Setting up Private VPN Access to secure your home network while still being able to use streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Continue reading Private Internet Access at home with streaming services
You will notice that the site is now using an SSL certificate. We are also forcing HTTPS to ensure your privacy while using this site. In this day and age, there is just no excuse for not doing it. SSL Continue reading XpertNotes is going secure!
This script will help do look ups on multiple domains. I use this frequently to verify that our customers didn’t move their domain to another DNS server without our knowledge. There are a ton of uses for this just modify Continue reading Bulk Domain Look ups using Power Shell
Wireless networking has come a long way. Not so many years ago, we only had a small handful of settings to be concerned with. Now we have numerous standards and frequencies, which are beginning to make the wireless space very Continue reading Wireless lessons learned
If you are like me and have multiple Windows DNS servers to manage, you find that it gets tiresome to constantly update, clear the cache and restart the DNS Server service. Scripting to the Rescue! Here is a batch file Continue reading Process and restart your Windows DNS servers with a batch file.
Networking 101 – DNS must be configured properly if you intend to do anything using the internet. Simple statement, not so simple a process. No longer can you simply edit the resolv.conf file or even add dns servers to your Continue reading Make DNS stick in Ubuntu
OpenVPN configuration to restrict access to certain groups of users permitting only certain services while giving full access to other users. Continue reading Configure OpenVPN to restrict access to users, servers and services
A simple solution that is often overlooked. Turn on IP Helper to get Active Directory working across your Sonicwall site to site VPN tunnel. Continue reading Use IP Helper with Sonicwall VPN for Active Directory across the tunnel
Sometimes you have to pull out old tricks to get a new firewall to work… While we were installing a new Sonicwall at a customers site we found that sites they were able to visit before were not working. It Continue reading SSL Sites won’t load on PPOE connections.
Some of us want to loosen up our control on the local computer and really does not matter to us what the user does with it as long as they don’t inflict damage on the domain. By default, Windows makes Continue reading How to build a policy that give local users administrative rights on the local computer without making them and administrator on the domain.