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November 18, 2008  1:15 PM

Did you see this? – Microsoft Exchange Online – Evaluating Software-plus-Services



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, CIO, DataCenter, design, Development, email, Exchange, Exchange 2007, howto, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, tools

November 11, 2008  4:07 PM

Did you see this? – Microsoft SharePoint Toolkit



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, analysis, awareness, debugging, design, Development, diagnostics, howto, internet, LAN, Metrics, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, MOSS, network analysis, Networking, Performance, performance monitoring, reporting, SharePoint, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting, WAN

Many organizations are finding value in the Microsoft SharePoint technologies. Whether you use the free Windows SharePoint Services or the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, your organization will gain a lot of value from using these services. To enhance your ability to manage these technologies,...


November 11, 2008  3:58 PM

Did you see this? – Microsoft Windows Virtualization team blog



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, awareness, blog, blogging, design, Development, Microsoft Windows, RSS, server, Virtualization

For those of you who are fans of Microsoft Windows Virtualization, this blog from the Microsoft Windows Virtualization Products Group might be of interest to you. Keep informed and provide feedback to the team as...


November 11, 2008  3:51 PM

Did you see this? – MS08-067 and the Security Development Lifecycle



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, analysis, awareness, blog, Data security, debugging, design, Development, malware, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, patching, risk, Security, server, vulnerability

As you probably already know, Microsoft issued an urgent out of cycle security patch recently for a Vulnerability in Server service could allow remote code execution. Look here for additional


October 27, 2008  8:52 PM

Did you see this? – (Wire)Sharkfest 2008 videos – including Vint Cerf – now available



Posted by: Troy Tate
analysis, education, forensics, Google, howto, internet, IT education, LAN, Linux, man-in-the-middle, Metrics, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, network analysis, Network TAPs, Networking, packet capture, Performance, performance monitoring, reporting, research, Security, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting, WAN, web, wireshark

Checkout the Sharkfest 2008 videos at LoveMyTool.com. If you use Wireshark or want to learn network troubleshooting, this is one of the best resources you can have in your toolkit. The videos will give you a better...


October 10, 2008  7:58 PM

Counterfeit Metrics – Type II Reverse Engineering



Posted by: Troy Tate
analysis, awareness, botnet, Data security, dhs, IT education, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, performance monitoring, reporting, research, risk, Security, vulnerability

If you are into metrics, you might find this article rather interesting. For Good Measure: Type II Reverse Engineering A couple of the security metrics I find interesting:

Counterfeit hosts...


October 9, 2008  3:00 PM

Alternatives to e-mail attachments – SharePoint is risky!



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, Data security, DataManagement, design, email, Exchange, Firewalls, intellectual property, Networking, Policy, policy enforcement, risk, Security, SharePoint, Storage, vulnerability, website

I'm looking for some help on this topic and have posted a question to the ITKE community. Hopefully someone out there has had some experience with this service for your...


October 6, 2008  1:12 PM

Did you see this? – Process monitor now does TCP/UDP monitoring



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, analysis, anti-virus, Data security, debugging, diagnostics, forensics, howto, internet, LAN, malware, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, network analysis, Networking, packet capture, Performance, performance monitoring, recovery, reporting, research, Sandbox, Security, Sysinternals, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting

If you ever need to get under the covers of running Windows processes for investigating why a system is running slow, then the Sysinternals toolkit has an updated tool that will help you. Per the website:

Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows...


October 3, 2008  7:59 PM

Did you see this? – Open Source Tools University



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, analysis, anti-virus, blog, blogging, Data security, debugging, design, diagnostics, Firewalls, forensics, howto, internet, IT education, LAN, Metrics, Monitoring, network analysis, Networking, packet capture, Performance, performance monitoring, podcast, reporting, research, Sandbox, Security, SSL, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting, WAN, wireshark

If you are like me, you like those little goodie tools like nmap and wireshark that do something that is actually pretty complex but do it well and have a great following. I just came across this website that I am going to have to take some time to go through and find all of the nuggets it offers....


October 2, 2008  12:00 PM

My server is hung! What do I do? – debugging resources



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, debugging, diagnostics, howto, Microsoft Windows, Performance, performance monitoring, recovery, reporting, server, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting


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