Time for another Roundcube update. Nothing special, but non the less mandatory. See all changes here: https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/releases/tag/1.2.5
On 28.04.2017 the latest bugfix Release Version 1.2.5, of my preferred webmail frontend was release. By now it’s really time to install the update, isn’t it? 😉
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Seafile Server is an open source alternative to public cloud storage providers like Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Citrix Sharefile. It works on free Linux Distributions like Debian and gives you the freedom to use the comfort of a modern synchronization client, the simplicity of a modern WebGUI, completed with the knowledge where your data is and who can access it.
Since 17.02.2017 the eighth maintenance release version 6.1.2 is public available.
Time to upgrade the server! 😀
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For years we were more than unsatisfied with the options we had to choose from to patch our Microsoft Windows Servers. Without additional utility you are restricted to the few options Group Policy offers. So as I am always searching for a simple but efficient solution to such a painful problem, I combined two fantastic tools, to a powerful Windows Update Scheduler: PDQ Deploy and ABC Update.
tl;dr: If you choose option “3 – Auto download and notify for install” for your WSUS Group Policy, you can take any advanced Task Scheduler like PDQ Deploy in combination with ABC-Update to install Windows Updates scheduled the way YOU want it to be!
Prologue, where is my problem?
First let’s take a look at the options Microsoft offers us and why I refuse to rely on those. If I’m not completely mistaken the only Policy to choose when to patch Windows Updates has been “Configure Automatic Updates” since ever: Continue reading “Taking back control of Windows Update: Install Updates when you want to!”
Fast published to help everyone else, so sorry for any typos or grammatical errors! ty
On Tuesday the 2nd May 2107 Google published a new update for Google Chrome Enterprise 58.0.3029.96. After this update, nearly all of our XenApp 6.5 customers informed us, that Google Chrome stopped working for them. The browser itself opens, but it never displays any content:
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Fast published article; How to import KB4012598 for MS17-010 into your WSUS asap!
I think by now every IT administrator knows about #WannaCry. If not, here are a few links:
The important thing ist, that the fix for Windows OS younger than Vista and Server 2008 and Vista is available since march. But the fix for XP and Server 2003 has only been published on Saturday I think. But it won’t appear on your WSUS until you import it manually, and you should do that right now!
Sorry for the German screenshots, but I think it will get you there!
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