To administratively disable (shut down) or enable a port, first go into edit interfaces mode, then:
set interfaces <interface> disable
delete interfaces <interface> disable
To protect your Windows devices against the MS17-010 vulnerability, used by WannaCry cryptolocker variants, be sure to install the March 2017 Quality Rollup or newer. It is available from Windows 7 or newer through Windows Update.
Emergency patches of MS17-010 (WannaCry) for older (unsupported) releases of Windows, starting from Windows XP, can be downloaded manually here:
More information: https://support.microsoft.com/help/4013389
I had an issue with an app being stuck in Paused mode in Launchpad, and was unable to cancel/resume the update from the App Store because it wasn't listed in the updates list.
The solution, as stated here, was to open Launchpad, hold down the mouse on the app until it started jiggling, then clicking the delete button (x). The app reappeared normally and was even updated correctly.
The reason was probably the app got updated along with a system update, and Launchpad was unaware the update was completed.
By default, when logging in on a HP switch in IRF mode using the web interface, you can only retrieve hardware information of the switch holding the master role. You can retrieve information for the other switches when you log on using Telnet or SSH, then type:
display device manuinfo
This will display hardware information for all chassis and slots.
You can manually trigger Azure AD Connect to perform a sync cycle. Open a Powershell on the server running Azure AD Connect, then type:
During the installation of Azure AD Connect, the registration of the Azure AD Connect Health for Sync-agent may fail. When this happens, you can manually register the agent by running this Powershell cmdlet:
Register-AzureADConnectHealthSyncAgent -AttributeFiltering $false -StagingMode $false
You need the credentials of an O365 account with Global Admin rights.
You can download the latest version of iSCSI Initiator for Windows 2000, 2003 and XP. This will upgrade any previously installed version to the latest version:
You can download old releases of pfSense, all the way back to 1.0.1, from here: