Again this goes into the, I-cannot-forget-this-because-i-rarely-use-it-but-will-need-it-eventually... if you need to execute tcpdump for a limited amount of time it's very easy with the combination of two switches...Read On!
In part seven of this series we completed a three article cycle looking at the lifecycle of a server and at the associated processes that accompany each phase. Here in part eight we are going to start a look at production process, starting with the Incident Management process.
In part six of this series we started a three article cycle looking at the life cycle of a server and at the associated processes that accompany each phase. We continue here in part 7, with looking at the Retirement process.
The scripting ability of UNIX based shells such as BASH make most of the Windows Command line seem like a throw-back to the early 1990's bulletin-board wild-west days. With Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 and PowerShell, Microsoft is making some great gains, but even these attempts can be over-wrought.One of the clearest examples of this is the ability to set a variable based on command output...
A Reader writes: "After turning on password validation in the reverse password synch plugin for Active Directory, changing your password in TIM doesn't set the AD password .... an error appears... any ideas?" Elmo has a crack at a solution - Read On!