This post is still really rough, but should be fully functional.Continue reading »
Through multiple issues over the last month or so, I decided to completely rebuild my Munki server. This server is semi-critical in our district as all configurations are now sent out via Munki. As I was waiting for Ubuntu 16 to install and do some base configurations, I started looking for some guides on how to increase performance. I stumbled across worker_cpu_affinity.Continue reading »
DetectX Swift is an alternative to MalwareBytes Anti-Malware and was more economical for our district to use. It also is faster and more what we were looking for. I highly recommend it! This is a write up based on how we are deploying it here.Continue reading »
Recently I created a tool called dock-maintainer. This post goes over a couple things but mainly serves to explain why I created it and why I needed it instead of using other solutions. Traditionally this job (maintaining Dock configurations) has been handled in a multitude of ways. There have been many ways to do this. One can use configuration profiles, puppet/salt/chef/etc,
outset with a script (a method I used until recently).
I have recently been playing with a tool called Hello IT. It has been a wonderful tool in testing and I am getting excited to send it out here in our district. I believe it will help our staff be able to communicate to us effectively. Our current layout looks like this:Continue reading »