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PowerShell HTML System Report

I’ve been playing with HTML in PowerShell and ended creating not so bad script including function that creates HTML report with system info for a remote computer/server. In includes Operating System, CPU, Memory and Hard Disk, CD-Rom Info which are exported to a html file. It’s not a piece of art, have some basic error suppression, but if someone needs some info quickly it will do the job. Enjoy and leave me a comment if you need help using the script. Special thanks to Ansgar Wiechers and StackOverflow How to use: From the script folder (start powershell as admin) The entire package can be downloaded from the link below: Get-SystemReport

Microsoft Windows Security Audit Event Accesses IDs

I’m working on a powershell script extracting the file server audit log and creating a human readable html out of it when I got stumbled by the beautiful codes below (which are really hard to find) and decided that they deserve a re-post. Thanks to this guy for translating them. The list below is from WinXP, there are more codes in the newer windows versions, however, these are still valid. Here is the link to the TechNet post. BTW the Resource Hacker  still works and you can use it to extract the codes from %windir%\system32\msobjs.dll . Please note that you’ll have to translate them from HEX to decimal to receive the values you got from the… Read More »Microsoft Windows Security Audit Event Accesses IDs

Don’t Ask……

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive” – Howard Thurman

SSL routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:wrong version number or similar

After experiencing a pfsense log overflow with SSL routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:wrong version number, SSL: 1 error:140760FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:unknown protocol and similar errors for a while I finally figured a way to reduce them to the more reasonable level by simply checking Disable webConfigurator redirect rule in the advanced settings. There are still some errors in the log though, however, way less than before. Remarks – Captive Portal is disabled, webConfigurator is accessible from Internet, pfsense version is 2.2.5-RELEASE (amd64) – there is a setting to completely disable lighthttpd logging (as it was before version 2) under settings of the system log

Basic Site to Site OpenVPN between PfSense 2.2.1 and Vyos 1.1.4

After banging my head for a while I finally ended with the following working configuration of Basic Site to Site OpenVPN between PfSense 2.2.1 and Vyos 1.1.4 Pfsense Side On the PfSense router create an OpenVPN Server with the following settings Server mode – Peer to Peer Shared Key Protocol – UDP Device mode – tun Interface – WAN Local Port – 33458 (could be whatever you want) Description – testvpn Shared Key – Tick Automatically generate, needs to be copied to vyos /config/auth Encryption algorithm – BF-CBC-128 bit (could be different, needs to match both ends) Auth Digest Alghorithm – SHA1 (default for openvpn, could be different, needs to match both ends) Hardware crypto… Read More »Basic Site to Site OpenVPN between PfSense 2.2.1 and Vyos 1.1.4

Windows 8/8.1 Moving Icons

Lately I was really annoyed from my moving icons – after every login all of my icons were moving left – it turns out that the solution is easy – untick “Align Icons To Grid” and “Auto Arange Icons” (right click o nthe desktop –>View), that’s it, done 🙂