Month: December 2018

Configuring Windows server core 2016

Once the OS has been installed and password set you are then left with a with a command prompt slightly reminiscent of a Linux server with only a terminal to use. This is often where the GUI friendly…

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Randomize your MAC address in Ubuntu

Windows 10 users would have probably seen the option on there Wifi settings to enable a random hardware address for networks. This is useful when wanting to keep anonymous on public wifi connections or even to get more…

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Creating CSR and KEY files in Windows using Openssl

It’s often necessary to create csr files to be used as certificate requests for certificate authorities such as Comodo. For Linux sysadmins this is common practice but for many Windows administrators used primarily to using built in tools…

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