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Real Name: Chris Francy

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The Technology Service department, in addition to supporting the staff at NWESD, provides network support services to 35 K-12 school districts in Northwest Washington region.

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Sep
17
revised track down how accounts are being created with Administrative priviledges (windows 2003 R2 Enterprise)
added 345 characters in body
Sep
17
comment Where to install custom apps and data following FHS
People don't consistently follow any standard, but I would certainly not be surprised if I saw stuff in either /usr/local/* or /opt/yourorigname/*. I would be somewhat surprised by /srv for program binaries, since it is mostly for data. I would think you were evil for using /usr/share.
Sep
17
answered Method for setting up Volume Shadow Copies on Server Core
Sep
17
accepted Method for setting up Volume Shadow Copies on Server Core
Sep
17
accepted Methods to Detect version of Windows Management Framework
Sep
17
accepted Puppet sshkey collection for non-puppet systems
Sep
17
asked Monitoring DFS namespace usage
Sep
16
comment monit does not run script after “if does not exist” check
BTW, have you considered just pointing your start program at your script, or a script that sends your alert, then tries to re-start your program?
Sep
16
comment monit does not run script after “if does not exist” check
Have you read the man monit? That is basically all the docs there are for monit. The documentation the monit web site is just the most recent version of the man file.
Sep
16
comment Need Help Forcing SSL for Remote Desktop
@the-wabbit, sure but since that is the case, that sure seems like a critical detail to include in original question. If a 3rd party implements the RDP protocol or something similar, then clearly can't assume that it will use the builtin Windows certificate store, or that it will automatically use a certificate based on the name.
Sep
16
comment Need Help Forcing SSL for Remote Desktop
So if you aren't using the built-in remote desktop services, why are you assuming that the standard certificate store would be used? A quick Google search for TSPLUS SSL lead me to a document describing the creation of a Java keystore for this product. tsplus.net/support/kb/faq.php?id=35
Sep
16
comment Need Help Forcing SSL for Remote Desktop
BTW, see serverfault.com/q/241961/984
Sep
16
comment Need Help Forcing SSL for Remote Desktop
Uhm, what? Please explain that. What RDP software are you using that conflicts with using the session host?
Sep
16
comment Telnet command does not work on windows server 2008 when connecting by putty
Update your question and add some screenshots or something. It simply isn't clear to me what your problem is.
Sep
16
answered Need Help Forcing SSL for Remote Desktop
Sep
16
comment monit does not run script after “if does not exist” check
Check your assumptions about the environment. Monit is running as a services. The PATH may be different, and many other things stored in the environment may be different.
Sep
16
comment installing windows on mac from usb drive without having a dvd drive installed
Mac hardware expects to see an EFI bootloader and GUID partition table on disk type devices. The standard windows iso to usb tool builds a MBR partition table, and adds an MBR bootlader.
Sep
16
answered How do I know if *.pem is password protected using ssh-keygen?
Sep
16
comment Simple backup tape wiping, from linux shell?
I would be tempted to run a mt erase man mt
Sep
15
comment Ubuntu 14.04 hangs at “[2.688088] Switched to clocksource tsc” (Intel Pentium 4)
Go back to 12.04 and see if that works? Then try upgrading?