Terry Zink, an MVP, wrote a good article about the difficulty most common e-mail filters have at stopping phishing impersonation attacks using simple display tricks.
When running Get-ReceiveConnector, the contents of the RemoteIPRanges field may be truncated if there are a lot of entries. You can "expand" the list:
Get-ReceiveConnector MyConnector | Select -expand RemoteIPRanges | FT
This will expand each of the IP range objects and FT makes sure it's nicely formatted in a table. For single addresses, you only need the LowerBound column, but if ranges have been specified, you probably want both columns.
You can easily backup the complete configuration of a Brocade FC switch through the CLI. It works similar to that of a Dell or Cisco switch, allowing to copy the configuration to a remote server. FTP, SCP, SFTP and others are supported.
Log on to your switch through the CLI, then:
Switch1:admin> configupload Protocol (scp, ftp, sftp, local) [ftp]: scp Server Name or IP Address [host]: 220.127.116.11 User Name [user]: remoteuser Path/Filename [<home dir>/config.txt]: /home/remoteuser/switch1.txt Section (all|chassis|switch [all]): all email@example.com's password: configUpload complete: All selected config parameters are uploaded
If you encounter the following error message while trying to backup the internal database (IDB):
The reason might be due to the backup being initiated by the Inet process which may run as a certain user account that has not been added to the impersonation of the cell manager.
To resolve, follow these steps:
Found this interesting read on VMFS Extents and some of the (negative) myths that have arisen over the years: