MacOS X – Managing Gatekeeper (Terminal)

Gatekeeper is a feature available on MacOS X systems to block, by default, any application that is not installed from the Apple Store, for security reasons (all apps on Apple Store are validated and certified by the original developers). Let’s see how to manage this feature on MacOS X systems by accessing to it using command line (using Terminal). Read More …

Fix Master Browser (MRXSMB) Event ID 8003

The Event ID 8003 (Master Browser) error messages, on some Windows Server systems (specially older ones) is probably one of the most searched on this environments due to the fact that this event is linked to WINS (the predecessor of DNS on Windows systems) and the Computer Browser system service (still available even on newer Windows 10 clients and Windows Server). Read More …

CentOS / RHEL 7 / Debian – Disable IPv6

If network troubleshooting leads you to believe there’s an issue with IPv6, you may need to shut down that protocol on your Linux machines. Since some hardware doesn’t take advantage of IPv6 (and most admins are still working with IPv4), a temporary and easy solution is to disable IPv6. Read More …

Enabling DNS Registration Refresh Interval

On Active Directory domains is very important that clients set automatically their own DNS names on authoritative DNS servers for Read More …