Here was my scenario I found myself in not to long ago. I have an Active Directory domain with a server outside of the domain in it’s own workgroup. It used different credentials for the administrator account then what the domain uses. One day it stopped responding to RDP and several control programs we have on it so we needed to do a reboot.
No problems right? just type… Continue reading
Today I will be walking you through the process of setting up your Tomcat installation to use a public SSL certificate. I will be using examples from my Ubuntu 11 box but this will work with any linux based Tomcat install. We should have you up and running in just a few minutes, here is what we… Continue reading
It is easier to get PHP on Ubuntu to connect to MSSQL than it is to get PHP on Windows.
I would not normally believe such a thing until I tried to setup a pre-existing install of PHP on Windows missing any MSSQL extensions. Looking through Google to find information was less than quick and I found myself wanting to go back to my old faithful Ubuntu server… Continue reading
Time, I don’t need no stinking time!!
You won’t here Windows saying that, Microsoft relies on time for Active Directory to work correctly so if you start to drift you will see access errors. Have you seen the following eventlog in your system logs resently?
Out of the skunkworks here at Squidworks comes a new Kaseya Agent Procedure. This procedure (Script) pulls all members of privileged accounts groups like Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins and stores it to the GETFILE location on your K-Server. Also viewable using LiveConnect -> Agent Data -> GetFile Tab. You can add and remove groups from the VBScript to match your needs… Continue reading