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Find out what’s really happening in your network with LogRhythm NetMon Freemium

I recently discovered that LogRhythm, as well as very a full-featured Security Intelligence Platform and SIEM, also provide a “freemium” Network Monitor. The “freemium” refers to that fact that the software is 100% free, full-featured and not time-limited, but is capacity-limited. … Continue reading

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Using the Windows Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS)

Having just written an article about how to get items back from a volume shadow copy, I thought I should make some notes about how VSS works, how to configure it, and actually get VSS to create you some shadow copies! This … Continue reading

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Set Hyper-V 2012 VM NUMA node

Run the following PowerShell command line and you can see what NUMA node your VMs are running on, assuming you a) have NUMA aware host hardware and b) haven’t enabled NUMA spanning: (Get-Counter -ComputerName “HFR3-UWE12” -Counter “Hyper-V VM Vid Partition(*)\Preferred NUMA … Continue reading

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Citrix EdgeSight 5.3 with XenApp 6

Had a few problems getting the XenApp 6 servers to register with EdgeSight 5.3. I checked the IIS Anonymous authentication as per CTX126208 but it was already correctly configured. I’m configuring XenApp and EdgeSight via the command line, using: “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Citrix\XenApp\ServerConfig\XenAppConfigConsole.exe” /ExecutionMode:Join /FarmName:”RCMTech” … Continue reading

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