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    Corporate mandated that we use Utimaco for all of...

    Corporate mandated that we use Utimaco for all of our laptops.

    It's not too bad, but it was a little buggy when we first started with it. You also have to make sure there are absolutely NO errors...
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    I started playing with this at work today. After...

    I started playing with this at work today. After a few minutes, I kind of like the clean interface, and the idea of a separate process per tab is kind of neat too.

    They took a different...
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    gotroot, I'm guessing you're referring to...

    gotroot,

    I'm guessing you're referring to software on your computer to interface with the GPS unit? I've always just used mapsource from Garmin. I bought a Garmin GPSMAP 76CSx, and that's all...
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    I've used Ophcrack before, it's a really neat...

    I've used Ophcrack before, it's a really neat tool.

    However I'm also a huge fan of BartPE. While Ophcrack is easier to setup and use, BartPE can be very powerful.

    It's a boot CD that boots...
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    Just a thought, have you looked at one of these?...

    Just a thought, have you looked at one of these?

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/travelpower/7657/

    I bought one from there and I love it. I plug that into the powerbar, then the computer into...
  6. We just talked with our windows administrator, he...

    We just talked with our windows administrator, he doesn't think it works the way we're trying to do it. He says the safest way is to just create a sub-OU under the main container where the computers...
  7. Hey, still nothing so far. We tried recreating...

    Hey, still nothing so far. We tried recreating it from scratch, maybe something was missing, but that didn't work either. I just wish there was a more verbose log somewhere showing exactly what's...
  8. Thanks! Ok, yes, when I run the query in the...

    Thanks!

    Ok, yes, when I run the query in the Group Policy Modeling, it shows the Default Domain Policy is being enforced. When I unlink the GPO from the domain level, that GPO is no longer being...
  9. OK, thanks for the reply. I just did my second...

    OK, thanks for the reply. I just did my second edit.

    Yes, I've been running 'gpupdate /force' on the clients before I reboot them.

    So again with my second edit before I noticed you'd...
  10. Going off ShagDevil's hint about the linking... I...

    Going off ShagDevil's hint about the linking... I played with the Group Policy Modeling, which showed me that the Test OU's GPO was not being applied to them. I thought that just having the Security...
  11. Sorry for the delay, I'm back from the weekend...

    Sorry for the delay, I'm back from the weekend now.

    Alright, thanks for the response ShagDevil.

    Right now, the Test OU only has the one GPO assigned to it. The only other GPO is the 'Default...
  12. GPO in one OU, affect computers in another

    OK, the title probably made no sense...

    I need to run a shutdown script that installs an exe on a couple hundred machines at our branch office.

    In my AD setup (just a test VMware box right now)...
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    Thanks for the input! OK, well there was an...

    Thanks for the input!

    OK, well there was an issue with that too...

    when I ran the command in perl (something like this:

    system("sudo nmap -sU -P0 -p 161 ...etc etc")

    i'd get output in the...
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    how make apache run nmap

    Hey everyone,

    I am running Debian with apache.

    I have a perl cgi script that needs to run an nmap scan of a local network looking for port UDP 161 (SNMP enabled devices)

    Unfortunately apache...
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    Hey, figured I'd give an update just in case...

    Hey, figured I'd give an update just in case anyone else is looking at these forums for something like this.

    I ended up buying 2 licenses of Roboform for my PC (home/work) and 1 license of...
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    hey thanks for the reply. I haven't really...

    hey thanks for the reply.

    I haven't really looked into the USB types. While those are always a possibility I was looking more for stand-alone ones. Don't have to plug it into a computer to make...
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    Password Managers

    Hey everyone, I tried to search for something with the terms 'Password Manager" and the like though couldn't find anything.

    I'm looking for a good password manager that comes in the form of a...
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    Thanks for the replies, and sorry for the delay. ...

    Thanks for the replies, and sorry for the delay. I've been patiently waiting for the store here to get some more of these cards in stock. (I can get them elsewhere, but this one place in Calgary...
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    Problems BFG 7900GTX

    Current video issues

    My current setup:

    Enermax 535W PSU (separate 12V rails)
    Asus A8N-SLI Premium (BIOS version 1009, latest before Beta)
    AMD64 X2 4800+ (2x1MB cache) Socket 939
    -> XP-90C...
  20. I don't have my cisco boxes in front of me, but...

    I don't have my cisco boxes in front of me, but I'm pretty sure there is also a debug option for watching CDP traffic in realtime at the console. You could try that. Those debug commands have saved...
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    Also, you might want to cover the basics of...

    Also, you might want to cover the basics of 'channels' If all their neighbors bought cheap 802.11b AP's and are all running channel 1, 4, and 6, perhaps they should try channel 11? Something like...
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    Something I'd warn them about is to use a STRONG...

    Something I'd warn them about is to use a STRONG password, even with WPA. I've seen a video (not sure how creadible it is, and I can't remember where it was) that WPA could be cracked in about 10...
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    I'm still unsure about SuSE's future. Novell, I...

    I'm still unsure about SuSE's future. Novell, I dunno. i think it was cool to open the source code and everything, and have it freely available online. It has had some nice improvements in the...
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    Google has been pretty busy lately! So many new...

    Google has been pretty busy lately! So many new things coming out, including the rack mountable google search tools. (Never thought they would release something like that, wouldn't it risk having...
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    Well, I'm not sure if this will help, but just in...

    Well, I'm not sure if this will help, but just in case:

    Could you set up a script on the server, that would run a small batch file or something on the client machines that would do this:

    1)...
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