Folders can’t be recovered but the files are still present so you can manually recreate the folder and search for the files in iManage and move them back into it. If your not sure all the files you can restore the database to find the old PRJ_ID of the folder then search for the files with that Parent

A script below helps with restoring Subfolders etc : 

The first for the folders, the second for documents. You will also need to run something similar for folder profiles and security, but that should be straight forward.

@prjid would the first folder you wish to restore, the query will pull all of the children.

Replace “PRODUCTION” and “RESTORE” with your own db names.

!!Of course use at your own risk, this works on my environment, and should work on yours too. !!

-- Folders / Workspace
DECLARE @prjID BIGINT;
select @prjid = --PARENT FOLDER ID


WITH tblChild AS
(
    SELECT * FROM  RESTORE.mhgroup.projects WHERE prj_pid = @prjID
    UNION ALL
    SELECT p.*  FROM RESTORE.mhgroup.projects p JOIN tblChild c  ON p.prj_pid = c.prj_id
)
insert into PRODUCTION.mhgroup.projects
SELECT * FROM tblChild where prj_id not in (select prj_id from PRODUCTION.mhgroup.projects)
OPTION(MAXRECURSION 32767)


-- Documents
DECLARE @prjID BIGINT;
select @prjid = --PARENT FOLDER ID

WITH tblChild AS
(
    SELECT * FROM  mhgroup.projects WHERE prj_pid = @prjID
    UNION ALL
    SELECT p.*  FROM mhgroup.projects p JOIN tblChild c  ON p.prj_pid = c.prj_id
)

insert into PRODUCTION.mhgroup.project_items
SELECT s.* FROM tblChild p
 inner join RESTORE.mhgroup.project_items s on s.prj_id = p.prj_id
where sid not in (select sid from PRODUCTION.mhgroup.project_items)
OPTION(MAXRECURSION 32767)
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You cannot rename an iManage account , you have to delete and start again , if syned from AD or 365 , the new spelling won’t update because the GUID is locked to the old user
 
****This basically does a delete and re-assigns all documents
 
Login to Worksite Database Management
 
 
Find the incorrect user and rename to a temp/IT account ( rightclick Rename From and To )

The old user will be cleared
 
Restart iManage Directory Sync service to re-sync the new user

 

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28/02/2020 1:21:18 PM :: Failed to create snapshot (Microsoft CSV Shadow Copy Provider) (mode: Crash consistent) Details: Unknown status of async operation
The shadow copy provider timed out while flushing data to the volume being shadow copied. This is probably due to excessive activity on the volume. Try again later when the volume is not being used so heavily.
–tr:Failed to create VSS snapshot.
–tr:Failed to perform pre-backup tasks.

28/02/2020 1:22:48 PM :: Retrying snapshot creation attempt (Unknown status of async operation
The shadow copy provider timed out while flushing data to the volume being shadow copied. This is probably due to excessive activity on the volume. Try again later when the volume is not being used so heavily.
–tr:Failed to create VSS snapshot.
–tr:Failed to perform pre-backup tasks.) 

 

  1. Make sure the VHD disk sites on the same Cluster Share Volume as the config Files
  2. Make sure the Checkpoint File Location is also set to the same Cluster Share Volume

 

 

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We need two VIBS for this : 

The Utility

Software | System Management
HPE Smart Storage Administrator (HPE SSA) CLI for VMware 6.7

Download Page https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX_875f40a825e449a685a827679f&swEnvOid=4196
Description The HPE Smart Storage Administrator CLI is a commandline-based disk configuration program for Smart Array Controllers and RAID Array Controllers.
Severity Optional
Operating Environments VMware vSphere 6.7
4.15.6.0
Dec 20, 2019


This gives us our ssacli-4.15.6.0-6.7.0.vib

 

The Driver : 

Driver | Storage Controller
* RECOMMENDED * HPE ProLiant Smart Array Controller Driver for VMware vSphere 6.7 (VIB file)
Fewer details
Download Page https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX_76c5f8899aa8410e96f202eb82&swEnvOid=4196
Description This VIB file is used to update the HPE ProLiant Smart Array driver on an existing VMware vSphere 6.7 installation. VIB file version must be higher than the driver version already installed.
Severity Recommended
Operating Environments VMware vSphere 6.7

 

This gives us our  nhpsa-2.0.44-1OEM.670.0.0.8169922.x86_64.vib

 

Install these vibs ( Upload them to a datastore ) 

 

esxcli software vib install -v /vmfs/volumes/%DatastoreID%/nhpsa-2.0.30-1OEM.670.0.0.7535516.x86_64.vib
esxcli software vib install -v /vmfs/volumes/%DatastoreID%/ssacli-4.15.6.0-6.7.0.vib

Run these commands once server rebooted

https://blog.ndk.name/manage-hpe-smart-array-in-vmware-esxi/
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Recently rebooted a server and the server wouldn’t post past this

HPE DL380 Gen9 starting drivers

Firmware and Bios had recently been updated so it could not have been that

Checking the Integrated Management Log   showed the below , however the ILO Health was Green! 

Disconnecting the P440 Card fixed the issue until HP sent Replacement

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When trying to print to a Toshiba e-Studio 3555c , you get the error Stopped – ‘Filter’ failed
Download the Mac Drivers from here : https://www.toshiba-business.com.au/support/drivers/details?Term=e-studio3555c For your correct version of OSX

Delete and reinstall the printer with AirPrint Driver Selected

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Made sure I could ping the machine

  1. Windows Firewall was off
  2. Ran through these checks – https://www.poweradmin.com/help/faqs/how-to-enable-wmi-for-remote-access/
  3. Ran this on the converter machine : WMIC /node:”172.16.1.9″ /user:”localmachine\usernane” /password:”password” computersystem get totalphysicalmemory

    ERROR:
    Description = Access is denied.
  4. Started Service WinRM
  5. Ran winrm quickconfig as administrator and press Y to “Configure LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy to greant administrative rights remotely to local users.”
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Login to the Virtual Appliance with the root user you setup during the wizard ( https://techexpert.tips/apc/powerchute-network-shutdown-installation-on-vmware-esxi/

ls /opt/apc/powerchute/group1/

sudo vi pcnsconfig.ini

Under NetworkManagementCard press the insert key and enter the below

Press Escape , then press

!wq!

Now restart the service


sudo /etc/init.d/PowerChute stop

sudo /etc/init.d/PowerChute start
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Per information here : https://www.4armed.com/blog/llmnr-nbtns-poisoning-using-responder/ , in a Pentest you might fail this unless you do the below

  • Disabling LLMNR:
    • Open the Group Policy Editor in your version of Windows
    • Navigate to Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Network > DNS Client
    • Under DNS Client, make sure that “Turn OFF Multicast Name Resolution” is set to Enabled
  • Netbios over TCPIP disabled
    • DHCP option “001 Microsoft Disable Netbios Option” configured for all scopes with value of 0x2
    • NetbiosOptions value changed to 2 in registry for all interfaces with PS script
    • LLMNR disabled using GPO
    • Configured Secure only dynamic updates for all DNS zones
  • WPAD
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When you join a Cisco Spark Hub Device to your Webex account , you need to use this trust to create a new local user and password. You need to use the cloud account to login to the device to create a local username and password

On the same network as the device , login to https://admin.webex.com/devices with your webex Administrator details

Select your device and click on Device Web Portal – Launch Web Portal per below which will login to the device as your cloud details

Set a local Username and password here

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