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The MacBook Pro is a lie - The Verge. Microsoft bascule PowerShell en open source, des versions Linux et macOS disponibles. Microsoft vient de passer son PowerShell en open source, annonçant dans la foulée une arrivée prochaine sur Linux et macOS.

Microsoft bascule PowerShell en open source, des versions Linux et macOS disponibles

La décision concerne aussi bien le langage de script que le shell lui-même. Windows 10 Upgrade: First 5 things to do after Windows 10 download. Windows users, it’s time to breathe a collective sigh of relief.

Windows 10 Upgrade: First 5 things to do after Windows 10 download

After what seemed like an eternity trapped in the clutches of Windows 8, Microsoft’s latest and greatest operating system is finally here to save us. Tech bloggers the world over have sung Windows 10 praise. Is it really that great, or is it just that anything is better than the nightmare that was Windows 8? SCCM 2012 - L'administration centrée sur l'utilisateur : Introduction - MEN IN CLOUD. Accueil - SC 2012 - SCCM 2012 – L’administration centrée sur l’utilisateur : Introduction SCCM 2012 – L’administration centrée sur l’utilisateur : Introduction Doucement le phénomène de consumérisation intègre l'entreprise et nous, gestionnaires de parc de terminaux, nous retrouvons de plus en plus fréquemment confrontés à cette réalité.

SCCM 2012 - L'administration centrée sur l'utilisateur : Introduction - MEN IN CLOUD

Pour répondre à cette évolution des usages, SCCM 2012 embarque une fonctionnalité majeure, si ce n'est la plus importante, à savoir l'administration centrée sur l'utilisateur. Contrairement à SCCM 2007 où les actions ciblaient les systèmes, SCCM 2012 propose de cibler la réalisation de ces mêmes actions sur les utilisateurs. Rassurez-vous, cette fonctionnalité ne remplace pas la précédente mais elle la complète. Vi. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

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Pour les articles homonymes, voir VI. vi est un éditeur de texte en mode texte plein écran écrit par Bill Joy en 1976 sur une des premières versions de la distribution Unix BSD. Il est présent d'office sur la majorité des systèmes Unix actuels, souvent sous la forme d'un clone du logiciel vi originel. Origine du nom[modifier | modifier le code] Linux Commands With Appendicies. Container-Based Controls versus Dynamic Authorization: The Difference in Windows Environments (Part 1 of 2) By Sandeep Chopra.

Container-Based Controls versus Dynamic Authorization: The Difference in Windows Environments (Part 1 of 2)

If you are debating whether to upgrade to Windows Server 2012, plenty of articles describe its new security benefits (for example, see here and here). Fewer articles discuss the basic shift in Access Management this release can enable. To understand the potential benefits of one key feature, Dynamic Access Control, it’s useful to compare this approach with more well-known models of Access Management, such as ACLs and Security Groups. This blog is first in a series that compares how Access Management was handled in Windows environments prior to the 2012 release with what’s possible now. Container-Based Controls: ACLs and Group Management ACLs and Security Groups are currently the most ubiquitous model of Access Management.

The ACL and Security Group model is both manual (with permissions defined per container, by an Administrator), and static (pre-determined and applied ahead of time). From the Perspective of IT Administrators. ForensicsWiki. DeployHappiness. Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog – Learn about Windows PowerShell. Summary: Capture the status code of a PowerShell session in Linux or macOS.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog – Learn about Windows PowerShell

Could you show me how to run a PowerShell script in Linux or macOS and capture the status of whether that script succeeded or failed? No problem, my friend. Just run the PowerShell session, and start the script as in the following… Summary: Find and install the Open Source PowerShell software for Linux or Windows. I was reading up about a great new change in PowerShell. Summary: Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how to split a string by using a string instead of just a character. How to Prevent Users from Changing Permissions on File Servers. On file servers in corporate environments one typically does not want users to change permissions, even on their own files.

How to Prevent Users from Changing Permissions on File Servers

It might seem that it would be sufficient to simply grant change permissions instead of full control, but unfortunately that is not the case. The problem is that whenever a new file gets created, the user creating the file will be its owner. And owners can always change permissions, regardless of the contents of the DACL. The Solution In order to prevent “orderly” users from “tidying” the permissions on their files and directories and thus messing things up, often removing administrators from the DACL, too, the following needs to be done: Only grant change (aka modify) permissions in the NTFS file system.

The clever part is not granting “full control” in the share permissions to users. Naming Files, Paths, and Namespaces (Windows) All file systems supported by Windows use the concept of files and directories to access data stored on a disk or device.

Naming Files, Paths, and Namespaces (Windows)

Windows developers working with the Windows APIs for file and device I/O should understand the various rules, conventions, and limitations of names for files and directories. Data can be accessed from disks, devices, and network shares using file I/O APIs. Files and directories, along with namespaces, are part of the concept of a path, which is a string representation of where to get the data regardless if it's from a disk or a device or a network connection for a specific operation. For additional information, see the following subsections: File and Directory Names Character count limitations can also be different and can vary depending on the file system and path name prefix format used.

Naming Conventions The following fundamental rules enable applications to create and process valid names for files and directories, regardless of the file system: Short vs.