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yes it is talking about the credits you need to maintain your EC-Council certifications, so if you are or become a CEH you need to achieve 120 credits every 3 years, you dont get 120 credits for...
a CPE is usually equivalent to an hour of (study, seminar, writing, teaching etc)
But the exam itself is not considered a CPE in itself as far as i know, basically you would submit a reasonable...
If you are CISA then log into your account at http://www.isaca.org/Certification/CISA-Certified-Information-Systems-Auditor/Pages/Maintain-Your-CISA.aspx and it tells you when your CPE's are due.
November 7th, 2009 03:41 AM
Epiphany wins hands down every time for me.
IE sucks of course cause it is windows based for a start, Firefox is so Resource intensive and suffers from flash issues.
Opera is good i must admit...
October 3rd, 2006 04:18 PM
not much information given for yur Site to Site VPN however try this
September 29th, 2006 11:47 AM
sorry i.m confused.
So you have a stand alone root CA (you cant have a enterprise root as that is depenant on AD) which should also be offline) that you want to communicate with B/C ?
September 28th, 2006 03:09 PM
Well CA's communicate via AD replication either intra site or intersite.
If your AD replication is working then there is no problem, you dont need to open a specific port for CA comms.
September 27th, 2006 10:31 AM
you said it was a program that you cant run, it doesnt soudns like surfcontrol webfilter which is a policy tool that defines what you can do and visit on the net.
It soudns more like Surfcontrol...
September 27th, 2006 10:17 AM
you need to be more specific.
could be a NT$ domain in which case you would use user manager for domains, or Windows 2000/2003 in which case you would use Active Directory USers and Computers.
September 27th, 2006 10:11 AM
We get this sort of problem all the time at work.
Try ElcomSoft Co.Ltd and download AOPR (Advanced office password recovery)
It will recover anything from office inclusing VBA, Excel, macro etc...
I will try my hardest to refrain form swearing here, which is hard when using Norton or Symantec in my thread.
I'm looking for some input from corporate usesr, network admins, etc or...
thansk for your responses, very useful. Yes ideally a multi box approach would be great and preferred, however the "BOSS" wants all in one solution in his define wisdom.
So we are...
looking for some recommendations/advice really?
our corporate network consists of 4 sites in a routed environement.
We have on corporate bastion edge firewall (ISA 2004).
It wil depend where password has been set is it on the HDD itself or in the BIOS, if it is on a dell latop for instance i recently reset the bios by using thre jumpers and this cleared the HDD...
If you only have on DC then it should be holding all the FSMO roles i wulod imagaine, it depends on your network config, need more information.
If this is the case then sounds ike AD on the DC...
As Nihil rightly pointed out there are no .pwl files on NT,2K or xp, the passwords are typically stored as encrypted hashes in the registry.
There are enumeration tools out there as i sure most of...
March 18th, 2006 10:41 PM
I had the same problem a few weeks ago at work.
I had to contact symantec who gave me a link to there FTP iste to download SAV cleansweep, it is a utility that completely removes the total...
YOu can use internet exporer, right click on it and choose run as (mnake sure you dont do this on the desktop shortcut IE but on the one in quick launch or start menu.
ONce it is running under...
February 27th, 2006 11:25 AM
riglt click on my computer, choose manage then services.
Find the windows firewall/ICS service and then click on properties. From here you can see its dependancies.
make sure they are started...
February 26th, 2006 09:26 PM
i have just recently posted a thread concerning this actually.
There are many complicated ways to do this, howeer simple tried and truted method is to do the following.
Go to the programs menu...
February 25th, 2006 02:03 PM
You said you know you have been attacked right ?
How do you know, and how and why didnt Norton prevent it (apart from it being Norton of course)
February 21st, 2006 06:35 PM
I'm sure there are loads of you guys out there who use secondary logon on your windows based networks for admin tasks.
I was playing in a test environment at work in the view of implementing some...
February 20th, 2006 10:48 PM
As tigershark states, it is highly dependant on the setup.
For a MS based network you could try pinging the ip address then using nbtstat to look at netbios resolution table
You can type...
February 20th, 2006 10:33 PM
Man this has been going on for years. There are so many slants on this its tiring to review it.
Most of the confusion comes from misleading media representatiosn as always.
I like to to use...
February 2nd, 2006 11:42 AM
Surely if you are that bothered about an antivirus solution you would pay for it. OK so they want $20 thats nothing to protect you data right, about £12 if your in the UK.
No matter what they say...