Before Configuration Manager can publish site data to Active Directory Domain Services, the Active Directory schema must be extended to create the necessary classes and attributes, the System Management container must be created, and the primary site serverâ€™s computer account must be granted full control of the System Management container and all of its child objects. Each site publishes its own site-specific information to the System Management container within its domain partition in the Active Directory schema.
ln -s [TARGET DIRECTORY OR FILE] ./[SHORTCUT] For example: ln -s /usr/local/apache/logs ./logs This points a symbolic link “./logs” to “/usr/local/apache/logs”
Here are simple ways to package, compress and uncompressed files in linux. For simplicity, only the basic parameters were used from the sample issued commands. Let us change folder first and go to /tmp temporary and create 3 zero-sized files. # cd /tmp # touch file1 file2 file3 Now, do our thing # zip zipped.zip [...]
SSH login without passwordYou want to use Linux and OpenSSH to automize your tasks. Therefore you need an automatic login from host A / user b to Host B / user b. You don’t want to enter any passwords, because you want to call ssh from a within a shell script. How to do it [...]
This document assumes working knowledge of the Windows Registry. It is possible to render your computer useless by incorrectly modifying the Registry. Caution is advisedâ€¦ Settings pertaining to Windows NT will say Win NT. All others refer to Win9x 1.Â Â Â Remove unwanted items from Control Panel | Add/Remove programs 2.Â Â Â Changing Icons for Desktop Items [...]
Change the default application install path Change the default Win2000 install path A warmer welcome Tell Win2000 where to find the service pack files Remove Unwanted programs from Add/Remove Programs Open My Computer icon in Explorer view Keep the Print Spooler service from displaying dialog boxes Stop Print Job Logging in the Event Log Disable [...]
Setting up a repository: svnadmin create /usr/local/svn/newrepos Import files into repository: svn import /import/dir file:///usr/local/svn/newrepos/projectname -m “comment” List files in a repository tree: svn list file:///usr/local/svn/newrepos/projectname svn ls #while in sandbox svn ls -v # verbose Checkout a directory: svn checkout “http://host:port/path” svn co http://host:port/path svn checkout file:///path/to/repos svn checkout file:///localhost/path/to/repos svn checkout svn+ssh://host/path/to/repos Check [...]
Before configuring, you must have development versions of the given packages installed. For example, for mcrypt support, you must install mcrypt-devel. In the list below, this applies to zlib-devel, libxml2-devel, mysql-devel, bzip2-devel, httpd-devel, and mhash-devel. Some configure options below didn’t require a development version. View configure options ./configure –help Many configure options allow an optional [...]
How to check Windows NT, 2000, and XP Computers (workstations and servers) for missing security fixes.
Hfnetchk.exe – Is a utility from Microsoft that checks Windows NT, 2000, and XP Computers (workstations and servers) for missing security fixes. Â It is a command line utility that is run from a command prompt. Â For a full description of Hfnetchk see the MS links below. Note: A company called Shavlik Technologies is the company [...]
In a Windows 2000 domain environment, all of the domain controllers are piers. Â There are no PDCs and BDCs that you find in a Windows NT domain. Â All Windows 2000 domain controllers contain a writable replica (or copy) of the Active Directory Database, and unlike the hierarchical server structure in a Windows NT domain (the [...]
Basic steps: – Install OS (WinNT or 2000) on your Master build PC – Install Apps and configure PC – Run Sysprep (with the optional sysprep.inf file). You run Sysprep from a command line. – Shut down the PC – Run your PC imaging software (usually from a bootable disk) to create a disk image. [...]
What are Group Policies? Group Policies are settings that can be applied to Windows computers, users or both. Â In Windows 2000 there are hundreds of Group Policy settings. Group Policies are usually used to lock down some aspect of a PC. Â Whether you don’t want users to run Windows Update or change their Display Settings, [...]
The linux command “useradd” creates a new user or update default new user information from your linux box.By default behaviour, useradd does many other default things besides from creating the user account. Man says: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ When invoked without the -D option, the useradd command creates a new user account using the values specified on the [...]
First step is to make sure your windows partition is not currently mounted.Let’us use an alternative way like # df -ah which shows file system disk space usage. Sample result ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00 17G 13G 3.7G 78% / proc 0 0 0 – /proc sysfs 0 0 0 – [...]