Schneller Restore von gelöschten Ordnern in MS Exchange

 

Gelöschte öffentliche Ordner lassen sich in Outlook noch einige Tage nach dem löschen mit einem von Microsoft zur Verfügung gestellten
die gelöschten Objekte in öffentlichen Ordnern wiederherzustellen.
Dieses Programm liegt unterhalb des Exchange-Programm-Verzeichnisses unter
bin\ExFolders.exe. Mit diesem kann man (z.B. Herr Höffle) sich auf den
Exchange-Server verbinden und dort in dem betroffenen Pfad mittels
Rechtsklick die Option „Show deleted Subfolders“ auswählen.

Aerohive AP Status Colors

erohive wireless status LED color codes
Aerohive wireless status LED color codes

A handy reference from the Aerohive team to the Aerohive wireless status LED color codes that indicate what the Aerohive unit is up to:

base64 aerohive colour codes1 Aerohive wireless status LED color codes

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Blue – HiveAP is booting

Green – IP obtained via ethernet and may be securely connected to HiveManager

Yellow – IP obtained via Wireless Mesh and may be securely connected to HiveManager

White – HiveAP is managed by HiveManager and the configuration or OS Update has been applied.

Purple – HiveAP HiveOS software image is being updated.

Under normal operating conditions you would expect the status LED of the unit to be white, indicating a successful connection to the HiveManager.

Lifehacker.com on why and where to enable two factor authentication

Source: http://lifehacker.com/5938565/heres-everywhere-you-should-enable-two+factor-authentication-right-now

evan hahns list of two-factor authentication list: http://evanhahn.com/2fa/

 

Two-factor authentication is one of the best things you can do to make sure your accounts don’t get hacked. We’ve talked about it a bit before, but here’s a list of all the popular services that offer it, and where you should go to turn it on right now.

We originally published this post in August of 2012, but a lot of our favorite sites have added two-factor authentication since then. So, we’ve decided to update the post with all the new options (and keep it updated going forward). Thanks to Evan Hahn for his great list as well.

What Is Two-Factor Authentication?

Passwords, unfortunately, aren’t as secure as they used to be, and if someone gets your password, they can access your account without any fuss. Even having a strong password doesn’t completely protect you. Two-factor authentication solves this problem.

Google’s spam guru, Matt Cutts, put it best: two-factor authentication is a simple feature that asks for more than just your password. It requires both „something you know“ (like a password) and „something you have“ (like your phone). After you enter your password, you’ll get a second code sent to your phone, and only after you enter it will you get into your account. Think of it as entering a PIN number, then getting a retina scan, like you see in every spy movie ever made. It’s a lot more secure than a password (which is very hackable), and keeps unwanted snoopers out of your online accounts.

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Once again – password suggestion

Quelle: http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/676-user-training-creating-good-passwords

 

Most users don’t have good passwords because they don’t understand how to create them. This how to provides some tips to help create secure passwords in a format that is ready to provide to your users as part of a training packet.
1.
Avoid Dictionary Words

First of all, avoid using dictionary words, this includes words from science fiction dictionaries, foreign dictionaries, and dictionaries of common names. Even obscure words from science fiction or fantasy worlds are in special dictionaries and are guessed.

2.
Avoid appending a number to a dictionary word

Most people think that appending a number to a dictionary word makes their password stronger. This is false, avoid simply adding numbers to common words.

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How to Save/Capture an Adobe Connect Recording

How to Save/Capture an Adobe Connect Recording

There is a simple way to save or capture all of the individual elements which comprise an Adobe Connect recording on the web. To do so, simply add the following to the end of the URL for the Adobe Connect recording you wish to save:

/output/filename.zip?download=zip

An example is show below:

Original URL: https://www.example.com/p10101010
Modified URL: https://www.example.com/p10101010/output/filename.zip?download=zip

After creating the modified URL simply browse to it (press the Enter key, press the „Go“ button, etc.), then choose a filename and a location to save the resulting .ZIP archive file. This archive will be populated with .FLV files for the audio/video elements and .XML files for the textual elements.

Updating a single ESXi 5.0 Host with escli

Quelle: Brian Atkinson`s Blog

Updating ESXi 5 – Single use esxcli How To
Gepostet von vmroyale am 15.09.2011 08:52:02

This is a modernized version of the „Single use vihostupdate How To for ESXi 4.x, which was a modernized version of the „Single use ESXUPDATE How To for ESX 4“ post I wrote a long time ago. With vSphere 5, vihostupdate and esxupdate are not applicable for ESXi 5. We instead will need to use the esxcli command to apply the updates to our ESXi 5 hosts.

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