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bio website boldbrick.com
location Prague, Czech Republic
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seen Dec 11 at 14:20

I'm the CEO and co-founder of BoldBrick, an ISV focused on document and content management products for SharePoint.

For a few past years I've been working in .NET / C#. During my career I worked on projects like online banking systems, compilers, database engines, or software frameworks.

Email: tucny(at)boldbrick(dot)com


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comment What are pros and cons of keeping a local administrator account in Windows 7 workstations in a domain?
+1 for your competent answer. Thanks.
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revised How to select shell language with a MUI Office 2010 install using OCT file
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comment How to select shell language with a MUI Office 2010 install using OCT file
Thanks, I will try that as soon as I will be doing any installs.
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comment How to enable connection security for WMI firewall rules when using VAMT 2.0?
That's what I considered as an alternative. I don't have a clue how connection security settings work in Windows Firewall so that's why I'm asking how to secure the connection at the first place :-)
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asked How to enable connection security for WMI firewall rules when using VAMT 2.0?
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comment “Brute force attempt” on sending multiple emails
This is rather a system administration question regarding anti-spamming policies of your hosting provider and not a programming question.
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answered SharePoint crashed after sysprep
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comment What are pros and cons of keeping a local administrator account in Windows 7 workstations in a domain?
Having a unique password for each machine is generally a good idea; however, it's a security/complexity tradeoff. I'm speaking about ~10 machines. Also, I'd recommend using a password manager like KeePass. My primary concern rather is whether I'd ever need a local admin account once the machine is in a domain -- whether this is a frequently used measure or not.