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Log Parser provides a generic SQL-like language on top of many types of data like IIS Logs, Event Viewer entries, XML files, CSV files, File System and others; and it allows you to export the result of the queries to many output formats such as CSV (Comma-Separated Values, etc), XML, SQL Server, Charts and others; and it works well with IIS 5, 6, 7 and 7.5. Some example queries can be found here: http://blogs.msdn.com/carlosag/archive/2010/03/25/analyze-your-iis-log-files-favorite-log-parser-queries.aspx Demo Sample: LogParser.exe "SELECT c-ip As Machine, REVERSEDNS(c-ip) As Name, COUNT(*) As Hits FROM c:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1\u_ex*.log GROUP BY Machine ORDER BY Hits DESC"
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http://sys.tools/@exchange-log-analyzer Learn the working process of Exchange log Analyzer software to view & open Exchange Server transaction log files. SysTools Exchange log Analyzer is The best Exchange log Reader/Viewer for analyzing Exchange edb.log Files.
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Basic steps to configure Exchange connection and related settings . In this video you'll see how to configure Exchange connection , target domain, mailbox owner's user name, password , as well as the path to mailbox folder where incoming messages are stored , and other two folder which are the destination of messages processed successfully and those who failed to be dumped to the database.
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This is a short capability demonstration video. For some time now it has been known that attackers can selectively modify Windows event logs. As time has progressed, more and more succinct public code snippets have popped up online. This implementation is a mix of those snippets with some added changes. This capability should be considered public at this point and it is expected that it will be adopted in targeted attacks by groups with a certain maturity level.
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A Wireshark tutorial for beginners that shows users how to track network activity, view specific frame, tcp, ip and http information, view specific packets being sent and received on the network, view information within those packets and spot malicious or suspicious network behavior. For behind the scenes and exclusive content: https://www.instagram.com/ansonalex.c0m/ Published by Anson Alexander from http://AnsonAlex.com.
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Auditing with Power BI has been available for a few months within the US and more recently within all regions except Europe and Australia as a preview. This provides auditing on certain events to understand what your organization is doing with the service. The new activity that has been added is when a free user signs up for the 60 day Power BI Pro Trial within the Power BI service. This activity is called OptInForProTrial. In this video, I show you how you can use PowerShell to assign Power BI Pro licenses based on those audit log entries. Full Blog with PowerShell script https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/using-power-bi-audit-log-and-powershell-to-assign-power-bi-pro-licenses/ Extra Video: Additional Options for automating Power BI License Assignment - https://youtu.be/x-dvc-YZgco LET'S CONNECT! Guy in a Cube -- https://guyinacube.com -- http://twitter.com/guyinacube -- http://www.facebook.com/guyinacube -- Snapchat - guyinacube -- https://www.instagram.com/guyinacube/
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I'm sorry that the audio is so screwed up. This is the fist video that I made on my MacBook Air and I used the built-in microphone thinking that it would be fine, but I guess I was wrong. I had to edit the video to remove some of the parts that had a lot of mic feedback, so if you see it jumping around that's why. Next time I'll make sure that I use my nice one. Here's a link to the code, as promised: https://gist.github.com/Experiment5X/8275076 Students Text File: http://pastebin.com/PxgcT8Dy
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How to open ETL File of type .etl: When i am trying to open the Network Diagnostics Log ETL File with notepad, i am seeing the unknown characters in the notepad like yyyyyy.. Solution: Open event viewer and go to 'Action menu'. Then choose the 'Open saved log' option. Change the file type to trace log files and locate the file. For easier to navigate and manipulate, event viewer will convert the .etl file into event log format. Stay subscribed to know how to read ETL File using the cmd command
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Tune in for TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019 on March 6th at 9:15 AM (PT). #TFDevSummit brings together a diverse mix of machine learning users from around the world for two days of highly technical talks, demos, and conversation with the TensorFlow team and community. View the schedule → http://bit.ly/TFDS19 TF Dev Summit '19 all sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/TFDS19Sessions Subscribe to the TensorFlow YouTube channel → https://bit.ly/TensorFlow1 #MachineLearning #Google Music by Terra Monk → http://bit.ly/TerraMonkTFDS
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This video shows how to migrate migration utility for OEM MFT to INFAMFT. This includes: Migration configuration file parameters Migration tool commands and syntax Demo
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Microsoft Exchange Servers are a high value target, making investigation of them during Incident Response vital, but where do you start? What should you look for? Backdoor implants in the form of webshells hiding in OWA are on the rise. Find out how to hunt webshells and differentiate between legitimate use and attacker activity, using default logging available on every Exchange Server, through real world examples. It’s easier than you might think, and these techniques can help up your DFIR game in environments containing Exchange Servers! Josh Bryant (@FixTheExchange), Cybersecurity Architect, Microsoft Josh Bryant, Cybersecurity Architect, Microsoft Josh Bryant is a Cybersecurity Architect (Senior Consultant Cyber II) at Microsoft where he is currently focused on delivering Cybersecurity services ranging from Tactical and Strategic Recovery to Advanced Threat Analytics implementations, Risk Assessments, and more, to customers in a variety of industries around the [email protected]
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This is a python flask json tutorial. The aim is to see how to convert a dict or dictionary to json array. This is important because it can allow you to create a simple webservice in flask. SOURCE CODE REFERENCE : http://camposha.info/flask/convert-dictionary-to-json What is JSON? Well JSON is the most popular data inter-change format. The reason for that is because of it's lightweighness and ease of readability. We use it to exchange information across applications especially via HTTP. Flask being a Web Framework and built on Python,provides concrete JSON support. The dict or dictinary data structure is on the other hand one of the most commonly used python data structures. It's key-value pair mechanism makes it especially suitable for tons of scenarios. So it's important we know how to turn or convert the dict to JSON format. It's especially suitable to produce an JSON Array of Objects, which is so commonly used. Think something like a JSON Array of user objects. So we will see how to convert our python dict to JSON Array of Objects. We will then print this json array into the browser. It can easily be accessed by http clients and parsed. We will be using jsonify function. This function will turn the JSON output into a Response object with the application/json mimetype. We will require three modules: Flask, json and jsonify and we import them using the import keyword. Then we instantiate Flask. Let's continue.
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The way we build apps is fundamentally changing and PowerApps is leading the way. Hear from real customers including LEGO about how they are dramatically accelerating the way they build apps on a unified platform across Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and standalone apps. Be the first to check out the top 10 latest capabilities that will help you go even faster pulling in your data, wherever it lives, leveraging over 200 connectors to cloud services, on-premises data, or even your custom-built connectors. The Common Data Service for Apps will make it even easier to bring it all together in a standard format through the extensible Common Data Model. All with the enterprise-grade security and manageability of PowerApps.
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Many people say that simple code is better code, but fewer put it into practice. In this talk I’ll spend a little time on why simpler is better, and why we resist simplicity. Then I’ll provide some specific approaches that are likely to make your code simpler, and discuss what you need to know and do in order to consistently write simpler code and reap the benefits of that simplicity. — Kate Gregory Gregory Consulting, Partner Kate Gregory has been using C++ since before Microsoft had a C++ compiler. She writes, mentors, codes, and leads projects, in both C++ and .NET, especially for Windows. Kate is a Microsoft Regional Director, a Visual C++ MVP, has written over a dozen books, and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world. Kate develops courses on C++, Visual Studio, and Windows programming for Pluralsight. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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This video shows steps required to run a DT project in a server machine
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For more insight, go to The Microsoft Press Store and buy the book Training Kit (Exam 70-463) Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (MCSA) https://www.microsoftpressstore.com/store/training-kit-exam-70-463-implementing-a-data-warehouse-9780735666092 Note: This video expresses only my own independent views and opinions.
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — Engineering is programming integrated over time. That is to say, as much as it can be difficult to get your code to build and run correctly, it is manifestly harder to keep it working in the face of changing assumptions and requirements. This is true no matter the scale, from a small program to a shared library. Only two solutions have been shown to be theoretically sound: never change or provide no compatibility guarantees. What if there were a third option? What if we took the question of maintenance out of the realm of theory and moved it to practice? This talk discusses the approach we've used at Google and how that intersects with other languages, package management, API and ABI compatibility, and a host of other software engineering practices. The particulars of C++ as a language and an ecosystem make it well positioned for a different approach: Live at Head. — Titus Winters: Google, C++ Codebase Cultivator, NYC Titus Winters has spent the past 6 years working on Google's core C++ libraries. He's particularly interested in issues of large scale software engineer and codebase maintenance: how do we keep a codebase of over 100M lines of code consistent and flexible for the next decade? Along the way he has helped Google teams pioneer techniques to perform automated code transformations on a massive scale, and helps maintain the Google C++ Style Guide. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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The Splunk Add-on for Microsoft Azure collects valuable IaaS, PaaS, performance, diagnostics, and audit data. Several prebuilt panels are included in this add-on to help answer questions like “who did what and when?”, “how is my Azure Website performing?”, “are there health issues that may impact my Azure environment?”, and more.
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Demo-rich show that looks at the evolution of PowerShell as the de facto automation scripting tool across Windows and Linux platforms as presented by the father of PowerShell, Jeffrey Snover. Check out the ability for Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell inside of CloudShell. See how you can leverage the Cloud with PowerShell to protect secrets and harness Azure Machine Learning to advance your management scenarios. Also visit https:microsoft.com/powershell to learn more. Session THR2305 - Filmed Monday, September 24, 18:25 PM EDT at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Florida. Subject Matter Expert: Technical Fellow/Chief Architect for Azure Storage and Cloud Edge. Chief Architect for Windows Server. Inventor of PowerShell.
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Louis Lam, IBM Security Guardium Database Security Content Manager, provides a detailed overview of Vulnerability Assessment for DB2 for z/OS including FAQs, remediation strategy and more. He then does a step by step demo on configuring and running the solution. A must watch for anyone implementing this important capability in their shops.
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http://CppCon.org Matthew Butler “Secure Coding Best Practices: Your First Line Is The Last Line Of Defense (part 2 of 2)” — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Computer systems are under siege 24 hours a day, day in and day out. The critical security infrastructure designed to protect those systems, won't: * Perimeter security won't protect you. * Network analytics won't protect you. * Virus scanners won't protect you. * Even the users who should know better than to click on that too-good-to-be-true offer won't protect you. The other side has the best security hardware and software systems other people's money can buy and they have all the time in the world to find creative ways to defeat them. Meltdown and Spectre are prime examples of security vulnerabilities that have lurked dormant for decades. Or have they? If your systems are in any way connected to the outside world, the other side will get inside the wire on you. Know that going in. Whether you write applications, libraries or work in kernel code, the line of code you write today may very well be the vulnerability someone else finds tomorrow. By nature every code base contains hundreds of attack surfaces and it only takes one serious vulnerability to compromise your system. While Modern C++ is designed to be secure, the ways we use it often aren't. In part one of this talk we'll see: * How hackers think and how they identify weaknesses in our systems. * How to identify hidden attack surfaces, attack vectors and vulnerabilities in critical systems. * Where the most common vulnerabilities in Modern and classic C++ are and how to avoid them. * Why avoiding parts of the language doesn't help. * Where we can trade off security for performance. At the end of part one, we'll do a walkthrough of a classic buffer overflow exploit to see how it works and what we've added to the operating systems and compilers to protect against them. Then we'll use it live to run a privilege escalation exploit and gain admin access on a system. In part two, we'll see: * Why common guidelines and static analysis tools often fail to find vulnerabilities. * How to use Threat Modeling to analyze complex systems and built security into our systems at design time. * How to use Trust Boundaries to protect critical infrastructure. * Why open source and third-party libraries are fast becoming hidden liabilities in our software and how to protect ourselves against their vulnerabilities. * What the best practices for protecting our code from attack are. At the end of part two, we'll do a walkthrough of an exploit that can be successful today in spite of the safe guards built into our operating systems and compilers. Then, as before, we'll use it live to penetrate a system. The critical security infrastructure designed to protect your systems is largely out of your control. The one thing you can control is the next line of code you write. This talk is for anyone that uses C++ or Modern C++ for kernel, applications or libraries that run in the real-world and that face real-world attacks. In today's world, that's all of us. — Matthew Butler Matthew Butler has spent the last three decades as a systems architect and software engineer developing systems for network security, law enforcement and the military. He primarily works in signals intelligence using C, C++ and Modern C++ to build systems running on hardware platforms ranging from embedded micro-controllers to FPGAs to large-scale airborne platforms. Much of his experience has come in either building systems that defend against attackers or building highly sensitive systems that are targets. He is actively involved in the C++ community and is on various planning committees for C++Now and CppCon as well as being a speaker at both. Over the past thirty years, he has learned the harsh lessons on how we often write systems that fail, not because they don't scale, but because they aren't designed to be secure. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to retrieve and to send out email messages with UiPath.
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With this video, you will learn how to troubleshoot a mobile device connection using Fiddler and an Network. This video have been delivered by: Jaime Correia See more on: https://aka.ms/o365supportcorner
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This session will deep-dive into the available scenarios when using the OneDrive for Business, Calendar, Mail, Contacts and Sites services in the Office 365 APIs.
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Was this video helpful? Please help me to help you by donating what ever you like, so I can keep making these videos which takes a lot of time to make by using this link: https://www.paypal.me/EzTutorialVidz This video will help you solve 3ds Max's startup crash problem. Link to Arnold render update installer: http://solidangle.com/arnold/download/#3dsmax
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Fix All Errors of Unfortunately the Process has Stopped in Android. Click here for more detail... http://www.bsocialshine.com/2016/01/how-to-fix-all-error-of-unfortunately.html Unfortunately Setting has stopped, contact has stopped, google play store has stopped, google service has stopped, apps has stopped, process com.android.systemui. google search has stopped, media player has stopped, music has stopped, system ui Unfortunately, chrome Unfortunately, menu Unfortunately, call log Unfortunately, apps not working, process com.google.process.gapps
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You can share this unique URL with other Steam users to allow them to send you a trade offer even if they aren't on your friends list. You can share this URL anywhere, including on third-party trading sites and Steam Community groups. My Steam trade URL: http://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffer/new/?partner=26704550&token=EeNLWziw How to trade: http://youtu.be/kaS6V94YNes Trading Tips: http://youtu.be/PScTiHg73c0 Join my Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/GeniusPieTrap
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The website has changed since I originally made this video. The state appears to have been removed but you can still get the city and county at least. Change the code from what I say in the video to this: Dim sDD as string sDD = Trim(Doc.getElementsByTagName("dd")(0).innerText) sDD = split(sDD,VbNewLine)(0) Range("city").Value = Split(sDD,", ")(0) Range("county").Value = Split(sDD,", ")(1) A tutorial showing how to pull data from a website. In this tutorial I make a zip lookup that pulls in the city, state and county based on a given zip code. Since posterous closed: http://brettdotnet.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/excel-vba-pull-data-from-a-website-update/
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Enable directory browsing when you want client browsers to display the lists of contents in side the directory of the website or folder. Download the website shown in this video: http://goo.gl/goI9EK Also see: How to Enable Remote Desktop on Windows Server 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8j54QUmtoo How to install and configure dns in windows server 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJALObKbSsQ
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In this video, we will discuss how to pass data from one activity to another using UiPath Studio. To find out more about UiPath or to request a free trial, please contact us: http://www.uipath.com/contact-us.
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Some of our most popular programs are now available over on the website: https://www.programmingforpeople.com/shop A quick video looking at how to transfer sensor data captured in Arduino and sending it into your processing sketches. Commonly requested so thought I would put together something that gets you started with a robust serial capture in processing. On the road - so didn't have my usual microphone setup.
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http://technotip.com/2271/fetch-json-data-using-jquery-ajax-method-getjson/ Video tutorial illustrates fetching of JSON data using jQuery AJAX method, getJSON jQuery Video Tutorial List: http://technotip.com/2514/jquery-tutorial-list/
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A walkthrough of how to install Elastic APM to store APM data in Elasticsearch and visualize and explore it in Kibana. Learn more: https://go.es.io/2HIsDNI
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Welcome to a Python for Finance tutorial series. In this series, we're going to run through the basics of importing financial (stock) data into Python using the Pandas framework. From here, we'll manipulate the data and attempt to come up with some sort of system for investing in companies, apply some machine learning, even some deep learning, and then learn how to back-test a strategy. I assume you know the fundamentals of Python. If you're not sure if that's you, click the fundamentals link, look at some of the topics in the series, and make a judgement call. If at any point you are stuck in this series or confused on a topic or concept, feel free to ask for help and I will do my best to help. https://pythonprogramming.net https://twitter.com/sentdex https://www.facebook.com/pythonprogramming.net/ https://plus.google.com/+sentdex
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Find error messages for .net software that crashes without a message. Help to find the event viewer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/open-event-viewer#1TC=windows-7 The error is in Windows Logs - Application - .NET runtime Error
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Enjoyed my video? Leave a like! GitHub Link: https://github.com/maxg203/Python-for-Beginners Personal Website: http://maxgoodridge.com
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Have you ever felt your life would be simpler if you could just add virtual functions to a class hierarchy whenever you needed to (e.g., to persist an object or render it in JSON), but refrained because you did not own the classes and it would violate the principle of separation of concerns? Have you toiled on a Visitor class once again? Did you struggle to get double dispatch right because you needed to implement binary operations for polymorphic classes? Open methods solve all these problems, while requiring you to write much less code -- and they deliver superior performance. Open methods are virtual functions that are defined outside of a class. Given a method declaration and a set of specializations, the most specific version is selected depending on the dynamic type of one or more arguments. Open methods make it possible to add polymorphic behavior to existing hierarchies of classes, without needing to modify them. They provide a superior alternative to the Visitor pattern and a solution to the problem of cross-cutting concerns. Since more than one argument can participate in the selection of the specialization, open methods also solve the binary (or multiple) dispatch problem. Circa 2007, Pirkelbauer, Stroustrup and Solodkyy wrote several papers about open multi-methods methods for C++, but the idea has failed to gain acceptance so far. My yomm2 library provides an implementation that is both fast (close to virtual functions), elegant and non intrusive. yomm2 is available on GitHub (https://github.com/jll63/yomm2). I will give a follow up to this talk, delving in the internals of yomm2, in an open session the next day (Wednesday, September 26) at 12:30. I wrote a series of articles on an earlier version of a library (yomm11), see https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/635264/Open-Multi-Methods-for-Cplusplus-Part-The-Case. Note, however, that yomm2 is a complete rewrite and improves significantly on the initial library. In particular, this version does not require changing existing classes to deliver good performance; methods are called via ordinary functions (overloading is now supported); specializations need not be in the method declaration's namespace. — Jean-Louis Leroy Senior Software Engineer, Bloomberg LP I am the author of yomm2, a library that implements open multi-methods. See https://github.com/jll63/yomm2 — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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In this video we will discuss how to spy the elements on an HTML page in order to automate the web application using Blue Prism and it will give you a detailed walk through on the various attributes.
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Veteran IT guy Don Crawley from soundtraining.net shows how to use Wireshark to capture IP packets and analyze their content, including cracking a Telnet password. More videos, how-to guides, and upcoming seminar information at http://www.soundtraining.net/
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