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    Poll: My vote... get rid of 'em.. Although my vote...

    My vote... get rid of 'em..

    Although my vote probably won't mean that much because I don't frequent AO anymore, but I just don't really see what rep points are doing for the site. While I was...
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    Poll: At work, I'll switch to Vista fairly soon after...

    At work, I'll switch to Vista fairly soon after it's released - at some point, Vista will be the OS in which my users are working on, so I'll get in on the ground floor so I can be ready to work with...
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    I wish I knew the answer to that - I know that in...

    I wish I knew the answer to that - I know that in the past, FF wouldn't autoupdate from say 1.04 to something like 1.5.0.7, so I'm wondering if the 'major' releases won't? As soon as I heard the...
  4. I'm thinking timeout or keep-alive issues - have...

    I'm thinking timeout or keep-alive issues - have you ensured that each site has the identical vpn configs..

    While you're checking the configs, take a look at your timeout settings - make sure they...
  5. Yup, just overlooked both - appreciate it...

    Yup, just overlooked both - appreciate it...
  6. I've not been around here much as of late so...

    I've not been around here much as of late so maybe I missed something, but with this new upgrade did AntiPoints go bye-bye?

    The new layout/forum isn't horrible, it's just taking some getting used...
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    We are using RealVNC - on each workstation the...

    We are using RealVNC - on each workstation the RealVNC server is installed by default. I can use the RealVNC viewer or the Java-based viewer listening on port 5800 (although not as effective IMO). ...
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    Had a ton of these showing up today as well -...

    Had a ton of these showing up today as well - spam filters were catching them all, but nevertheless, we received a large amount of them... If you can add *test* to your filters, or I noticed that...
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    Hmmm, apparently not that random, one of the...

    Hmmm, apparently not that random, one of the rouge emails that I found had the exact same Subject - maybe the subject is random only within the confines of a defined list?
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    First one showed up here at my work today as...

    First one showed up here at my work today as well...

    I'm very curious to see what the point of this one is - just hoping it's not a precursor to a broader attack...


    EDIT:
    Is everyone that is...
  11. Thread: Static IP?

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    Ok, I see... So essentially, your hosting all of...

    Ok, I see... So essentially, your hosting all of these sites behind one IP address (in this case, it is either dynamic or static)? Not knowing your exact network setup, I can tell you that what you...
  12. Thread: Static IP?

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    Generally speaking, it is a good idea to have...

    Generally speaking, it is a good idea to have static IP's to run websites and/or services such as FTP, email, etc. However, you can still operate websites and said services from a dynamic IP address...
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    Still vulnerable to what, exactly? Have you...

    Still vulnerable to what, exactly?

    Have you checked Bugtraq to see if there are any vulnerabilities associated with the newest version of Yahoo Messenger?
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    LOL, I love reading these stories! Soda, I take...

    LOL, I love reading these stories! Soda, I take it from your message that you have played with these guys before? If so, I'm sure you know about the risks associated with stringing these guys...
  15. Along the lines of 'loyalty' cards, the 'Players...

    Along the lines of 'loyalty' cards, the 'Players Clubs' that most casinos, big and small, are offering these days. They track your gambling, hotel usage, etc. info all over the place...
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    Not knowing the specifics of the 'other'...

    Not knowing the specifics of the 'other' companys' networks, from what you say, it sounds as if the problem will be on their end. Several other companies are connecting through the PPTP VPN you have...
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    Hey Blunt, me again :) Has this company been...

    Hey Blunt, me again :)

    Has this company been able to successfully connect to your firewall via the PPTP VPN recently? I know you just got all of this set up, but have they made any successful...
  18. I agree with Synja - when I do system lockdowns,...

    I agree with Synja - when I do system lockdowns, it consists of mostly making registry changes, implementing certain security policies by using either secpol, domain security policies, etc. I feel...
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    Have you tried to see if you disjoin the server...

    Have you tried to see if you disjoin the server from the old domain?
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    First and foremost, I don't understand why you...

    First and foremost, I don't understand why you can't simply deny access to YOUR computer by your sister and HER friends? But I'm not in your situation and therefore can't speak on that subject...
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    Your VPN service rule is where their access is...

    Your VPN service rule is where their access is limited...

    On your service rule, the following is what you should have:

    Incoming Tab - Enabled and Allowed
    From: CompanyA, CompanyB

    To: ...
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    You don't have to set anything up as far as NAT -...

    You don't have to set anything up as far as NAT - the VPN service that you add on the Firebox will take care of allowing access from the outside, through the VPN tunnel, to your internal server...
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    If you setup your connection like I just posted,...

    If you setup your connection like I just posted, you will effectively limit those VPN users to just being able to access the one server you have defined.
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    Here's a quick way to create VPN access for your...

    Here's a quick way to create VPN access for your partner companies - I'm hoping that the set up screens on your FBIII are similar to the ones I'm used to.

    From Remote User Setup, PPTP setup tab -...
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    Allright, this one should be fairly easy - how...

    Allright, this one should be fairly easy - how are you trying to let the partner companies in? Are you setting up an IPSEC tunnel between you and the others, are you allowing users from the...
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