Hello everyone, This is a basic overview of the reasonable malware defensive strategy that everyone in business should have. Some will have more, but no one should have less. This basic information is likely known by all, or so I thought but this week I learned different. So what I describe here is a defense … Continue reading Malware Defensive Strategy
Wow. I am impressed. The LI 2.0 upgrade was quick and smooth - even though I was using a beta build. And the polish, and elegance is amazing. I know many of the dev team on this product - I worked a lot with Chengdu and Jay, as well as with Spiros, Steve and Jon. … Continue reading Log Insight 2.0 Upgrade – Wow!!
Hello all, I am a few days late on this. VMware released a patch for the 5.5 U1 NFS APD issue that I reported to you some time ago (April 19th in fact). The original KB article is here but you just need to use VUM to update your hosts and you will have protected … Continue reading Alert – NFS APD issue has patch now
Hello everyone, I have written on Win2K12 and templates before. Templates in vSphere are very powerful and important but have started to get complicated in Windows 2008 and frustrating in Windows 2012. The reason for this is that I like customizing the template with updated Windows configuration settings and utilities installed. This means turning off … Continue reading More on Windows 2012 Templates – answers!
Hello all, I hope everyone had an interesting week - I did and of course it makes things more fun! Had a wonderful dinner last night on the best balcony of the city, and at one of the best restaurants too - called River Cafe. Highly recommended. Finally figured out Win2K12 templates but have not … Continue reading Newsletter: June 7, 2014
Hello all, I upgraded my lab recently to Patch 4 of Veeam 7.0 R2 and it was smooth but since I use and like Veeam I thought I would share how the upgrade went. Here is what I did before the actual upgrade. I took this opportunity to upgrade Adobe and MS before I started … Continue reading Veeam 7.0 Patch 4 Upgrade – smooth!
Hi all, I used to use BusyCal as a replacement to the Apple Calendar when I was hooked up to Zimbra and things were not perfect. BusyCal actually knew what Zimbra was and worked good. I switched back to BusyCal recently to improve my experience with Google Calendar. Since I changed to Postbox and it … Continue reading BusyCal and Google – great combination!