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Login to Azure Active Directory. Locate Usage & insights , under Monitoring

Select “Users registerd for Multi-Factor Authentication”



Can also be done in powershell :

Monitoring with PowerShell: Monitoring the used MFA type for O365/Azure.

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After adding new disks to a controller you might come across an error about Max Raid Size Group

Default Raidsize group depends on size of disk but this will be 16 , FYI – The maximum RAID group size is 28

There does not seem to be an easy way to do this via GUI

Open Cluster Shell , enter the following to get into Aggr Options



Show your existing maxraidsize


aggr show -fields maxraidsize

Change the Value

aggr modify -aggregate aggrname -maxraidsize 18


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Recently I needed to train a SysAdmin on how to whitelist sites using the Gui. I couldn’t find an online guide ( only using CLI ) so here it is! 

  1. Create a Block and Allow List

2. Add URL’s you would like to block and allow

3. Create a new policy to block and allow these

4. Add this policy as a UTM Policy under Web Filtering Polices

5) Define this UTM policy in between zones 

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clip_image0024[1]When provisioning a new VMware host important things to configure

1) NTP Server
2) IP of Management with DNS Name
3) Portgroup Names
4) Syslog Server
5) SNMP Trap for monitoring
6) Renaming Local Datastore to something with the server name other than datastore1
7) Nic Teaming

Another thing that is also important to setup is the pass selection policy. Depending on the SAN Manufacturer they will tell you the recommended policy e.g.

1) Fixed
2) Round Robin
3) Recently used

Most of the time it will be Round Robin

This can be changed via Command Line

esxcli storage nmp satp set -s VMW_SATP_ALUA -P VMW_PSP_RR

or through the VMWare Client

Go to Configuration Tab on Host , go to Storage , Go to Properties of Datastore and click Manage Paths

When changed make sure no VM’s are on the host as this could disrupt them

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As there is no notification with the iManage Email Filing Server when folder status turns from Succeeded to reset the folder , we use the following SQL Statement to notify us via email when there are problems


$PSEmailServer = "smptserver"
##SQL Query Function no SQL installs needed all powershell baby
function Invoke-SQL ($SQLServer, $SqlQuery) {
#Uncomment below to double check the statement
#Write-Host $SqlQuery
$SqlConnection = New-Object System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection
$SqlConnection.ConnectionString = "Server = $SQLServer; Integrated Security = True"
$SqlCmd = New-Object System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand
$SqlCmd.CommandText = $SqlQuery
$SqlCmd.Connection = $SqlConnection
$SqlAdapter = New-Object System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataAdapter
$SqlAdapter.SelectCommand = $SqlCmd
$DataSet = New-Object System.Data.DataSet
return $dataset.tables
$sqlresult = Invoke-SQL imanagesqlserver "select COUNT(1) from [imanagedatabase].[MHGROUP].EM_PROJECTS where ENABLED='Y' AND (STATUS=-1 or STATUS=-3)"
$DocGenCount = $sqlresult| select -expand Column1
if ($DocGenCount -gt 0 ) {
Send-MailMessage -From "[email protected]" -to "[email protected]" -Subject "EFS Problem Database Support" -Body "Current number of Issues $DocGenCount "


We recently got alerts through however logging into the Worksite Email Filing Server Management GUI there were no marked folders for resetting. This was due to the email address of the iManage user not matching the users filing email


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