I ran into issues with one of my domain controllers at work the other day. I was having trouble figuring this out, I looked online at technet, M$ Forums, etc. Below is a similar error that was filling my application event log every 5 minutes.
Event ID: 1058
Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO
The file must be present at the location
(The system cannot find the path specified. ). Group Policy processing
Event ID: 1030 would then follow the 1058 error. I figured out that the GUID “31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9″ was referring to my default domain policy. I followed multiple M$ articles until I stumbled on Mark Minasi’s reader forum to which he suggested that dfs was not working between domain controllers. I have posted the fix for me below, I hope this helps someone!
dfsutil /PurgeMupCache – You will need the windows support tools installed on the DC!
TechCrunch Europe reported the vulnerability, and a video that show how you can view pending friend requests and Chat history! I know, another wonderful feature of social networking! I stumbled across the article on pcmag’s website that listed some details of the security hole. According to the article the hole was caused by facebooks attempt at security improvements! Looks like facebook chat is down for the moment which is probaly a good idea, but pcmag has listed details on how the hack works, I have copied them below.
On your Facebook page, click Account and choose Privacy settings.
Click the “Personal Information and Posts” link.
Click the “Preview my Profile” button * In the box labeled “Preview how your profile appears to a specific person”, choose any friend.
The pcmag article is really worth the read.
Geohot has released the blackra1n RC3 jailbreaking tool you can now activate tethering in just a couple minutes. Follow my steps below to enable tethering on your 3.1.2 firmware iPhone
1. First download and and run the blackra1n RC3 jailbreak. http://blackra1n.com/
2. Your phone will reboot now, congrats you now have a jailbroken phone. Find the blackra1n app installed on your iPhone.
3. Touch “sn0w” and then the install button to unlock your phone to be used on other providers.
4. Your iPhone is now unlocked, you now need to open safari on your iPhone and browse out to http://m.peacefulinsanity.com/tether.mobileconfig.
5. Click install and confirm the update to your IPCC file. (These are your Carrier Settings)
6. Reboot your iPhone, then go to Settings > General > Network > Internet Tethering > On
Now you can use the 3G data connection using either bluetooth or usb. I hope this helps some people out in the digital jungle!
So you want to configure LACP to a server, or maybe to another switch. Well enter the commands below and you are good to go! Just a side note, if you are trying to configure LACP to a server, the server network cards must also support LACP. So you will need to configure the server before or after setting up the switch.
switch(config)#interface range gigabitethernet 0/1 – 2
switch(config-if-range)#channel-group 10 mode active
Alright, You will now configure the server or the switch on the other end for LACP and your up and running with an LACP trunk!
The default hostname on a Cisco switch is you guessed it “switch”. This is not really that big of deal if you only have one Cisco switch, but if you have a lot it can get pretty confusing. Below is the command to change it’s hostname.
code2960(config)# — Your hostname should instantly change