When I clicked the end exam button I was prepared to see that I had failed. While answering almost all of the questions with confidence (maybe 2 or 3 were badly worded or too vague to select the correct answer) I had thought surely it was too easy… but no! I achieved a passing mark […]
Horrified, excited, anxious, and determined!
Now that I’m in the end stages of study for my CCENT exam I am finding all of the study material that I possibly can. In my travels I came across udemy and Lazaro Diaz’s courses which are now discounted by 90% or more! The discount is only valid until Oct 16, 2016 5:59 PM! So get in […]
So for many years I have taken many half-hearted attempts at preparing myself for a Cisco CCNA exam, but never really got off the starting block. I would read some articles online, get a PDF from here, a training video from there, and attempt to retain the knowledge of all these different sources. Often they would […]
The Windows 7 Kiosk’s have been doing well over the last year, but have proven to be a bit of a pain with updates. Each month I set a reminder to perform Windows & AV updates. AV was fine (We use SEP) but Windows would always hang on a few .NET updates or cumulative roll […]
Just a quick one. Configured our WDS server to display options for a Linux PXE boot with DBAN options 🙂 Nice and easy to follow guides. http://www.serenux.com/2014/05/howto-setup-dariks-boot-and-nuke-dban-to-automatically-erase-storage-devices-via-pxe-boot/ http://www.serenux.com/2010/05/howto-setup-your-own-pxe-boot-server-using-ubuntu-server/
I was recently asked to create some easy to use Kiosk machines for work that would be as locked down as possible, and provide a familiar and easy experience for our staff. My first thought was Linux, and sure enough there were quite a few flavours out there to choose from when it came to pre-built […]