.
There are numerous ways to accomplish getting the PID for an established network connection in AIX and Linux using tools like ss or more popular lsof. In my situation, the system I was working on did not have ss or lsof, so I used netstat and rmsock.
I’ve been meaning to copy this back here but haven’t had the chance until now. I reference this so much, figured it’d have stuck in my mind by now… Anyway, this is one of the best resources for quick analysis troubleshooting of MM_WAIT_MSG errors on VPN tunnels for Cisco ASA / PIX from https://www.tunnelsup.com/isakmp-ike-phase-1-status-messages/.
- Run the Local Group Policy Editor (Start > type gpedit.msc)
- Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System
- Select Logon
Some notes on increasing LVM partition in Linux.
A new variant of Dharma seems to have hit a server; here are some of the details I’ve been gathering.
A quick PowerShell script hacked together to scan Active Directory computer objects that are Server 2008+ and check for MS17-010 patches.
For those of you who may have followed along on my original post of me troubleshooting of an IBM X3650, I found a system planar for $20 (lol). Just arrived today, with shuttle, which is awesome. I’ll be putting this in the server chassis today and hopefully getting a successful boot.