Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain | 1337 Admin

Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain

Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain One daunting task is Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain. Since you can only set a maximum of 50 cached logons via group policy (GPO) you may want to proactively monitor your user logons to prevent possible future headaches for both you and your users. […]

Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain | 1337 Admin

configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux

Configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux Configuring VNC Server in Linux can be problematic at times. The goal of this article is to show a couple of things to check as well as other helpful links when troubleshooting, and truly configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux If this article has helped you […]

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change network type in the windows Registry

How to change network type in the windows Registry   If you see that the network type is Public in the Network and Sharing Center like below and you need to change this follow the easy to follow instructions below: Then open Regedit and browse to the following parent key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Profiles\ Open the network profile that […]

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Allow Chrome to load insecure content

Allow Chrome to load insecure content To allow Chrome to load insecure content all the time could be very dangerous, however you can accomplish this two ways. First you could just of course click on the shield and then tell it to allow but this is time consuming especially if debugging a site. I think […]

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How to run a powershell script silently

How to run a powershell script silently Running a powershell script silently can be handy at times, especially if you schedule a task to run your scripts and want them to stay in the background instead of cluttering up your desktop environment. This has been useful with some of my monitoring scripts such as scraping modem […]