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Jun
26
reviewed Looks OK Using Powershell to update users home directory
Jun
26
reviewed No Action Needed TortoiseSVN missing file in update
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed email MX records in Google cloud DNS
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed ruleset iptables- user defined chains
Jun
20
comment Auditing in linux
You're asking a couple of different questions here. First user auditing through what commands are being run. I'm pretty sure we can do that with auditd but I'll have to do some research. The other question is a file auditing through a FIM. I'd split these out for better results. Also check out pur sister site for Information Security folks at security. stackexchange.com
Jun
18
reviewed Close Nvidia proprietary driver crashes CentOS 6.6
Jun
18
reviewed Close Monitoring Processes in Detail - not summarized
Jun
18
reviewed Close NIC seems slow, even on 100Mb/s full duplex
Jun
18
reviewed Close Google Chrome says my SSL uses outdated security settings but other site tests disagree
Jun
18
reviewed Close chef nagios monitor node outside VPC in AWS
Jun
18
reviewed Close A proper way to create a chrooted SSH on CentOS 7
Jun
18
reviewed Close How to capture Rsync temp files?
Jun
18
reviewed Close What happens when the swap folder on your harddrive is full?
Jun
18
reviewed Close (VPS Cloud) Site goes down, htacces modified, i think due to high traffic
Jun
18
reviewed Close Real one-time passwords (OTP) on Linux other than S/Key?
Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
May
23
comment DNS event ID 4000 on SBS 2011
While this answer may be factually correct it would be much more useful if you explained what this command does.
May
23
reviewed No Action Needed Change the default location for “Have Disk” when installing drivers
May
22
awarded  Yearling
May
16
reviewed No Action Needed grubby fatal error: unable to find a suitable template