SAN zone create for Brocade 6500 series switch using the CLI commands We have two new ESXi hosts that need storage mapping to our Dell Compellent SAN SC8000s. Each ESXi host is dual port 8Gb HBAs. We have two separate fabric zones (FabricA and FabricB). This way in a HA fail-over only one switch needs to be […]
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For about the last 4 or 5 years I would be formatting a desktop to install Windows 7/8/10 in order to give this new PC to an end user. Every once in a while I would run into the error when selecting the partition during the Windows installation that prevents me from installing Windows. The […]
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In the tax debate hosted by CNN on November, 28th, 2017, between Sen. Ted Cruz, Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, Maria Cantwell, and Tim Scott – Cruz asked Maria Cantwell, “What’s the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist?”1 – asserting between Bernie Sanders and Herself in the Democratic Party. She then avoided directly answering the […]
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Ever have a user that recently married, or created a username only later to realize there was a spelling mistake (not on the fault of IT of course)? Our old Sys Admin used to botch this process so baldly, that as of this day I have tried to refrain from changing anyone’s username in AD […]
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For $699 (the iPhone 8) or $799 (the Plus), you get a device that makes calls, plays games, takes pictures, shows movies, gets you everywhere, and does everything better than ever before. And yet it’s already obsolete (Pierce, 2017). However, for the price of a laptop that vastly superior you too could be the proud […]
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If you’ve ever copied text or pasted a file into Microsoft Word but it retained the line breaks in which each line ends with a paragraph mark then, like me you wasted time manually removing the carriage returns. With a quick Google search I found this article quite helpful. On the Edit Menu, choose Replace […]
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The other day we had a problem with our upgrade from Exchange 2010 to 2016. We are currently running an ASA5510 in our development site which needs cross-site connect via eSMTP to our production site running an ASA5520. For the most part, the upgrade went pretty well. However, a few days passed and I overheard […]
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State and Local Income Tax On February 24, 2016, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) released a study that found that 50% of undocumented workers contributed billions of dollars each year in state and local taxes (ITEP, 2016). My first question is how do undocumented immigrants pay state and local taxes without a […]
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Public School Teachers Are Not Religious Experts Recently, in the news in the LA school district, teachers are forcing students to participate in a three-week long journey to discover Islam. Not just about Islam’s history and culture. This course is about being a Muslim. For three weeks, children are asked to dress as Muslims, change […]
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What is Ransomware? Ransomware : a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. “Although ransomware is usually aimed at individuals, it’s only a matter of time before business is targeted as well” (Ismet, 2016). Unfortunately, when it comes to ransomware, once your files […]
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