I’ve devised a handy way of regenerating SID’s on Microsoft operating systems using a third party tool and a little PowerShell magic.
Orphaned Microsoft SQL users can occur when the user is in the database but not in the instance, even if you create an identical username the user on the database won’t match the instance user. This is all to do with the GUID (called a SID in Microsoft terms) that do not match, 1…. Read more »
If you want to read ext2 or ext3 filesystems on Microsoft Windows then you will need to download DiskInternals Linux Reader Should you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to comment below. If you like what you have read, please share it on your favourite social media medium.
There are a few different ways to map drives when a user logs in, if you already have a log in script you can simply copy parts of the following code into the script to be able to map drives. This is a very simple script, when it comes to login scripts, the less complex… Read more »
Securing the Administrator account in Active Directory You may be thinking this should be common knowledge but time and time again I see directories with the Administrator account still in the “Domain Admins” group and active! Before you do this, ensure you are not using the domain administrator account for authenticating! I always follow a… Read more »