If you require Full Disk Encryption for all laptops in your organization then don’t forget to calculate the costs of doing so. There is the chance that you might not need to provided you can control what company assets can leave the environment, but the cost of implementing a solution to do so might outweigh the cost of purchasing FDE software for the Mac populace…
krypted January 30th, 2008
Let’s see – Colt Brennan vs. the Bulldogs. Am I the only one excited? I mean, we have a tendency of walking into a game like this and overlooking the team (West Virginia, Boston College) but I think we’re going to walk into this game prepared!
krypted January 29th, 2008
Posted In: Football
Hiding an admin user is a fairly straight forward task in Mac OS X. To do so, open Terminal and run the following command:
defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow Hide500Users -bool YES
defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow Hide500Users -bool NO
krypted January 28th, 2008
passwd can change passwords. dscl can also change a password for an account (in this case the cedge account) using the passwd extension:
dscl . -passwd /Users/cedge
krypted January 27th, 2008
Raw mode. That’s how you edit the local directory store when the system isn’t running. Have fun.
krypted January 26th, 2008
To determine where a given change has replicated, use the following command:
<Name of DC> is the host name of the domain controller you want to check for the replicated parameters.
krypted January 25th, 2008
Posted In: Windows Server
Confidence is confidence inspiring. Be confident in an interview but not cocky.
krypted January 24th, 2008
Posted In: Interviewing
How do I know what arguments were used when launching slapd?
the /var/run/slapd.args file
krypted January 23rd, 2008
Posted In: Mac OS X Server
krypted January 22nd, 2008
Rookie mistake = renting a car in China Town…
krypted January 21st, 2008