Have you moved computers and lost your address history? You know the history when you start typing an address and a list drops down to show you all the email addresses that match?
Well there’s a file, the <profilename>.NK2 file that needs to be loaded.
You have to copy it from your old location
- drive:\Documents and Settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook.
Find the NK2 file and copy it to the new location
Then in a command prompt type: outlook.exe /importnk2
Includes Data from US Secret Service and Dutch High Tech Crime Unit
This is an awesome read, if you are interested in current, historical and future IT security trends. Here’s some tidbits:
- Who is behind data breaches?
- 92% stemmed from external agents (+22%)
- 17% implicated insiders (-31%)
- <1% resulted from business partners (-10%)
- 9% involved multiple parties (-18%)
- How do Breaches occur?
- 50% utilized some form of hacking (+10%)
- 49% incorporated malware (+11%)
- 29% involved physical attacks (+14%)
- 17% resulted from privilege misuse (-31%)
- 11% employed social tactics (-17%)
Basically you delete non-Microsoft right-click shell handlers.
My preferred method is to edit the registry, but then I live boldy.
|HKCR\AllFileSystemObjects\shellex\ contextmenuhandlers||Files and file folders|
I exported the original, in case I needed to restore the registry key, but generally, I left the most basic choices.
There’s a free 2 day CISSP prep class that is given by the Univerity of Fairfax that could help people study for the exam. It’s not a replacement for class study, but a preparation for taking the CISSP exam.
You can find out more information here:
CISSP Clinic I: Domains 1 – 5
CISSP Clinic II: Domains 6 – 10
The Classes are on Oct 13 & 20th
I received this information from the LinkedIn Information Security Community Group
I found these informative SQL Diagrams that clearly show the relationships in the AdventureWorks Databases.
Here’s a sample of one of the PDFs
mstsc -v:servername /F -console
Resets Phone, Data and all Settings on Phone
UPDATE: 22 Dec 2011
Below are the documents for CISSP Study Guides, including Practice Exams. Don’t forget FreePracticeExams.org.
My Highlighted PDF’s
Here’s the link and the exe for clients to use
To fix the following error in SharePoint 2010 I used the steps outlined below. My setup was a Single Sharepoint Machine with NO Active Directory:
Unable to display this Web Part. To troubleshoot the problem, open this Web page in a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation-compatible HTML editor such as Microsoft SharePoint Designer. If the problem persists, contact your Web server administrator.
Then in Central Administration follow these steps:
- Go to Application Management >> Alternate Access Mappings
- Choose the correct URL from Alternate Access Mapping Collection (Page Left)
- Click Edit Public URLs
- Enter Intranet & Internet domain names
- Click Save