One of the most annoying things I can think of is having multiple Cisco IOS terminal sessions open and then switching back over to one of the terminal windows only to find that the session has been disconnected. Here is how you fix that.
Are you a ransomware victim? The National High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) of the Netherlands’ police, the Netherlands’ National Prosecutors Office and Kaspersky Lab have been working together to fight the CoinVault ransomware campaign. During our joint investigation we have been able to obtain data that can help you to decrypt the files being held hostage on your PC.
Every once in a while a user profile will become corrupt on a Terminal Services server. When that does this procedure will show you how to dump the corrupted profile and get the user working again.
The subnet mask cheat sheet will provide you with some helpful information when constructing the foundation of your network.
Ever looked in Windows Task Manager to kill a process from the Processes tab only to find that there are 30 or so of the same processes running? Well if you are patient and have plenty of time to waste you can right-click each one of them and select “End Process” or you can do […]
Trying to figure out why the time is faster/slower on your mobile phone than your computer clock? Well if you are on a domain…
All OUs in this domain should be protected from accidental deletion
Active Directory Domain Services Best Practices Analyzer (AD DS BPA) is not able to collect data from domain name.
Your mapped drives to a network share may be disconnected after a regular interval of inactivity, and Windows Explorer may display a red “X” on the icon of the mapped drive. Accessing a program that depends on this mapped drive may fail. However, if you try to access or browse the mapped drive, it reconnects quickly.
Cleaning up (or inheriting) someone else’s CISCO mess can be very frustrating. This is just my notes and dealings with an ASA5510 that I inherited.