Microsoft Active Directory Cached Credentials

On Microsoft Active Directory environments, Cached credentials allow a user to access machine resources when a domain controller is unavailable. After a successful domain logon, a form of the logon information is cached. Later, a user can log on to the computer by using the domain account, even if the domain controller that authenticated the user is unavailable. Because the user has already been authenticated, Read More …

Setup Chroot SFTP in Linux (Allow Only SFTP, not SSH)

If you want to setup an account on your system that will be used only to transfer files (and not Read More …

SELinux – disable temporarily or permanently

Security-enhanced Linux (SELinux) is an implementation of a mandatory access control mechanism. This mechanism is in the Linux kernel, checking Read More …

Set an Environment Variable in Windows – Command Line and Registry

Environment variables are not often seen directly when using Windows. However there are cases, especially when using the command line, Read More …

Cannot start Exchange Management Shell – Error: Cannot determine the content type of http response…

After applied Exchange 2010 SP3 and Rollup 2 for Exchange 2010 SP3 on Mailbox Server Role server only, Exchange management Read More …