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If you are already a tmux user, you might enjoy tmux-ssh


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Tech Addict mentions it already but i think the issue goes further. If you use system that are not administrated by yourself, the system administrator can generally get all the access that he desires if he is willing to put some effort into it (which most often isn't even needed). This is the reason why system administrators are by far the most trusted ...


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Ansible has ability to do ad hoc commands and is also expandable to do full config management. The ability to match based on groups is excellent. http://docs.ansible.com/intro_adhoc.html


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All hail to the poster of the last comment. It works. Get the pswidowsupdate files from the web & unzip them. Then import the module & run this code (the invoke-wsuinstall.ps1 file has the sample code but I removed a bit from it and it still works): $Script = {Get-WUInstall -AcceptAll -AutoReboot | Out-File C:\PSWindowsUpdate.log} Invoke-WUInstall ...


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Perhaps the SSL handshake failed , You Could Check if the private Key is missing, or broken ... I suggest using this Diag tool to help you Spot the issue (of course depending on your IIS) Below is For IIS 7: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vijaysk/archive/2009/09/20/ssl-diagnostics-tool-for-iis-7.aspx And you can also capture a network trace from the client or ...


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The browser errorpage that you posted says it quite clearly - the SSL certificate the box serves is invalid for the domain name you access it with. The web server seems fine, Anywhere Access is not working because the certificate is invalid. Have the server set up with a valid certificate containing all the domains the server is supposed to be accessed ...


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It's not even a VMware issue, really, because if you're running Windows there are ways to view another user's desktop session without their knowledge, and if you're in Linux there are variants of X11 and Xfree86/x.org that can do it. If you use the VMware vSphere client to view your VM through VMware Remote Console, and someone else opens a remote console ...



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