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comment Database backup encryption
Yes. Then any recipient would be able to decrypt. It also does not make encrypted file significantly larger.
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comment sendmail rejecting some connections with handshake failure: SSL alert number 40
@Joe Receiving side. I'm not sure it is still strictly required, as there's a new openssl package for RHEL5/CentOS5 released (openssl-0.9.8e-36.el5_11) which might have corrected this problem. It's still recommended though.
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comment Disable Java auto updater via policy/script or some other automated means
You do realize that these are security updates? Failing to install them is asking for trouble.
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comment Postgresql 9.3 Log Shipping on a Hot Standby
Don't use trigger file in world writable location - it's insecure. You don't need it - you can always use pg_ctl promote if you ever need to initiate failover.
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comment What is a minimal useful unattend.xml file for SysPrep on Windows 7
If I undestand correctly from UnsecureJoin documentation you need to have computer account created on server before using it. So this conflicts with "it should create random computer name" requirement.
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What do you need to change.
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comment Possible to prevent access to /tmp for a specific user via SELinux?
Maybe you could run your application in some kind of sandbox environment like docker.