Yay. I needed to write up a quick project plan for an upcoming engagement. I refuse to do project plans in Excel on principle.
Installed Project 2013 on my Windows 10 VM. Applied pending Windows update. Created plan. Saved to SharePoint Online. Closed Project.
Went and did something else.
Came back to make adjustments to the plan. Everytime I opened the plan from SP in Project it would open as read-only.
This is a known issue and the KB below will help you.
Ill drop Project 2016 on there tomorrow and see if its O365 integration is any saner. In the meantime the patch below worked around the problem.
Source: mpp files stored in SharePoint open read only in Project Client | Microsoft Office Sharepoint
APNIC has a list of documents and information regarding Best Practices for IPv6 deployments in various types of environments.
FYI, I dislike the term ‘Best Practice’ because in IT solutions are almost never “one size fits all”. I’ll generally refer to Recommended Practices.
DHS has released their v1.0 Security Principles for the IoT.
The growth of network-connected devices, systems and services comprising the Internet of Things (IoT) provides efficiencies and personalization of experience that is attractive to both manufacturers and consumers.
Source: Securing the Internet of Things | Homeland Security
It’s been a while since I got under the hood of a linux VM. Nice to see that timekeeping configuration has gotten simpler to implement and manage.
Setting your server’s clock and timezone properly is essential in ensuring the healthy operation of distributed systems and maintaining accurate log timestamps. This tutorial will show you how to configure NTP time synchronization and set the timezone
For brevity and ease of recollection in the future, the command is
Source: How To Set Timezone and NTP Sync on Ubuntu [Quickstart] | DigitalOcean
Also, http://blogging.dragon.org.uk/setting-up-ntp-on-ubuntu-14-04/ has a nifty command that useful for monitoring the status of ntpd on a machine.
watch ntpq -cpe -cas
Before we go gateless, lets first get some wireless networking for commuters huh?
Inside transport ticketing’s gateless future.
Source: Will Australian train stations one day be free of turnstiles? – Hardware – iTnews
A short and useful guide for organisations with a security consciousness wanting to get on board with a Cloud provider.
This document is designed to assist cyber security teams, cloud architects and business representatives to work together to use cloud services securely.
Source: Cloud Computing Security for Tenants: ASD Australian Signals Directorate
Why am I only finding out about this tool now? How long has this been around?
The “Local Administrator Password Solution” (LAPS) provides management of local account passwords of domain joined computers. Passwords are stored in Active Directory (AD) and protected by ACL, so only eligible users can read it or request its reset.
Source: Download Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) from Official Microsoft Download Center