Comments for emtunc's Blog http://emtunc.org/blog Just another sysadmin's day Thu, 30 Jul 2015 21:05:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.3 Comment on Atheros WLAN Driver for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 by Mikail http://emtunc.org/blog/07/2015/atheros-wlan-driver-for-windows-8-1-and-windows-10/#comment-4740 Thu, 30 Jul 2015 21:05:00 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1494#comment-4740 Hello!
Go to device manager (either do a start menu search for it or go to Run and type devmgmt.msc) and select the network device under the network adapters section. Double click it (in my case it’s called DW1525…) and click the ‘Driver’ tab. Click ‘Update Driver’ and ‘Browse my computer for driver software’. Browse to the location where you extracted the Atheros drivers to and select it. Click ‘Next’ and it should just install it.
Hope that helps.

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Comment on Atheros WLAN Driver for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 by emranurrahman http://emtunc.org/blog/07/2015/atheros-wlan-driver-for-windows-8-1-and-windows-10/#comment-4738 Thu, 30 Jul 2015 17:21:00 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1494#comment-4738 how do i install this drivers.

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Comment on Downloading the Latest Malwarebytes Definitions File for Offline Use with PowerShell by Downloading the Latest Malwarebytes Definitions File for Offline Use | emtunc's Blog http://emtunc.org/blog/05/2015/downloading-the-latest-malwarebytes-definitions-file-for-offline-use-with-powershell/#comment-4696 Sun, 24 May 2015 13:29:32 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1450#comment-4696 […] UPDATE 05/2015: See version 2 of the script where I have written it in PowerShell. This one is easier to understand … […]

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Comment on Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 2 by Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 3 | emtunc's Blog http://emtunc.org/blog/12/2014/cisco-ironport-e-mail-security-appliance-best-practices-part-2/#comment-4687 Mon, 11 May 2015 16:13:26 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1317#comment-4687 […] you haven’t already, have a look at part 1 and part 2 of this […]

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Comment on Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 1 by Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 3 | emtunc's Blog http://emtunc.org/blog/06/2014/cisco-ironport-e-mail-security-appliance-best-practices-part-1/#comment-4686 Mon, 11 May 2015 16:13:24 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1022#comment-4686 […] you haven’t already, have a look at part 1 and part 2 of this […]

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Comment on Migrating from a Physical IronPort ESA to a Virtual IronPort Appliance by Mikail http://emtunc.org/blog/03/2015/migrating-from-a-physical-ironport-esa-to-a-virtual-ironport-appliance/#comment-4665 Tue, 24 Mar 2015 19:07:52 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1389#comment-4665 Thanks Tim for your helpful comments. Forgot about the updateconfig command so I’ll update my post to address the oversight.

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Comment on Migrating from a Physical IronPort ESA to a Virtual IronPort Appliance by Tim Boswell http://emtunc.org/blog/03/2015/migrating-from-a-physical-ironport-esa-to-a-virtual-ironport-appliance/#comment-4663 Tue, 24 Mar 2015 08:39:15 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1389#comment-4663 A couple of tips:

First, You don’t actually need to replace the interface section of the physical appliance config – you can simply delete it. If the ESA doesn’t find an expected section in the config, it will just leave that section unchanged in the new config. At least, that was my experience when I migrated from C380’s to C600V’s recently.

Second, the dynamichost command is actually a hidden subcommand of the “updateconfig” command. So in the CLI you need to issue the “updateconfig” command THEN type “dynamichost” to change the update server. Clearly you already know this, but this post as it stands won’t work :-)

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Comment on Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 1 by Mikail http://emtunc.org/blog/06/2014/cisco-ironport-e-mail-security-appliance-best-practices-part-1/#comment-4648 Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:35:51 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1022#comment-4648 Hello Khaim,
As far as my knowledge and experience on the matter goes, there is no disadvantage of turning on TLS to the preferred mode. The only thing you may notice is the additional CPU overhead (to create the encrypted connection) but I would only expect this to be noticeable if your IronPort goes through a high rate of mail per second – you can always check the system status graphs before and after the changes to see if you notice anything abnormal.

This post goes through the changes in more detail regarding TLS on the IronPort so I would recommend you read the post @ https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/12191921/configuring-tls-ironport-esa

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Comment on Cisco IronPort E-mail Security Appliance Best Practices : Part 1 by Khaim http://emtunc.org/blog/06/2014/cisco-ironport-e-mail-security-appliance-best-practices-part-1/#comment-4646 Fri, 20 Mar 2015 20:00:25 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1022#comment-4646 Are there any repercussions for changing TLS from Off to Preferred?

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Comment on Remove Old ActiveSync Devices on Exchange Using PowerShell by Bernd Webster http://emtunc.org/blog/04/2014/remove-old-activesync-devices-on-exchange-using-powershell/#comment-4616 Thu, 12 Mar 2015 14:19:22 +0000 http://emtunc.org/blog/?p=1107#comment-4616 Thanks, very helpfull

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