IS SHA-2 going to be implemented as the hashing technique instead of SHA-1.
How does the cas scan https content, my understanding is that it first dycrypt the ICAP stream then it decrypts the files sent to it by the Proxy SG, which are encrypted using SSL. My question here is: Where does it get the details of the server certificate from? Does the Proxy SG relay these to the CAS over secure ICAP?
Like many others I had a problem on boot of my PC which is PGP Encrypted. The machine said to run FIXMBR to resolve, which got me into this mess.
The hard drive is no longer recognizeable by windows. Since this was my work machine and I needed it up and running, I had to send in my Harddrive and get a new one. Before I sent it in, I loaded Ubuntu and was able to see it, I made a DDRescue clone of the drive and another one to play with on a large backup drive.
I now have a .raw copy of my hard-drive and I can mount it using OSFMount, which now shows the .raw file as drive J on my PC. But when I go into Disk management it doesn’t mount it as a Disk #. When I click on that .raw drive it wants me to format it.
I just want to be able to run the pgpwde –recover on this copy. I want to pull off my files from this copy, but I can’t seem to figure out how to get there. Any help appreciated.
I am trying to understand why the client only install is failing. I see the return code is 23. What is that?
Would I have some query for security practices that :
-Are we able to prevent file upload via Bluecoat Proxy / Bluecoat ASG or else ?
-Are we able to limit file upload size via Bluecoat Proxy / Bluecoat ASG or else ?
-How we configure that ?
Thank you so much for your help.
Hi – we’ve been using GSS for a couple of years to push images to devices. We’ve had good luck with occassional issues where the automation fails to mount the drive to image. Nothing serious.
With the new PC’s, they all have SSD’s in them, in this case 2.5″, not the M.2 version.
I’m 0-3 for getting my pushes to go through, and the only variable that I’m seeing is the SSD, we’ve pushed to the same model PC with a “normal” drive (SATA).
We’ve tried every switch we can think of to let it continue and no dice.
Anyone else having an issue like this? Any ideas on a fix?
Thanks a lot for any suggestions.
I am trying to find out who created an exception in my installation of SEPM 12 from several months ago for documentation purposes. SEP support says that they only track that a exception profile was changed and by whom, but not what was changed. In the excepion list there is no owner of each exception. Short of going into the database and trying to find the field, I am stuck. The only thing we have to go on is if the exceptions are listed in order by time they were created. Support will not validate this. Has anyone here been able to find a report or log file that shows who, what, and when?
I want to ask help to allow our email server (mail.royale-international.com) in sending mail.
Here are the logs we are receiving:
connect to cluster8.eu.messagelabs.com[188.8.131.52]:25: Connection timed out
to=<email@example.com>,relay=none, delay=72117, delays=71966/0.02/150/0, dsn=4.4.1, status=deferred (connect to cluster8.eu.messagelabs.com[184.108.40.206]:25: Connection timed out)