iapp (@PrivacyPros ) published a preliminary #checklist with some of the main items that companies need to check before the #Brexit deadline of 31-12-2020. Some of the items may change if the parties manage to reach an agreement. #GDPR #Transfers #EU<->#UK https://t.co/Qkg23g6atH
29 Oct 2020
@EUstaran @ICOnews Dear Eduardo, I understand your feelings about the current state of business with Corona and the impending Brexit. But now it seems you advocate that when a company is doing not so well, privacy protection is less of an issue. #GDPR
16 Oct 2020
The French National Commission on Information Technology and Freedoms (CNIL) recommends all French services to stop storing health data using Microsoft or any other company subject to 'US law' as soon as possible. https://t.co/3RrmRlWAWI
16 Oct 2020
Now on Youtube ex #beatle Paul McCartney @PaulMcCartney for the Teenage Cancer Trust 2012 https://t.co/DZlmvcebSl
11 Oct 2020
#Straling, #spectrum, #5G, er wordt nogal wat angst over gezaaid. Maar wat is straling? En hoe zit het met 5G? Natuurkundige Anna Gimbrère @AnnaGimbrere legt duidelijk uit over elektromagnetische straling via @Bright TV. Sorry, Dutch Only. #radiation #5G. https://t.co/ozq25ZFMTu
11 Oct 2020
DNSCMD (as referenced in my article in SSWUG.org)Domain Name Server (DNS) mutations can be performed by scripts using the following command line commands (Windows 2000 or better) :
ExamplesAdding DNS records
Adding a new DNS record to access the server named TestServer at IP-Address 10.1.133.45 with the DNS server nlaaldns1:
dnscmd nlaaldns1.van_soest.it /recordadd van_soest.it TestServer A 10.1.133.45Adding the Alias FileServer pointing to the recently created TestServer
dnscmd nlaaldns1.van_soest.it /recordadd van_soest.it FileServer CNAME TestServer.van_soest.itTesting the correct configuration with the ping command:
c:>ping FileServer -4 Pinging TestServer.van_soest.it [10.1.133.45] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 10.1.133.45: bytes=32 time=21ms TTL=126 Reply from 10.1.133.45: bytes=32 time=21ms TTL=126 Reply from 10.1.133.45: bytes=32 time=22ms TTL=126 Reply from 10.1.133.45: bytes=32 time=22ms TTL=126 Ping statistics for 10.1.133.45: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss), Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds: Minimum = 21ms, Maximum = 22ms, Average = 21ms
Removing DNS records
Removing the Alias and Host DNS records without asking for confirmation (use in batches):
dnscmd nlaaldns1.van_soest.it /recorddelete van_soest.it FileServer CNAME 10.1.133.45 /f
dnscmd nlaaldns1.van_soest.it /recorddelete van_soest.it TestServer A 10.1.133.45 /f
Warning: A Windows domain name can not contain an underscore "_" according to these standards. The underscore is used in these examples as a spam counter measure.
Also read the topic Allow DNS Aliases on File Servers.
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