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May
5
comment Spaces in SETX PATH command
That's great! (in an awful soul-sucking kind of way - I hate Windows batch-file programming). Thank you.
Nov
30
comment How can my my batch file determine whether I'm on my work network?
@tomjedrz: I think the -w option controls how long to wait for the ping to respond, not how long to wait for name resolution. It still takes several seconds for it to fail when I use -w 5.
Nov
30
comment How can my my batch file determine whether I'm on my work network?
I didn't see this answer before I posted my ping idea. This approach seems a bit indirect -- try something that should only work on a certain network. I was wondering if there was something more direct -- a file or environment variable that can be tested. Perhaps there isn't.
Aug
10
comment Audit SQL Server 2005 when accessed by multiple clients as sa
Splitting the task into two is a good idea. I'll first determine what clients are connecting to the server and give them each unique logins, then I'll set their permissions.
Jul
20
comment How to update SSL certificate with Tomcat 5.5
You nailed it. It turns out the client had created a new private key and CSR and hadn't mentioned that fact. Thanks!
Jul
20
comment How to update SSL certificate with Tomcat 5.5
When I try that, I get this error: keytool error: java.lang.Exception: Public keys in reply and keystore don't match
Jun
12
comment How do you secure your mobile computers?
I agree about the docs. When you actually do it, the on-screen instructions make this clear.
Jun
12
comment How do you secure your mobile computers?
Why do you have to keep sensitive data off the disk if it's encrypted? Also, how could the "purp" use the laptop if it's encrypted? He's have to wipe the drive to install an OS, killing your RLS.
Jun
12
comment How do you secure your mobile computers?
Yes, you can recover the password. Just create a rescue disk with your admin password before handing over the laptop. The user can change the password, but you can always restore it. truecrypt.org/docs/rescue-disk