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The solution is to lock down who has the permissions to rename a domain-joined machine (modify permissions to Active Directory computer objects), and make sure those that do have these rights are careful/know what they're doing. By default, domain admin rights are needed to join a computer to the domain, or rename a domain-joined computer. A naming ...


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Go to System Preferences → Network, select your Wi-Fi service and click Advanced…. Enable Require administrator authorization to: Change networks.                                             This will then require the username and password of an administrator on the computer to change wireless network, however this does not prevent an Ethernet connection ...


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Yes, just connect two network devices directly with a cable (these days, it doesn't need to be a cross-over cable, thanks to Auto MDI-X ). Give them both IP addresses in an unused range (like 10.0.0.50 and 10.0.0.51). It should just work, without the need to add a route.


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You can use KidLogger Application for this. It will log all user activities. You can create a cron to copy logs generated by KidLogger to local server. Download KidLogger


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Turns out that your private keys can't have a .pem extension. If I remove the extension from my private keys then they are successfully cached by ssh-agent. It's also necessary to have a matching public key with the same name but with a .pub extension.


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This is happening because you are using the -a option to rsync. One setting that '-a' turns on is '-g', preserve group. The folder or file you are transferring from the remote machine is owned by group id (gid) 100. On your machine, gid 100 is '_lpoperator'. You can verify this by runninggrep _lpoperator /etc/group. That will show the actual group id of ...


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https://wiki.ncsa.illinois.edu/display/ITS/Kerberos+on+Mac+OS+X+10.7+and+later I used this howto sited above and others like it on my yosemite workstation. I have a centos7 server with IPA on virtual box and kinit and klist work. I ssh'd afterwards and wasn't automatically ssh'd into the centos/ipa server on the virtual box guest verifying sso. This was ...


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Neither of the above answers worked for me; probably something to do with Yosemite. The following worked for me: PYTHONPATH=/usr/local/Cellar/ansible/1.8.2/libexec/lib/python2.7/site-packages/ \ easy_install -ad ${PYTHONPATH} passlib After this, I was able to enter encrypted passwords into var_prompt's.



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