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    We had the same problem about 6 months ago where...

    We had the same problem about 6 months ago where someone deleted the wrong OU. Luckily we use CommVault Active Directory agents on our Domain Controllers and were able to restore the OU. We had to...
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    I'm still rather new to this site. What do you...

    I'm still rather new to this site. What do you mean by troll?

    Sorry for my ignorance!
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    Thanks for the heads up! I wasn't aware of this...

    Thanks for the heads up! I wasn't aware of this case.
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    Actually this has been out for quite a while now....

    Actually this has been out for quite a while now.

    http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/18107

    http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/security/Content/2006.05.25.html

    Hope this helps!
  5. Yes, you have the option of creating a WinSyslog...

    Yes, you have the option of creating a WinSyslog server, which houses each client servers log in a SQL databse. Then there is the option to run it on a standalone machine and log activities to a log...
  6. Give this a try http://www.winsyslog.com/en/

    Give this a try

    http://www.winsyslog.com/en/
  7. What happens if you modify the syslog.conf file...

    What happens if you modify the syslog.conf file with this entry and restart the service?

    kern.=debug /var/log/iptables

    Let me know if you are having problems with this still.
  8. You can modify your /etc/syslog.conf file to...

    You can modify your /etc/syslog.conf file to point to the file that you want to use for the iptables logs.

    #Log iptables stuff to iptables log
    kern.3 /var/log/iptables
    ...
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    Thanks! I have looked into each one. GMP does...

    Thanks! I have looked into each one. GMP does sound like the way I want to go.

    However, there is one problem. I am not a c++ guru by any means. How would I go about using either one of these...
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    C++ 128-BIT Variable

    I have two machines that I am writing a program on. One is RHEL 3.0 U7 and the other is XP SP2. My XP SP2 machine has Visual C++ 6.0.

    What I am trying to do is write a program that can handle...
  11. Thank you Maestr0 and theHorse13 for your help. ...

    Thank you Maestr0 and theHorse13 for your help. I was able to setup the automated chroot patching. Setting up RPM in the chroot was all I needed. I did not go as far as setting up up2date in the...
  12. Thanks Maestr0 for the suggestion. I tried this,...

    Thanks Maestr0 for the suggestion. I tried this, but for some reason I had to specify the full path where my rpms were located.

    ex. rpm -ivh --root=/jail /var/lib/rpm/rpm-*.*.rpm

    I don't...
  13. Thread: DNS fails

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    I don't know how valid this article is since you...

    I don't know how valid this article is since you are using XP SP2 and it appears that the article is based on Windows ME.

    http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/adslfix.html
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    SysInternals is a great place to start: ...

    SysInternals is a great place to start:

    http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/RootkitRevealer.html

    There are several referenced sites at the bottom that this site is based on.
  15. Thread: DNS fails

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    I would try these two commands on the machine...

    I would try these two commands on the machine that is giving you problems

    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /registerdns
  16. I am making progress slowly but surely. Anyway...

    I am making progress slowly but surely. Anyway as an FYI, the path to use when using the chroot command is relative to the chrooted environment. In my case I must use:

    chroot /jail up2date -uik...
  17. Actually I would like to run this command: ...

    Actually I would like to run this command:

    chroot /jail up2date -uik /jail/tmp

    However, I don't know if the directory I specify is relative to the /jail or to the real /. In other words, does...
  18. I haven't been able to find anything significant...

    I haven't been able to find anything significant on the RH site (I'm probably not searching with the right keywords). Anyway, I did find something through Google about using the chroot command to...
  19. Thanks for the help. I will definitely look for...

    Thanks for the help. I will definitely look for these docs on the RH site. The reason why we want to automate this process is because we know exactly what we have as far as daemons and such in our...
  20. Automating Security Patches For Chrooted Environment

    Hi All-

    I am relatively new to the Linux world. I want to know if there is a way to automate the patching of a chrooted environment. I am running RHEL ES 3.0 U7. When I receive critical RPM(s)...
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