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ADCS Enrollment Web Services utilize two communication protocols: [MS-XCEP] and [MS-WSTEP] (a Microsoft implementation of [WS-TRUST] protocol). CEP (implements [MS-XCEP]) is an enrollment policy service that is used to: provide available to client certificate templates for enrollment. provide Certificate Enrollment Service (CES) URIs CES (implements ...


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How would I request a certificate from AD CS on OSX/Linux? If you don't need to automate this, then simply go with "Active Directory Certificate Services Web Enrollment". It's a simple little web app that (amongst other things) allows you to paste in arbitrary CSRs. It doesn't care whether they originate from a Windows OS. A windows admin will then ...


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Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac Version 2.1.0 (100825) Computer: computerName.school.edu /console This is similar to PC syntax: C:\Windows\System32\mstsc.exe /v: computerName/admin


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You didn't understand the syntax of the veto files (doc link) option. The / actually separates two rules, and doesn't have the dir separator meaning as in unix paths. Essentially, you have two rules there, the first one blocking ._*, which matches ._custom.css.i-JdxA5R.


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Open Directory (Apple's LDAP implementation) is probably what you're looking for. If you don't want to be bothered setting that up, yes, local accounts for each admin on each server would work... but that would be 24 accounts to set up, so it seems like setting up LDAP would be quicker and easier. If you're married to VNC, many implementations allow ...


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If you use Homebrew: ls /usr/local/Cellar/|grep php php54 As you can see my homebrew version is for PHP 5.4, so I search Homebrew with: brew search php54 In the search results, I see php54-pdo-pgsql. So, I install the driver with: brew install php54-pdo-pgsql Then restart PHP.


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It's a long time ago since I last used a Mac, but when I did, I used SSHKeyChain for exactly the functionality you describe. It can still be found here: http://sshkeychain.sourceforge.net/


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On September, 17th 2014, the Primary Root CA - G3 (intermediate with a SHA-256 signature) was still not accepted by latest Mac operating systems. Thawte submitted an Apple Bug Number 17095623 in order to have them fix this issue.


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This is much too complicated, and parts of it appear to conflict with each other. try_files $uri $uri/ @rewrite; location @rewrite { rewrite ^/(.*)$ /index.php?_url=/$1; } location / { try_files $uri $uri/ /index.html; } Simplify this to a single directive. try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?_url=$request_uri;


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Yes, it appears to be related to this bug. https://kb.isc.org/article/AA-01220/0/nsupdate-in-BIND-9.9.6-9.10.0-and-9.10.1-fail-to-resolve-the-SOA-MNAME-in-some-cases.html Also, I think they key type must be HOST, not ZONE (the default for dnssec-keygen) or USER.


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Root is root, even on OS X Unix. That is why they disable it by default. A quick google has shown that your file could be potentially locked. If you go and issue the command: chflags nouchg /path/to/item and then try your file again: chmod g+w "PORe\logo.jpg" This should allow you then to change things on that file specifically. Make sure that ...


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This is how to reproduce it on osx. No idea why it works (don't tell anybody, I try to pose as a linux guy), on linux it doesn't. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14388706/socket-options-so-reuseaddr-and-so-reuseport-how-do-they-differ-do-they-mean-t for detailed explanations on sockets >>> import socket >>> s=socket.socket() ...


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Did you try adding mangled names = no to smb.conf?


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Thought. Run snapshot on the mac devices themselves for actual backups, the Time Machine backups will be a supplement. YES it is much better to have a Time Machine image to restore from, but having the files with rsnapshot is a great idea. I am using amazon S3 mounted drives using Jungle Disk to store rsync or snapshot images.



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