I’ve seen documentation online about password resets for AD Self Service but nothing for ADAudit Plus

The process is similiar : 

a) Browse “<installation dir.>\bin” location (e.g. C:\Program Files\ManageEngine\ADSelfService Plus\bin).
b) Execute “resetADSSPPassword.bat” file from command prompt to reset admin password.
 
But you need a login which 
 
Username : apap
Password : apap
 
Then run through the prompts it gives you on the screen for the reset
 
1. Login to ADAP CmdUtil using credentials username : adap , password : adap
2. Type “account reset-password -u admin” and press Enter
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  • control smscfgrc (for ConfigMgr Client applet)
  • control printers (for devices & printers)
  • sysdm.cpl (for System Properties, joining workgroup/domain)
  • mstsc -v:<serverName> (for RDP session)
  • dsa.msc (for ADUC)
  • gpmc.msc (for Group Pol Mgmt Console)
  • gpedit.msc (for Local Grou Pol Console)
  • devmgmt.msc (Device Management)
  • lusrmgr.msc (local users mgmt console)
  • mmc.exe (blank mmc console – add your snap-ins)
  • ncpa.cpl (Network Connections) 
  • appwiz.cpl opens add/remove programs
  • certmgr.msc opens certificate manager
  • certlm.msc Local computer certificate management instead of going through MMC to add it
  • diskmgmt.msc (Disk Management)
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Install 2019-11 Cumulative Update (either for 1903 or for 1909), this will uninstall the problem KB4517389

The update breaks something on the user profile  , you will need to backup and delete faulty profile from workstation and rebuild

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Solution for Auskey Firefox \ Chrome

Auskey installation puts the program for the Extension to user in this location for whoever installed the program

C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\AUSkey

This folder and file need copying to the correct user profile and then you need the extension for Chrome and Firefox Installing

 

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Recently during a DR Test we wanted to change the Address on the RDP file that was being downloaded for the Remote Desktop Gateway.

Someone has put together a nicescript that can do it here : 

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Change-published-FQDN-for-2a029b80

However the file still has the old address in this line : gatewayhostname:s:

You can change this using powershell per below

Import-Module RemoteDesktop

Set-RDSessionCollectionConfiguration -CollectionName “Finance Staff RDP” -CustomRdpProperty “gatewayhostname:s:rdssb.office.domain.com

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Things I did

  • Workout at least twice during each day ( 10K run at Lunch and 1-2 hours Cycling Swiming in the evening )
  • Start Eating Breakfast! Muslei and lots of nuts
  • Turned Vegetarian to help nutrition 
  • Practiced Sea Swimming
  • Gave up caffine/went Decaf for Coffee
  • Performed 10 180KM Bike Rides and 4K Swims , try to do something long once a week
  • Start Tapering 2 weeks before

Things I didn’t do 

  • Get a Triathlon Coach
  • Get a swimming Coach
  • Do Brick Workouts
  • Join Stava
  • Monitor Heart Rate
  • Use Tri Bars as much as I thought
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Recently was trying to save credentials logging into a management server and it would ask for a password each time
 
Computer configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Connection Client
 
Do not allow passwords to be saved was set to “Enabled”
 
Computer configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Security
 
Always prompt for password upon connection was set to “Enabled”
 
Removing both of these fixed the issue
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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 

 

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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 ) 

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