Monthly Archives: September 2014

gentoo fix bash vulnerability (bash shellshock) CVE-2014-7169

All Bash 3.1 users should upgrade to the latest version:

All Bash 3.2 users should upgrade to the latest version:

All Bash 4.0 users should upgrade to the latest version:

All Bash 4.1 users should upgrade to the latest version:

All Bash 4.2 users should upgrade to the latest version:

Install PFX certificate on ESXi host

1. Install OpenSSL version 0.9.8 for windows, you can get it from below link:
http://slproweb.com/download/Win32OpenSSL_Light-0_9_8zb.exe
2. Install it on a windows machine. By default, OpenSSL will be installed to C:OpenSSL
3. Copy the pfx certificates into folder C:OpenSSLbin
4. Run command line as administrator, and go to folder C:OpenSSLBin
5. Use below command to covert the certificate:
a. Generate crypt key file for the certificate via below command:

During this step, it will ask for pfx certificate password and the pass phrase for the key. Use any word you like as the pass phrase, do not use blank pass phrase.
Then use below command to decrypt the key. In this step it will ask you the pass phase you used before.

b. Generate crt file for the certificate via below command:

6. Done. Now you can install the certificate for ESXi host

Enable copy&paste in remote desktop session, if group policy disable copy&paste

Check below register key:

Verify Schema versions on all Domain Controllers

Usually we can use below batch file to check domain controller schema version.

Another very quick way to check this with only one command line is using the repadmin tool:

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Script used for enable XenDesktop Database Mirroring

Make sure that all DDCs are up and running, then run below PowerShell Script.