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The Perils of Default

Posted by Kelson Lawrence on Sep 17, 2013 2:05:00 PM

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Using Syslog to Stop the Mad Power Cycle

Posted by Kelson Lawrence on Sep 10, 2013 10:05:00 AM

By James Hanback

If you’ve ever worked a help desk job in a small office environment, you might have unwittingly trained the end users in your company that a simple restart is the magical solution to every problem, from slow performance to a crashing application. It might even clear up your acne and cure that nagging cough you can’t seem to kick. Naturally, you know better. But over the many years that computer systems have entrenched themselves in every niche of our lives, some of the most common problems end users face have been most easily solved—at least in the short term—by a system reboot (or by pressing the Caps Lock key). So the user reboots and, hopefully, moves on.

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NetSim 9 GUI Updates | September 4, 2013

Posted by Kelson Lawrence on Sep 4, 2013 10:40:00 AM

By Brian Scheibe and Kelson Lawrence

Quick NetSim 9 GUI update here....The NetSim 9 GUI has recently been updated to include several features that you should find helpful to your studies.

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Tags: Brian Scheibe, netsim 9 GUI updates, separate windows, lab instructions, netmap, Kelson Lawrence