Monthly Archives: December 2017

View Certificates Issued to Hostname in ADCS

Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS) is a useful service to provide in a Windows Domain environment. If you’re managing ADCS, you might want a quick way to list issued certificates to a specific hostname. Here’s a quick PowerShell script that … Continue reading

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Clear adminCount and Enable Inheritance on User

Users in Active Directory that belong to factory default privileged groups will be protected by an hourly process called SDProp (Security Descriptor Propagator) on the Primary Domain Controller (PDC Emulator). This process sets the adminCount attribute to 1 and disables … Continue reading

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Cisco ASA Defaults that Break Things

The Cisco ASA is an excellent network security device, but several factory defaults can break some typical network traffic. These settings might be good to change on standard deployments. Turn On “inspect icmp” to allow ping responses through Turn On … Continue reading

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