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Once vShield and the Symantec Security Virtual Appliance have been successfully deployed in an environment, the VDI policy that the SVA is using (see the Deploying vShield with the Symantec Security Virtual Appliance for where this was set) will need to be configured. This article is...

As the IT industry continues to be ever-changing, and server virtualization attains an even stronger foothold in your typical environment, desktop virtualization is not far behind. Once reserved for larger scaled environments, it’s now not uncommon to find a small business with only five users...

When trying to assign an IP address to a virtual machine that was recently migrated to another vCenter instance, I noticed that the IP address had swapped to DHCP. When trying to reconfigure the IP address on the system, the following message appeared: Additionally, I had...

For virtual machines to be able to check in to the Symantec Security Virtual Appliance, they must have Endpoint Security (EPSEC) 2.0 drivers. If Symantec Endpoint Protection is deployed on to a virtual machine with the correct policy, but without the EPSEC drivers, the Security...

When deploying the Symantec Security Virtual Appliance on an ESXi host, one of the requirements for installation is you must have access to the sylink.xml file. This file configures communication with Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Server. This article provides instructions on how to export those...

One of the more common ways organizations choose to address security on computers is to restrict what USB devices can be utilized within an environment. Depending on the program, there are a number of ways in which devices can be identified and filtered. In most...

I finally found some good information for cleaning up the WinSXS folder on new instances of Windows. I found the following site extremely helpful: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askpfeplat/archive/2014/05/13/how-to-clean-up-the-winsxs-directory-and-free-up-disk-space-on-windows-server-2008-r2-with-new-update.aspx. Consequently, I was able to get 7GB of data cleaned up from the WinSXS folder on the first Server 2008R2 machine I followed...

I know there aren't a lot of people reinstalling Mac OS X, but I thought I'd create a post just in case you run into a situation that deems it necessary. Here's how to reinstall OS X on a wiped Mac: Power on and hold Ctrl+R immediately...

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