It is important in terms of security to monitor logon events on our servers. We can periodically run this PowerShell script to see if there is any suspecious logon attempt. logonFails.ps1
You would like to create bulk Active Directory user accounts; you can modify your csv file according to the below structure and run the PowerShell script. Your user accounts will be created within the respective Organizational Unit. Notice that if you have “Fine Grained Password Policy” you might need to disable it during this process
It refers to extracting data from device web interface. 1. Login to the device web interface and choose “code view” in the mouse right click menu in google chrome web browser. You may use any other browser as well, having the same menu option. pull_data.php We extract the temperature value with “id=361″. Now we test
To stop the iptables: # /etc/init.d/iptables stop In order to disable the iptables while booting: #chkconfig iptables off to start the iptables: # /etc/init.d/iptables start In order to activate the iptables while booting: #chkconfig iptabes on
Open up Chrome’s settings. Under “Users” click “Add new user.” Give the new profile a name and picture. Make sure “Create a desktop shortcut for this user” is checked. Click “Create.” Right-click the newly-created shortcut and select “Properties.” In the “Target” field, add “–kiosk” (no quotes) to the end. Click “Apply.”
You want to create bulk user accounts according to the list you have. Your csv file should be in the form given below and if there is a “fine grained password policy” applied in your active directory, you need to make sure the given passwords in your csv file are all compatible with this policy
PowerShell script to add members to Active Directory Security Group.
You can restrict your users to use only your company ERP or intranet on terminal server as shown in the following webcast.
Enable SSH on the ESXi At the console of the ESXi host, press <ALT> + <F1> to enter the console window The screen should change to one without command prompt Enter “unsupported” in the console and hit <Enter>. Enter “vi /etc/inetd.conf” to edit the configuration file Uncomment the lines that starts with “#ssh” to enable ssh
You have checked your mail server’s disk usage and decided to free some space deleting the some of the users emails older than for example 10 days.