Since Apple has removed the telnet and ftp programs from their latest operating system, you may find yourself unable to use EVE-NG’s clickable interface to start up sessions to your routers that rely on telnet, and may be receiving the error below;
[Command not found: telnet] Could not create a new process and open a pseudo-tty.
Even if you follow some other guides online which suggest using homebrew or copying the files to /usr/local/bin, you’ll find this doesn’t resolve the problem of accessing telnet:// style links which EVE-NG rely’s upon.
So, to fix this; first we need to disable SIP (System Integrity Protection);
1. Reboot your Mac and hold the CMD + R keys 2. When presented with the recovery options, click Utilities at the top and choose Terminal 3. Type; csrutil disable 4. Reboot as normal
Next we need to put the files back to where they were pre-High Sierra
5. Once back onto your desktop, download the telnet and ftp files -from here- and extract them to your downloads folder. 6. Next, open a terminal and type; sudo cp ~/Downloads/mac-telnet-ftp/telnet /usr/bin/telnet sudo cp ~/Downloads/mac-telnet-ftp/ftp /usr/bin/ftp 7. Ensure these are executable, type; sudo chmod +xr /usr/bin/telnet sudo chmod +xr /usr/bin/ftp
Next we need to reboot and re-enable SIP (System Integrity Protection);
8. Again, Reboot your Mac and hold the CMD + R keys 9. When presented with the recovery options, click Utilities at the top and choose Terminal 10. Type; csrutil enable 11. Reboot as normal
Et Voila! EVE-NG should be back and working as normal, and your command line tools have been restored.
This is a tutorial on how to add calendar permissions in Office 365 for your users via PowerShell. You can add the permissions on a specific user’s mailbox, or you can add it onto an AD security group.
By default, Exchange (and Office 365) users can’t view messages or calendar items of other users. The only permission that is provided to all users by default is the ability to view free/busy information in the calendar of other users (AvailabilityOnly role).
Users can independently grant the necessary permissions to mailbox folders and items to other users from the Outlook/OWA interface. Unfortunately, in Exchange 2016/2013 and Exchange Online (Office 365), the administrator cannot centrally manage calendar permissions from the GUI (Exchange MMC, EAC—Exchange Administration Center or Office 365 admin portal). In Exchange 2010 a built-in Add-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet has appeared that allows you to manage user permissions on any users’ mailbox folder. This cmdlet is also supported in Office 365.
Office 365 Calendar Permissions
Step 1. Run PowerShell
The first is step is to launch Windows PowerShell. We recommend running it as Administrator.
Step 2. Getting Office 365 Credentials
Run the following command to login to 365 via PowerShell with your Office 365 tenant admin credentials:
Step 5. Viewing Current Calendar Permissions with PowerShell
You can view current calendar permissions of the specified mailbox by using the following:
Note. If this command returns that ‘username:\calendar’cannot be found, it most likely means that the user has Outlook language settings other than English. Appropriately, the Calendar folder can be called differently. For example, for the Dutch Language (nl-NL), to view calendar permissions, use the command:
You can get the name of the calendar in the current user’s language configuration with the command:
In some cases, you need to grant Reviewer permissions on a calendar folder in all mailboxes to all users in your Exchange organization. You can make this bulk permission change using a simple PowerShell script. To change Default calendar permission for all mailbox in mailbox database to Reviewer:
The article will explain the meaning of the status lights found on the NBN™ Connection Box (indoor unit) used for Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) services. These lights may help you quickly check on the status of your NBN™ connection which may be useful when troubleshooting NBN™ FTTP issues.
This article will also explain where to find the Connection Box’s Serial Number, which may be required in order to complete an order for NBN™ services.
From mid-2013 onwards, NBN™ Connection Boxes were installed with a plastic cover by default. To access the Connection Box, gently prise the bottom of the cover away from the two clips holding it in place at the bottom of the unit and then lift the cover upwards.
Once lifted, the Connection Box will be partially covered by casing, but you will still be able to see the status lights and access the ports as shown below.
Location of Serial Number
Once the cover is lifted, you’ll see a barcode sticker on the right-hand side of the box. The number next to S/N is the Connection Box’s Serial Number, as shown below.
No power supply. Please note that all other lights will be off if the Connection Box has no power.
Connection Box is operating on backup battery power from the Power Supply unit. If there’s no power outage, try troubleshooting.
Connection Box has power. Sometimes the light may look more orange/yellow than green – this is fine.
Connection Box is disabled. Please call our Fibre Team on 1300 455 806 (8AM-8PM AEST, Monday-Friday) as we’ll need to lodge a ticket with NBN Co.
Connection Box is working with no issues detected.
Nothing is plugged into this port. Only one UNI-D port is active for a single NBN™ service. This is typically port UNI-D 1. If this port doesn’t work and you don’t know which port was activated for your service, please call us on 13 22 58 for a hand.
A device capable of up to 1000Mbps is plugged in. This light will flash during data transfer.
A device capable of up to 10/100Mbps is plugged in. This light will flash during data transfer.
There is no NBN™ Fibre Phone service, or it’s not currently being used.
One or more Fibre phones are off the hook (typically because they are being used).
One or more Fibre phones have been off the hook for more than an hour. If no one is on a long phone call, check that your handsets are not engaged and have been returned to the hook or cradle.
Normal, no action required.
Connection Box has failed to download an update. Please call our Fibre Team on 1300 455 806 (8AM-8PM AEST, Monday-Friday) as we’ll need to lodge a ticket with NBN Co.
Connection Box is currently downloading an update with no issues.
Information security concerns are becoming more and more severe all over the world. Setting up a VPN server is incredibly valuable in terms of security and convenience. Some governments even try to ban selected websites. For instance, LinkedIn and SlideShare have been banned in Russia.
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