Category: common

Windows Fileserver Ressource Manager (FSRM) update Ransomware List from multiple TXTs and compare via powershell Lots of people today concerning about ransomware and how to prevent their network before encryption.  There are quite few articels where you can find to configure fsrm on Windows File Server which does not allow special extensions for files etc. […]

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Folder owner should not be able to change permissions / OWNER Rights explained for NTFS security Some time ago we had a interesting discussion concerning ownership of folder which were created by regular users. Standard behaviour: as user who has created the folder you have FULLACCESS to it and you are able to change permissions […]

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Generate a folderstructure with the help of powershell from template with NTFS permissions some customer asked me to help them creating a special folderstructure with ntfs permission in some subfolders. In my case we want to break inheritance beginning this subfolder. Have a look at this simple structure We want to generate a new project […]

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When you have a look on lots of different it environments you often find old GPO settings or old templates. There are mostly new domaincontrollers or updated internet explorers on domaincontrollers. What people did not consider when updating is, that for example internet explorer maintenance disappears when updating to IE11 on a domaincontroller. NOTE: before […]

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Some days ago I found an issue concerning word /excel documents. The behavior was strange, because one of these programms said that the file the user wanted to open, was locked by another user. But this user definitly did not open it. Only the mentioned user who “locked” it was able to open and change […]

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