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 …

Managing Uploads, Timeouts and PHP Limits in Nginx and Apache

There are software likes Apache, Nginx, PHP, and phpMyAdmin have multiple configuration settings that define and set limits to: Memory Usage (Allocation), PHP Script Run Times, Upload File Sizes. Read More …

Configure Outlook Junk Mail Filter to stop fake e-mail

The fact is that as long as junk mails has at least a tiny degree of effectiveness, say 0.0001%, spam Read More …

Limit access SSH with Match option (openSSH)

OpenSSH has a lot of nice features which let you control how it is used. For example, you can disallow Read More …

Enable NTFS long paths (Windows Server 2016) (Group Policy – Powershell)

Maximum Path Length Limitation In the Windows API (with some exceptions discussed in the following paragraphs), the maximum length for Read More …

Importing large White and Blacklists into Exchange Online Protection using Powershell

When migrating to Office 365 and setting up Exchange Online Protection (EOP), you may find that you have a large Read More …

Restrict IPC$ on SAMBA ( list of shared resources )

The IPC$ share allows users to anonymously fetch a list of shared resources from a server. It can be used Read More …

Outlook – You are attempting to attach too many files at once

When I try to add multiple attachments to my email I get the following message: “You are attempting to attach Read More …