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Nothing in .htaccess can affect a domain outside of your control. You have a couple options. Self-host the gtag.js file, which is possible but not recommended. Proxy the gtag.js file, adding your own headers to it. This addresses the main concern (updates) from the above doc. Ignore it. It's essentially a false-positive; Google has presumably intentionally ...


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I suspect @HBruijn is right and you have some unruly neighbours, which you can't fix. Here are some suggestions for moving forward. Sign up to the mailop mailing list (yes, I know the cert is expired; the mailing list still works). This is a list for mail server operators which includes representatives from the big email senders and receivers. Lurk for a ...


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This is your solution Before check if your firewall is set correctly. 1 - Go to the VM instances page in Google Cloud Platform console. 2 - Click on the instance for which you want to add a startup script. 3 - Click the Edit button at the top of the page. 4 - Click on ‘Enable connecting to serial ports’ 5 - Under Custom metadata, click Add item. 6 - ...


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A) There's no hard ceiling for projects' quota, but any quota increase has to be requested on [1]. Regularly, you may get from 5-10 projects to 50 or more, but if you need even more, then it will depend upon your usage of the service and other considerations to grant your organization an higher quota. There's a FAQ that would help you have a better idea ...


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Let's Encrypt verifies that the domain is owned by you. To do that it will retrieve a file from an URL from your domain, in this case http://example.com/.well-known/acme-challenge/MFEvXhKDwEPPKmNM1EyGky1YG9mAvH0e7i0Z_gqsbUc. It seems certbot can't figure this out from your apache configuration. Try this instead sudo certbot --webroot --webroot-path /var/...


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Alioua is correct. I understand where you're trying to refer to the document but that would only work if it the directories were local. If you're using CircleCI, you'd be better off using a service account and assign it the correct IAM permissions. Although a normal rsync would work, you could also use gcloud compute scp or gcloud compute copy-files. ...


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After some tweaking with the configs, I managed to find a setup that works: ### OmniAuth Settings ###! Docs: https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/integration/omniauth.html gitlab_rails['omniauth_enabled'] = true gitlab_rails['omniauth_allow_single_sign_on'] = ['google_oauth2'] # gitlab_rails['omniauth_sync_email_from_provider'] = 'google_oauth2' gitlab_rails['...


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You need to make sure that your kubernetes cluster has the correct permissions for logging and monitoring. To have a properly running cluster, the kubernetes master needs the following oauth scopes (the latter two are for stackdriver): compute-rw (https://www.googleapis.com/auth/compute) storage-ro (https://www.googleapis.com/auth/devstorage.read_only) ...


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Found the issue here: https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/troubleshooting/known-issues#keyexpired So you just need to run this before to apt-get update: curl https://packages.cloud.google.com/apt/doc/apt-key.gpg | sudo apt-key add -


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In brief, yes, Google firewalls GCP instances using the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) default firewall rules. By default, the only externally originating traffic these rules allow is SSH to port 22, RDP to port 3389, and ICMP (ping). In particular, if you're running a web server, you're going to need to add a VPC firewall rule that allows inbound traffic on ...


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There are a bunch of good tools on https://mxtoolbox.com/ for checking blacklists. Here's an article on how to get off of Gmail's list: https://www.rackaid.com/blog/gmail-blacklist-removal/ I used to have to contact each blacklist provider and beg :) Good luck.


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You will either need a separate gateway device between the handoff (I like to use a little 8 port layer 3 switch) and the SonicWALL or you will need to configure the SonicWALL with a second network to use your static assignment on. Please see the diagram shown here to see the second solution: https://support.google.com/fiber/answer/6136162?hl=en


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Other than the default firewall rules which you should be able to observe through VPC Network > Firewall rules, no other firewall rule is applied on the compute instance. You will need to configure/enable the appropriate firewall rules and if necessary use ufw.


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In regards to the email stating that your services are suspended for doing cryptocurrency mining, you will have to respond to that email and communicate with the team in charge of that department. On my end, I tested the Google Sheets API turned on, while the Google Compute API and Google Service Account API were turned off. The latter did not turn itself ...


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You might be using a Route based tunnel in GCP which will advertise 0.0.0.0/0 by default as interesting traffic or Encryption domain. I suggest using a policy based tunnel and only advertise 172.0.99.0/24 and 172.0.100.0/24 as needed.


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I just spent an hour trying to figure this out. No one had discussed in any forum, so this is the best place to put what I figured out so that it's internet-searchable for the next guy. If you want to downvote me to oblivion for posting like this, go ahead. But from one IT person to another, I'd ask you to just ignore this, let it archive, and let the ...


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Given GCP has a cloud VPN product, no you don't need to run your own to get onto their network.


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I can recommend CLOUD FILESTORE to achieve this. You need to be in the same VPC (or use a VPN). So from on-prem, you would need a VPN connection to use filestore.


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The Organization resource is closely associated with a G Suite OR Cloud Identity account so if you want to use organization without using G suite the only way is to use cloud Identity. Also, it is not possible to invite users to the cloud project without them having an account before. You need to have an account through cloud identity. Cloud Organization ...


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You do not need to enable Organizations to use Google Cloud. To enable users to use your Google Cloud Platform, they will need a Google Account. This is not the same as a Google G Mail account or Google G Suite account. Have the new users create an account. Then add them to your Google Cloud Platform using IAM. Google Accounts You can also use Google ...


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Maybe you could run the oauth2_proxy in front of your web app. A reverse proxy and static file server that provides authentication using Providers (Google, GitHub, and others) to validate accounts by email, domain or group.


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Maybe you should configure your browser correctly, if you use firefox, simply go to Options --> General --> Network Proxy --> Settings , and in the No Proxy for section, clear localhost, 127.0.0.1.


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I found the fix for me. A recent update has a known issue where it removes the default gateway from the iptables. To fix it, I have to go to the instance and select Edit. Scroll down, and under Custom Metadata put the following: key: startup-script value: route add default gw <gatewayIP> eth0 Save and restart the VM.


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