Several years ago, I gave a presentation on corporate open source anti-patterns. Several of my anti-patterns were clear and unequivocal (e.g., don’t announce that you’re open sourcing something without making the source code available, dummy!), but others were more complicated.
Sometimes the Windows uninstall program leaves orphan files after a removal event. Here were the error messages and some background information.http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/iWebar-91441-program.aspxhttp://www.shouldiremoveit.com/Sense-102076-program.aspx"Windows cannot find 'C:\users\myuser\AppData\Local\Temp\iwebar.exe""Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.""Windows cannot find 'C:\users\myuser\AppData\Local\Temp\sense.exe""Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again."
Following on from my last blog about "Setting up SSL for Solaris 11 LDAP client (changing AD password from Solaris)" I thought I would finish it off by changing my name service from LDAP to LDAPS. Hopefully your system is already talking to Active Directory over LDAP for all your authentication ("Solaris 11 Authentication Login with Active Directory").
A new Solaris update dramatically improves performance for virtual disks on Oracle VM Server for SPARC.
Prior enhancements improved
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and now the same has been done for disk I/O.
Now, Oracle VM Server for SPARC can provide
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I have been using LDAP for years for our authentication and using LDAP Active Directory for about 3 years, but this was always using ldap so I thought I would start looking at SSL.
This blog entry will look at the initial setup and how you can talk to the AD server over SSL. The information here is nothing new and is all covered in the references but hope this shorter version helps.
Readers would be pleased to know that Marcelo Leal has teamed up with Packt Publishing and we are organizing a Giveaway for you to celebrate the release of his book and three lucky winners stand a chance to win an e-copy of Implementing Samba 4. Keep reading to find out...
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