Setting up some new Ubiquiti Wifi Access points, on reboot the Wifi SSID would show for a bit then disappear. A look at the Radio’s on the devices came up as Auto (Disabled)
By Default, the Ubiqiti controller Site Setting has “Enable Connectivity Monitor and Wireless Uplink” enabled by default. This means if the Access points can’t connect ( ping ) the gateways defined in Network they will no enable the SSID broadcast ( and disable Wireless )
You can disable this setting, but you probably want to update the Gateway in the Network details to the correct one , and make sure DHCP is running or set static and make sure it can communicate to the gateway
|Failed authentication for XXXX, Date: 2019-11-26, Time: 13:26:01 AEDT, IP: X.X.X.X, Application: MfO, Method: IWA, Reason: Wrong password|
|Failed authentication for XXXX, Date: 2019-11-22, Time: 15:13:23 AEDT, IP: X.X.X.X, Application: App Launcher, Method: EWS Basic, Reason: Wrong password|
Application: MfO = Mimecast for Outlook
Application: App Launcher = MyApps Webbased portal
Method = IWA ( Intergrated Windows Authentication ) usually from the Mimecast Outlook Add In
Method = EWS Basic ( Used by Domain Authentication to check onprem )
Either go to a working Windows 10 Machine or download files from here
Take Ownership of C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository ( and Subfolders )
Then Open C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository ( Click Continue to add security )
Then Open C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository\Packages ( Click Continue to add security )
Copy the correct ActivationStore.dat from the downloaded Zip or a working PC to the folders in here ( Make sure you copy to each folder )
C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ShellExperienceHost* C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.StartMenuExperienceHost* C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.Cortana* C:\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\AppRepository\Packages\Microsoft.AAD.BrokerPlugin*
Agent communication and updates
Management portal and support ticket logs upload
Agent file downloading and uploading
Web Filtering (elasticbeanstalk is an Amazon AWS domain)
Possibly caused by updates this week.
You need to delete the Recycle bin that is within the user profile section.
You can either shadow the user and browse to C:\users\%username% and delete the $recycle.bin folder or get the user to log off, then mount the VHDK file and delete it that way.
Users are able to then delete form the desktop.
Recently looking at some charity licensing where I found 2 sets of Windows Server User Cals
The first one was nearly half the cost of the other , turns out SKU: LS-40627 you have a limit of 50, so you will need to purchase these before purchasing anymore of R18-05766 ( Can be purchased in parallel )
By default Fortigates come with all their LAN interfaces on a hardware switch. You might want to change this so you can use these as seperate interfaces
- Delete all the policies attaches to the LAN network
- Removed DHCP from the Lan Network
Next in CLI run the below
configure system virtual–switch