Monthly Archives: December 2016

Create FTP with Local User Isolation (in Powershell Script)

FTP with user isolation is a magic feature that microsoft introduced since IIS 7.5. It’s similar to chroot in linux that each user is jailed in each his own directory ;P. Each user’s directory is isolated from other users’ directories, … Continue reading

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Create FTP with Local User Isolation (in GUI Method)

The magic of ftp with user isolation is that every users has his own directory and this user cannot see or browse other users’ directories. In linux, it is similar to “chroot” option after the user has logged in. This … Continue reading

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Ping (ICMP) the host with logged timestamps

Ping is the most basic and the most oldest built-in tool, that every system/network administrator cannot live without when troubleshooting network connection at TCP/IP Layer-3. I sometimes had to make long time ping test for network latency issues. Test-Connection is … Continue reading

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List ALL VMware SRM Protected VMs with their Protection Group Names

In your VMware Site-Recovery-Manager Environment, you may need to fetch the list of protected VMs and their associated protection group for documentation purpose. For this purpose, I created this one-liner command to fetch the necessary information with Name, Protection Group … Continue reading

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