Just got my first bill from BackBlaze. Been using this to store important IT docs, but I guess I wasn't at a chargeable amount of data before this. Recently ive been uploading vm exports there.
$0.07 for November 5 - Dec 4!
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Hello companies, stop sending xlsm and html attachments.
You have 25000 employees and hundreds of IT staff, yet you send out macro enabled excel files with VBA buttons on them, through email. You send this to every entity which you have done business with in 2017. This one also sent a condescending second email asking us why we didnt respond to the first one.
Then a large university sends us a PO as html attachment, expecting it to be delivered.
Then i hear rumbling from the paper pushers down the hall that I need to do more so these get delivered, after being specifically told to block them to stop targeted phishing/scamming a few months ago.
RE: Time for me to move on from Webroot
That's a lot of "ruling out" over a personal agenda not tied to corporate value.
What if it is a corporate value though - healthier employees.
But it's a necessary medicine for a lot of people. One of the reasons to ALLOW it is for healthier employees! Not that any drug automatically makes people healthier or unhealthier, but you are basically saying that you'd happily make innocent people unhealthy and guilty ones more healthy and/or that you want to filter out people who need medication which is just evil.
Imagine if you fired anyone who needed heart burn medication or medication for heart attacks to "eliminate the unhealthy"!!!
Well, if we limit the discussion purely to weed, I'll agree with you. But if we include cigarettes, yeah - no.
Sure, I'd STILL not be willing to limit in that way but it is SO much better to not hire cigarette smokers than weed smokers. If you were to choose one of the two, cigarettes make you a health liability, tend to take tons of breaks at work, smell bad, bother other workers, etc. But I'd still never drug test for tobacco INSTEAD of determining someone's value at work. Firing someone for dipping or whatever would be considered insane... and yet it is so much better than hiring based on someone not smoking weed.
Yep I agree with all those things.
I'm on your side Scott - I don' t think we should drug test expect for things you previously stated (doctors, heavy equipment operators). Now that said, if a company is going to "have you drive something while on the clock" it should be fine to require they truthfully answer - do you smoke weed/do drugs, if so, you can't be behind a wheel while on the clock for me, period. But sitting behind a desk - fine.
This thread is full of persoonal bias from a lifetime of brainwashing and propaganda.
Why would someone who is hungover from a night of binge drinking be allowed to operate machinery and not someone who smoked a joint the night before? Why? Because you have been trained your entire life to think drugs are bad... that is the only reason you would say this.
As for people who smoke not being hireable, well I don't know where yall live, but in Washington, many highly successful people smoke. Many successful people drink. Why should there be some sort of discrimination between types of inebriation off the clock?
Today i decommissioned an Athlon Xp 2200+ machine I may have built
Built by a local computer shop more than 12 years ago, when i used to work at the same computer shop as sales/fixit guy. I might have made this pc for this company, now I am the sysadmin for them.
Just seems weird.
I might install Win10 on it and see if it is even usable.
RE: Exchange 2010 Hard Drive Space Issues
@brianlittlejohn Do you know of a powershell command to check this? I could be sitting here for 30 minutes waiting for it to calculate the space
If it is taking that long to calculate the logs folder space, then that is the problem. You probably have tens of thousands of little log files there and they arent being truncated daily.
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How to setup postfix on vultr vps?
Have a LAMP server on vultr. It needs to be able to send mail to our office.
Never setup postfix before.
sudo apt install postfix
Choose Internet Mail
myworkdomain.comwhen it asks
sudo ufw allow postfix
sudo systemctl restart ufw
Add the ip to my spf.
Then something like php mail() will work?
RE: snmp for linux, is it really this difficult?
Ive got this sorted now. The file i was editing was snmp.conf
This was wrong, as the file setting up the snmp listening daemon, what you are going to query from your nms, is snmpd.conf.
agentaddress udp:161 #agentaddress udp6:161 # sec.name source community com2sec readonly default secretsecret # # sec.model sec.name group rogroup v2c readonly # # # name incl/excl subtree view all included .1 # # # group context model level prefix read write notify access rogroup "" any noauth exact all none none #other info, location syslocation Seattle WA syscontact sysadmin <[email protected]>
I looked at what engineer gave me and made some modifications to what i was doing.
This is a basic config that you can put in /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf and have it work with an NMS.
There is a ton more stuff like Version 3 and some other things you can do, but for my purpose this is just fine.
There are some configurations that are pages long, but this one just gives your nms the ability to query anything in the standard .1 subtree, at least i think that is what is happening.
RE: snmp for linux, is it really this difficult?
I will. Kind of embarrassing, i work for a company that specializes in linux devices and snmp. I broke down and went to one of the engineers here, asked him to send me snmp configs from one of our models. First time i think am asking them for help instead of other way round.