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new discussion 30 Jul 2015
I cant find a doc that says SMSMSE 7 supports Exchange 2013 CU8. If it does are there any know issues?
new discussion 30 Jul 2015
After Unix team applied the patches on linux media servers. Backup went down even we did hard reboots and soft reboots couple time. Here what Unix team did: No kernel patches or kernel/boot changes … just ghost/freak patching and spacewalk registration … we have done this on hundreds of other boxes. You have root on this server, so you can dig through the logs. Let me know if you need a ...
new discussion 30 Jul 2015
I want to make a Query on the database to show us the time has sensitive data stored in the table "INCIDENT" and Another query that can certify the type of encryption used.
new discussion 30 Jul 2015
We're running GSS 3.0 on Windows Server 2012, and we use it to image Windows 7 machines. About 40% of the times I start any job, it either sits there and does nothing with a blank status, or a task will say it's being executed but nothing is happening. I've restarted the services and made sure they are all running, but this glitch keeps occuring. Any thoughts?
updated discussion 30 Jul 2015
I started a Very Large Tape Backup Job Last Week (~19 TB).  At the time I slected to Backup followed by a Backup Verification.  The Backup portion completed a few hours ago.  I know that it is better to complete the verification, but I need to pull the tapes this afternoon. How do I properly Stop the Backup Verification?  The Options that I see when I right click on the ...
updated blog entry 30 Jul 2015
Una serie de nuevas vulnerabilidades para Android podrían permitir a atacantes remotos comprometer los dispositivos afectados simplemente enviándoles un mensaje multimedia malicioso (MMS). Las vulnerabilidades representan una amenaza para los usuarios de Android, ya que, en la mayoría de los casos, la víctima sólo tiene que mirar el mensaje malicioso para detonar un exploit. Los siete son ...