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Setting the Right Expectations

I had a conversation a while back with a good old friend, Sonal, about how awesome Modern Family is and catching up with each other’s lives. It sparked a reason for me to share something that has been on my mind for quite some time, but could not figure out how to organize my thoughts. […]

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Audit Manager 2010 Released!

Just over one year ago, we released Security Auditing SP2. In the last few months of 2009, we were bug fixing and preparing a new product line to present at Microsoft Management Summit 2010. We were at a turning point for development and had a new direction to introduce a structured and formalized processes to […]

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Patching Virtual Machines Tip

To manage our virtual machines we use Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2. I have trouble logging into my VM after doing just a couple reverts to checkpoints. The machine drops trusts to the domain, so it won’t let me log in with my domain account, boo. Here’s how to avoid it. Thanks, Kevin. For these […]

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Martin Fowler, a Software Development Soothsayer

“What Agile really means to the future of software development“ Martin will call upon his more than 20 years of software industry experience to talk about how the history of the software also serves as a roadmap for what to expect in the future. Martin had three very drastically different mini talks rather than a […]

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Deny Yourself Access to a Domain Name.

Well, why the hell would I want to do that? We’re moving our hosting to a new hosting provider and just to make sure we don’t have any absolute URL paths, we want to blackhole ourselves from that domain. With some instructions from Kevin, here’s what we did:Add one line: 0.0.0.0 www.securevantage.com securevantage.com Yeah, that’s […]