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Deleting Configuration Profiles through Terminal

Sometimes there’s a need to manually remove a configuration profile deployed by something like Apple’s Profile Manger; if for instance you cannot un-enroll the device, or you cannot access the ‘Profiles’ pane in System Preferences. 98 more words



Se há coisa que não compreendo é porque razão ao fazer um download de uma versão do que quer que seja sou imediatamente “obrigado” a fazer uma actualização. 188 more words


Enabling Nutanix 2009 page access with allssh command

On top of HTML5 based Prism GUI, Nutanix cluster has nifty web pages to give additional information on what is going on in your cluster. Under normal conditions there isn’t usually need to access these pages, but they can be handy in troubleshooting or in performance testing. 650 more words


The declining security of Linux (and sudo considered harmful)

Naive approaches to computer security have long been a thorn in my side, starting with the long lasting Windows assumption of a single user and user account on a system. 1,658 more words

Run docker without sudo in Fedora 25

Sometimes things get weird. One could imagine that the documentation on docker (https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/linux/fedora/) could be up to date. And when it comes to installation itself, it actually is. 111 more words

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Sudo troubleshooting

To help you troubleshoot a user’s sudo privileges :

Current logged in user’s sudo privileges : sudo -ll

As the local root user : sudo -lU user_id… 41 more words


PCI Series: Requirement 7 - Restrict Access to Cardholder Data by Business Need to Know

This is my sixth post dedicated to the use of Identity Management (IdM) and related technologies to address the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).  216 more words

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