If you are running a full Remote Desktop session to only run one application, you are wasting resources and time! In this article, we will make a connection to single-programs that look as though they’re running locally on our workstation! Remote Desktop vs RemoteApp Remote Desktop Protocol is the technology Windows Servers (and workstations) use… Read More »
I got disappointed after searching high and low on Google for how to use Group Policy in order to set a default printer. Almost every article I read assumed the reader had a print server available, or would deploy a local printer connection right from the Group Policy Management Console. Finally, I found the solution!
Posted on Github as well – comments welcome! Prerequisites Debian / Ubuntu based Linux OpenSSH setup and working Existing access to the server’s console Root priveledges to setup initially; user access later Directions Ensure that the following lines are in your /etc/ssh/sshd_config file: As the user, run google-authenticator, and follow the directions. Choose Y for asking if you want tokens… Read More »
On LinkedIn, I found an ad for a free access point… I thought, “Sweet!”. I signed up for the webinar, watched an hour long demo, and thought to myself, “This is awesome!” I watched 2 more webinars, about their Security Appliance (MX), and their Switch (MS). To my surprise, I actually received the promised equipment,… Read More »