In a recent security event, an unauthorized party launched a phishing campaign impersonating our superintendent. To preempt a flood of support tickets and enhance our organization’s cybersecurity posture, we swiftly took action to eliminate the malicious email from all user mailboxes across the network. I discovered the most straightforward approach was utilizing O365 Defender. You […]
To reset the root password on Ubuntu 22.04, you can follow these steps: mount -o remount,rw / passwd root reboot -f Note that resetting the root password in this way can be a security risk if someone gains physical access to your system. It is recommended to use other security measures, such as encryption and
Connect the Micro-B USB cable to your machine. Now you’ll need to setup the eth port on your machine by configuring RNDIS If Windows can’t find the driver automatically, go to Windows Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Local Area Connection. To emulate a network connection from USB, you need the RNDIS driver.
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) is a simple file transfer protocol that is often used to transfer configuration files and firmware images between networked devices. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the steps to install and set up TFTP on Ubuntu 22.04. Step 1: Installing TFTP Server To install the TFTP server on
Fixing Slow Loading Pages and Graphs in LibreNMS by Removing Unicast Port Monitoring from Port Polling
If you’re managing a network with a mixed environment of HP and Juniper switches, you may already be familiar with the power of LibreNMS, a popular network monitoring tool that provides real-time insights into network performance. However, if you’re in the process of rolling out more Juniper EX3400 switches and have noticed a sudden decrease
Recently I’ve been working on staff account creation automation and wanted to use employee IDs as the unique identifier. So before I could unleash my script to create accounts I needed to populate all existing users with their IDs. Here is a script I wrote that can be easily adjusted to update other AD attributes
I’m currently in the process of of extracting every mailbox from exchange .edb and exporting them to individual PST’s per user. Started doing this by hand and it was taking forever. Here is the process I used to streamline it. Exporting PSTs We purchased a copy of Stellar Repair for Exchange then exported mailboxes as
After recently updating Ubuntu and our packages I noticed the icons are now static and no longer animating. I corrected this by updating the attribute in xymonserver.cfg. Let’s edit the config file: Find “XYMONSKIN=” and modify it to: Save the file and restart the service.
I currently use Adaxes to manage all our AD/Exchange accounts and have a report built to find accounts missing staff photos. I’ve wanted to streamline this process as currently we have our front off staff take staff photos when they’re onboarded then dump the photos into a network share. In doing some account clean up
I’ve been noticing some application errors on our file server “VSS (7001)”. These are due to volume shadow copy which is enabled in disk management per drive. My issue is from not disabling VSS on drives I’ve removed so the task schedule is still trying to run. How to Fix The Error First lets list