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I've been tasked with implementing Strong Certificate Matching on Enterprise servers. After doing some research I saw that this could cause major authentication issues on Domain Controllers. Does anyone know how this is safely rolled out or has anyone does this in their environment yet? What systems does it affect?
I think a kernel mode driver is chewing up all of the memory in my company laptop.
The Task Manager shows no process using an excessive amount of memory, but by the end of the day, all 16 GB of RAM is filled up and the page file is at its max. And no, the total RAM usage of all running user mode processes doesn't add up to 16 GB.
The only thing that fixes it is to restart the system. Signing out and back in doesn't fix it.
If it is a kernel mode driver doing it, how can I track down which one it is?
The difficult we do right away...
...the impossible takes slightly longer.
Please read the message in red at the top of this page. If you have a technical question then try https://www.codeproject.com/Questions/ask.aspx[^]. But you will need to add considerably more detail. As it stands your question is far from clear.
The browser may only download the video file once and never need to fetch it again, but the RDP protocol is only seeing an always-changing area of the screen that constantly has to be sent back to the remote system, with no end in sight.
I've witnessed this first-hand, and can make an RDP connection become absolutely unusable. And it provides no value other than to "make things look pretty" to marketing weasels. I'm not kidding, this sort of thing makes my blood boil.
This is a rather complicated thing to visualize, but I could use some help configuring my router. There are really two things I'm unable to figure out.
First, I have Starlink as my provider. From their modem/earth station I cable to a small switch. That splits the signal between my PC, and the router that controls the rest of the network. That router is located in another part of the building. The router is a rather nice unit, hosting 4 network ports and a dual wireless network. The problem is that, my PC is on the wired network, and the TV is on the wireless network. I cannot get the "Cast" icon to appear when playing videos that I'd like to watch on the TV.
What's annoying is that a friend of mine has her system set up the same way, on a 15 yo primitive router, and hers works fine.
Need your help please.
I am trying to determine how best to export and import the firewall rules configured in Local Security Policy on a Windows Server Core machine. (no GUI) Neither secedit.exe nor netsh.exe seem to include firewall rules when exporting Local Security Policy. As the hypervisor is not domain connected, we can't use GPO for firewall rules.
Already Commenced host based firewall config through Local Security Policy, which will need to be exported to file and then imported into the hypervisor. As the hypervisor is Hyper-V Server, it has no GUI for managing Local Security Policy locally.
I'm currently looking for a good UEM like ManageEngine , Jump Cloud . I found Jump Cloud better but it doesn't offer support to linux machines ... Is there any service that offers cross platform support?
I mainly need to be able to Peform Patch Management , Restrict Softwares , Controlling User Account and enforcing disk encryption .
Hello everyone, there are several servers in G-Cloud. Each has an external ip address. We want to securely give employees access rights to these servers. Domain Active There are no directories, and VPNs do not have finances. How to give rights to people so that only they can connect?
Which of the below are the challenges that sysadmins face in managing end user laptops/desktops?
1. Visibility into the state of the fleet (laptops/desktops)
2. Bringing devices into the desired state
3. Making sure patches are deployed to all laptops/desktops
4. Managing configuration drifts in end user machines
5. Enforcing compliance rules on end user machines
6. Meeting auditing requirements
7. Using different tools for different OS
8. Rolling back deployed changes in case of any issues
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