I am using 8.1 ru7 right now in my test environment. I do not have asset management purchased or added as a trial. I see under Manage there is an area for Assets. In there I see: Contract Mgt./Manage Configuration Items/Organizational Types/Serice and asset reports. Does 8.1 now include the ability to track assets with users in our enterprise and their hardware equipment? I am still running 7.6 HF7 and without asset mgt suite (again) there is no asset area under manage. If 8.1 does offer some entry level asset mgt. without having the suite could someone please expand on everything it has to offer?
I setup a host integrity check with notifications turned off, but machines that failed the check still have a SEP icon indicator and a warning message “Your computer failed its security compliance check. Please see the Client Managemnet Security log for more information.”
Can an integrity policy be configured to provide no end-user visibility at all?
I need assistance. This is my first exposure to Symantec Encryption Desktop. My client has a laptop that can no longer boot to the Windows 7 OS due to physical damage and corruption on the hard drive. Numerous attempts were made to repair the Windows 7 OS, but they all failed. I am able to remove the hard drive from the laptop and insert it into a external USB dock connected to another computer. I am also able to see and access the uncorrupted files and data on this hard drive.
My client is asking if it is possible to retrieve the encryption keys stored this hard drive. My client has older documents that were encrypted using this laptop that she can no longer decrypt. According to online lresources, if I had been able to boot into the operating system, then I could export and import the keys. Is it possible to retrieve the keys from this unbootable hard drive and import these key into another copy of Symantec Encryption Desktop?
Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3.2 is the version installed on this hard drive.
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Hi there, I have a big trouble at my vnx.
From my vmware, these datastore show 50% free space, but on vnx it’s almost full and I have no space to increase the pool.
How do I release the space on my vnx?
My hardware is: VNX 5300 and vmware 5.5
There is an alert:
Severity : Critical
System : stg-DataCenter
Domain : Local
Created : Sep 18, 2018 6:01:53 PM
Message : Alert VP: Storage usage of pool Pool Producao has crossed threshold value 85.0% and has reached to 91.2%.
Full Description : The virtual thin pool’s storage usage has reached the maximum threshold. To continue using the pool, you must add additional storage to the pool.
Recommended Action : Using Unisphere:
1) Log in as nasadmin (or as a user with NAS administrative privileges).
2) Navigate to the Storage > Pools list page.
3) Go to the properties page of the thin pool identified in the log message or alert.
4) Look for the Physical Storage Usage of this virtual thin pool.
5) Extend the pool if there are existing Celerra storage resources available that can be used. If no storage is available to extend the pool then you will need to add the appropriate type of physical disks to the system so that it can be extended.
For more information or assistance, search the Knowledgebase on Powerlink as follows:
a. Log in to http://support.emc.com and go to Support > Knowledgebase Search > Support Solutions Search.
b. Use the message ID or text from the error message’s brief description to search.
Event Code : 0x12608700e0
New Industries, New Opportunities
Both the fintech and blockchain industries have grown in leaps and bounds over the past two years, with several projects establishing a strong foothold on the world stage. It’s becoming more common to receive news of investment received by such projects. Recently, it was revealed that Teddy Sagi, an Israeli businessman famous for being the owner of London’s Camden Market, has substantially invested in Distributed Lab, a Ukrainian start-up. Sagi joins the list of billionaires keen on cashing in on these rising markets.
Teddy Sagi, currently ranked 6th on Forbes’ richest Israeli people, with an estimated net worth of somewhere around $3.6 Billion, is originally from Tel Aviv. Among other projects, he has invested in real estate, advertising, and payment processor ventures. However, Sagi is most famous for the acquisition of the parent company of London’s iconic Camden Market, a transaction that netted over £400 million in March 2014.
Sagi also purchased Alpha, a British brokerage firm which was later rebranded to “Tradetech Group” in August 2017. He is the founder of Playtech, a gambling software developer and distributing firm based in the Isle of Mann. Besides being a major entrepreneur, he is the majority shareholder at payment clearing firm Safecharge.
More on Distributed Lab
Distributed Lab is a Ukraine based crypto and decentralized technology expertise center, headquartered in Kharkiv, Sums’ka Oblast. Headed by CEO Vladimir Dubinin, the company uses blockchain technology to improve users’ trade experiences by representing assets as tokens. It offers its services to companies looking to add liquidity to their merchandising. It has developed its own “enterprise tokenization platforms” for four separate sectors: crowdfunding, remittances, investment funds and real estate. Some of the high profile projects they are working with include a bitcoin wallet, an auction platform, and a gold based cryptocurrency called Bullion (CBX).
Implications of the Investment
Distributed Lab is Sagi’s debut investment into blockchain, and is expected to be a game changer in the start-up sector of this young industry. His entry adds to the long list of millionaire and billionaire investors turning their attention towards blockchain projects, which in turn should result in an increase in the general awareness and acceptability of the technology.
As more attention falls on blockchain globally, and private investors flock like birds to a feeder, we’ve already seen the formation of several investment funds over the last two years, including Blackrock’s cryptocurrency team and Coinbase’s courting of hedge fund money. Indeed, cryptocurrency market and management services are in great demand, with several Swiss Private Banks starting to offer their services. A June 2018 study found that about 61% of cryptocurrency investment funds were created in 2018 alone, with an additional 140 entities formed in 2017.
Receiving the substantial backing of a reputed and well-known investor like Teddy Sagi is considered to be an important and safe option for blockchain start-ups. It is certainly regarded as more advantageous than crowdfunding, which is regarded as an unstable form of capital collection, especially for blockchain companies where regulation framework remains in flux.