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End-to-end management of WinRM HTTP for PowerShell

Most organizations make heavy use of PowerShell, but it is much less common to see its remote management features deployed. It is even less common to see remote management secured using HTTPS. There are no good resources for maintaining the WinRM listener’s health, and updating the machine certificate used by the listener once the initial SSL certificate expires or is revoked. Until now! Read More

Cloud Migration | Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining

Disaster Recovery | June 16 If you think about it from a purely conceptual point of view the cloud can seem like the perfect disaster recovery platform. I have been around so many clients who have complained at length about dedicated disaster recovery location. Though most have moved past a “cold” disaster recovery model (meaning they […] Read More

the emergence of ransomeware, specifically CryptoWall ransomware

CryptoWall 4.0

A new variant of the CryptoWall ransomware is making the rounds, labeled as version 4.0. It behaves in a similar manner, arriving as an attachment to an email that the user clicks to install the malware, which begins encrypting disks and shares. Read More

Be Kind, Please…Encrypt?

Being a “child of the 80s” (and into the 90s), growing up I often enjoyed regular trips to Blockbuster where it was always so exciting to not only rent a video game or two for the weekend, but there was always this feeling of joy when a movie had just gotten released on video. Read More

Rube Goldberg & patching the enterprise with SCCM – Part 2

When patching (servers in particular) we recommend the use of Maintenance Windows (MWs). In SCCM Maintenance Windows are configuration “timers” that control the deployment of software and software updates. A given SCCM client can have multiple MWs and each are evaluated with a deployment is run on a given client. Read More

Rube Goldberg & patching the enterprise with SCCM – Part 1

Deploying software updates to the enterprise is not unlike one of these crazy cool machines. A server downloads all the updates from Microsoft, the clients scan the server for new updates that are required, then the server will create a new list of updates to push, the updates are sent to Deployment Points and a new Update Deployment is scheduled to run… Read More

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