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Windows Command Line Remote Troubleshooting Tools

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Here are some scripts and methods to do remote troubleshooting or running some commands in remote machines. I found they are very useful especially in a enterprise environment if you have your domain admin account. Prerequisites to run remote commands Install .NET Framework 4.5.2 from \\shareserver\it\$Install\Scripting prerequisites\NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe or from https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=42642 Install Windows Management Framework 5.1:  copy the folder \\shareserver\it\$Install\Scripting prerequisite\Windows Management…

Sysinternals Tool – Sysmon Usage Tips and Tricks

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Microsoft Sysinternals tool Sysmon is a service and device driver, that once installed on a system, logs indicators that can greatly help track malicious activity in addition to help with general troubleshooting. Basic Sysmon Usage commands: Installation: sysmon -i -accepteula [options] Extracts binaries into %systemroot% Registers event log manifest Enables default configuration Note: Once this command runs, the Sysmon service is installed,…

Smallest Firewall / Router VM in My Vmware ESXi and Workstation

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In my home lab virtual environment, VMware ESXi and Workstation used to host most of my testing virtual machines. To get those VMs working together in a multi networks diagram, I always need to have a router or firewall VM. I were using all kinds of virtual routers or firwealls, such as those major vendors, Cisco, CheckPoint, Juniper, Fortinet, Palo…

Python Scripts to Reboot / Manage Cisco Network Devices

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Basically I am creating a script to build SSH connection from my Windows 7 network management computer to Cisco devices and have interactive commands with those Cisco devices. This has been done by many other network engineer. With Google’s help, I am able to get their experiences to quickly implement it in my home lab environment. It will be part…

Python Tips and Tricks

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1.  Install Python into Windows 1.1 Download Latest Python 2 file from https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/ Latest Python 3 Release – Python 3.7.0 Latest Python 2 Release – Python 2.7.15 1.2 Double Click download python-2.7.15.exe file to install it. 1.3 Run Python By Default, it will be installed at c:\Python27 folder C:\Users\John>cd \ C:\>cd Python27 C:\Python27>python --version Python 2.7.15 C:\Python27>python Python 2.7.15 (v2.7.15:ca079a3ea3, Apr 30…

Symantec Diagnostic Tool – SymDiag Usage Guide

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The Symantec Diagnostic Tool (SymDiag) is a multi-product, multi-language diagnostic, and security analysis utility. SymDiag is provides self-help support for Symantec product technical issues, zero-day threat analysis, best practice recommendations, and proactive services to customers. If you require further assistance, SymDiag lowers the level of effort and increases efficiency by automating data gathering and support case submission. SymDiag support most of…

Windows Server 2012 Tips and Tricks

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Building a lab to test some Windows services , AD, DNS, DHCP, ADCS, etc. in my VMware ESXi 6 environment, to get it running smoothly and reduce some headache, I used following tricks to make my life easier. Most of work has to be done by Group Policy Management Editor. If you are running in a domain environment, create this…

Installation and Configuration of Sophos Enterprise Console 5.1 in your Networks – 2. Configuration

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Continue with previous post “Installation and Configuration of Sophos Enterprise Console 5.1 in your Networks – 1. Installation” Steps:  After the installation of the Sophos Enterprise Console you had logged off. Now you logged in and the Console starts automatically. This Windows will appear:

Installation and Configuration of Sophos Enterprise Console 5.1 in your Networks – 1. Installation

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This post is a detail documentation how to install Sophos Enterprise Console 5.1 in your networks. Pre-Requirements: copy the Sophos Enterprise Console to the Server (ProdInstall\Sophos\Sophos Console\sec_5.1.exe) check if you are able to connect to the infrastructure server like this: http://IP Server:8085 A webpage like this should be shown to you: