Nu er geen Brexit-akkoord komt, is het onduidelijk hoe de uitwisseling van persoonsgegevens met het Verenigd Koninkrijk geregeld moet worden. Het foutief delen van data met het land kan leiden tot boetes voor Nederlandse organisaties. https://t.co/yuIvD9N3pA
18 Jan 2019
@Enexis wil graag de slimme meter plaatsing weigeren en afzeggen
14 Jan 2019
Rem Closing the loop 2018 GoTo 1964 https://t.co/HqtoP36czg
04 Jan 2019
One zeroday that still needs attention as there is no fix for it. Thanks @AndyF for sharing. A logged on user without admin rights can overwrite system files with this POC. Screen you users email attachments and downloads and educate your colleagues on security. Do not click! https://t.co/XcEwmYqLHI
31 Dec 2018
CVE-2018-8617 - CVE-2018-8618 -CVE-2018-8583 - Chakra Scripting Engine Memory Corruption Vulnerability in Edge browser fixed in December 11th 2018 update. So upgrade your Windows 10 systems. Thanx 4 the warning @AndyF https://t.co/HMvG33xhff
28 Dec 2018
Do you want to produce a download with all the applications configured in your Citrix XenApp Farm with PowerShell?Citrix installs the PowerShell extensions default on the XenApp servers so you do not have to download and configure them (see example 2 for a server based Excel version).
Here are the steps to run the Citrix PowerShell snapins on your client PC.
Example 1: PC based
Get-XAApplicationReport * -ComputerName nlaalcit01 | Export-Clixml c:\test\DownloadApps.xml
Example 2: Server BasedCheck if registered Citrix Snapins are loaded on the XenApp server:
PS> Get-PSSnapin Citrix* -RegisteredOk, the Citrix Snapins are registered. Now you can run the following commands:
Name : Citrix.Common.Commands
PSVersion : 2.0
Description : Citrix Common Commands
Name : Citrix.Common.GroupPolicy
PSVersion : 2.0
Description : Citrix Group Policy Provider
Name : Citrix.XenApp.Commands
PSVersion : 2.0
Description : Citrix XenApp Commands
PS> Add-PSSnapin Citrix*This will retrieve the following parameters per application:
PS> Get-XAApplication -ComputerName nlaalcit01 | Export-Csv c:\temp\CitrixApps.csv
Citrix XenApp application parameters exported and shown in Microsoft Excel.
This example runs on a XenApp server, grabs on the application name, description and if the application is available. The CSV file is ordered alphabetically and downloaded to the computer PC0101.
# This PowerShell script must run on a XenApp Server.
# It extracts the Application name, description and if it is enabled. The sorted file is
# downloaded to the computer PC0101 (Change it to your pc!)
# (C)Copyright 2015-2019 vanSoest.it by Johan van Soest
Get-XAApplicationReport * |
Select DisplayName, Description, Enabled |
Sort DisplayName |
Export-Csv -Path \\PC0101\c$\test\CitrixApps.csv
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