There are multiple ways to get automation. Simplest might be to write a script that copies files and execute that script using Task Scheduler (a windows service that allows you to execute tasks based upon a specific schedule).
Thanks - Got more information now:
I need to be able to automatically send a folder to compressed zip.
Then automate the import and publish.
The more information I get the more confused I become about all of this.
The first step to automating a task is defining how you would do it manually. Start there. That doesn't mean the automation will just copy that, but it helps to understand what you are doing today, before you figure out how to do it automatically tomorrow.
Do it here?
I mean, That's fine with me.
I would make a new thread about that specific task, and you could toss a link in here to that.
Create a new secure SSH key:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "root-webserv1-key"
Hit enter for default location and name.
Hit enter again to skip passphrase creation.
Now you should SSH to server to continue.
Does this step disable normal logins or change anything at all? After my first restart my root password isn't working.
This only generates a new certificate and does not do anything else. If your root password is not working, maybe you are typing it in incorrectly, or it's something else entirely, as what @NashBrydges is referring to. If you are using Putty, perhaps it's caching the old public key.
So forget my comments. It turned out maybe your instructions are fine. (Maybe, maybe not. I don't know, but will reinstall using your instructions again just to verify.) My problem was that I was opening up the firewall ports in the wrong zone. The default Install I used made only 1 zone on the master called "FedoraServer." Opening ports on this zone solved the issue. See this post from this morning: https://mangolassi.it/topic/15620/salt-stack-communication-issues/2
@scottalanmiller Just testing it out for now but so far so good. I had a client ask me for a good document management solution that wouldn't break the bank and could be hosted locally so I immediately thought of this. I've given him access to see if this could work and from the sounds of his feedback, he might want it setup.
Cool, would be good to see some threads on it. Been so long since I've used it.
I use the hosted one. They gave you 10GB for free. Idk if they still do that or not.
I didn't even know that they did hosted.
Ya the free one didn't seem advertised much. I'll have to see if I can find a sign up link again.
You're right.. I have to keep reminding myself of that. But SMB's don't want to be chasing down dozens of little pieces all over the place to make these pieces work.
It's one thing or a larger company to have a team who's job it is to do just that - Scott's been talking about using Xen for decade plus. I have to assume that Scott the one man who is equal to nearly 10 normal mortals, has managed to collect and put together all of those parts.
The simplicity of XS and XO are what really give Xen any teeth in the SMB market, a la Windows style, everything in one place.
The bad thing about these groupings though, as we found out with the use of VHDs in XS, are the limitations those packages place upon us.
This is exactly correct. They want some hardware on-site (if they can't move to public cloud for some good reason) and they want somebody who owns the hardware also babysit it. Playing LEGO game with hardware and software isn't what most of the people can do EASILY (and one of the proves I'm right is why products like vRanger and AppAss still exist).
@Dashrender It's a default setting with Office 365 for privacy settings as far as I can tell.
Interesting. I wonder if that's the case for calendar's where the viewers have full access rights?
In On-premise Exchange, if someone doesn't have at least reviewer rights, then they just see that the space/time is busy - perhaps they can see the owner of the slot. But since our entire staff have editor rights to our shared calendars like these, they can see the subject and any comments.
I wonder if giving them reviewer rights would have solved it.