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Mar
18
comment How risky is storing credentials on disk in a Powershell SecureString?
@Zoredache thanks for that - can you make it an answer?
Mar
18
comment How risky is storing credentials on disk in a Powershell SecureString?
I'm running a script as me, but I want to be able to import lync commands from a remote session within my scripts. It's also a potential issue with storing passwords to use DSC when building new domains.
Mar
18
comment How risky is storing credentials on disk in a Powershell SecureString?
Real reason I'm considering this is that I couldn't find any way to use the current powershell hosts credentials to pass to a cmdlet.
Mar
18
comment How risky is storing credentials on disk in a Powershell SecureString?
@hopelessnoob doesn't make it safe, but it might bbe safe enough if it's in a building with multiple swipe access to get to your desk.
Mar
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asked How risky is storing credentials on disk in a Powershell SecureString?
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accepted Protecting credentials in Desired State Configuration using certificates
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comment Why might wsusutil export to a .xml.gz file produce a 0 byte output?
Does that patch fix the xml coming out as 0 or just let you use the xml format?
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asked Why might wsusutil export to a .xml.gz file produce a 0 byte output?
Oct
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comment How to keep System Center Endpoint Protection 2012 updated on a disconnected network?
The virus definitions are here so it is a valid answer, but after standing the WSUS server up I found the SCEP virus definitions in the WSUS catalog.
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asked How to keep System Center Endpoint Protection 2012 updated on a disconnected network?
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