I’ve devised a handy way of regenerating SID’s on Microsoft operating systems using a third party tool and a little PowerShell magic.
The size limit for this request was exceeded So this sounds easy he said – run me a report that gets all objects from a group based on certain attributes and export it to Microsoft Excel. No worries, I had that scripted for three groups to export to three different Excel files in under 10… Read more »
Using strong security keys is an important part of securing WordPress against external attack. WordPress security Keys refer to four authentication keys and four hashing salts (random bits of data) that work to add an extra layer of security to your cookies and password. The security keys are defined in your WordPress configuration file aka… Read more »
I rebuilt my WordPress blog and had to change the image path, instead of changing it back straight away I kept using it, some images ended up in /wpcontents/uploads/* and some ended up in /wp-contents/uploads/* So, naturally I had to change this back to /wp-contents/uploads and move all the existing files back, moving the files… Read more »
Install WordPress on Linux Ubuntu or Debian Assumptions: A working Debian or Ubuntu server (ideally headless) A working knowledge of Linux (view this post for some useful commands) A standard Linux account preconfigured Apache 2 installed and configured correctly Ideally a preconfigured vhost (not required but a good idea, refer to this post) PHP5 installed… Read more »