What about macs ? Remote desktop is based on vnc
Any testing against the mac server ?
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Speed is an issue, sometimes it just crawls.
2 different types of project Old and Next gen, but you can't have the features of both, so no best of both worlds (I use both daily and it's annoying not to have the same features depending on the project.
The lack of searching/filtering in some views are annoying too, like in the backlog I can't filter stuff by status
+ points, links well with bitbucket, tickets can show commits, prs branches etc, can trigger ticket status updates etc, it's quite powerful if used properly, and it doesn't look too bad
I pay for the 10 user license now, I'll be glad to get it for free :)
I had the pleasure of using teams recently, as they've moved/forced people off skype for business, OK no problem, I'll install teams... all goes well until you might actually want to speak to different teams. It appears you can't have more than one, you need to switch each time, making it pretty much a pita to use, with multiple clients, I now have to have 1 in a browser, 1 on desktop, and hope nobody else wants to talk to me in real time...
Hacking something with a "warranty is void if broken" sticker is infinitely harder than one without, maybe I should suggest that as a upgrade to the device, you can pick them up on ebay cheap enough, if they'd have skipped the endorsement and spent the money on stickers, they'd have a MUCH more secure device.
I'd be looking at hardware ssl accelerators, surely a trading firm of all places would know about getting the fastest speed out of everything, apache possibly not the right choice too.
Does sound like an odd bug though, can't say I've come across it.
It's a bit bad if a host isn't supporting one of the free cert systems, chances are they aren't updating their control panels, cpanel/whm/plesk has had it for 2 years or so which probably covers the majority of hosting. ISPConfig has it, and a quick google of some of the others seems to come up with results too.
If your host isn't updating control panels which control the system, it makes you wonder what they are doing with the rest of the system.
Even for the home grown control panels, adding a few form fields, then having a cron job that checks for a letsencrypt install request for the domains in question, then running the command which does everything for you isn't exactly rocket science, after that add it to an auto renew cron and job is done.
The question is, will it allow me to get more accurate readings of where the delivery driver is with my latest online purchase, the map usually says they are the other side of town and I'm 75th delivery today, yet when I go to the toilet thinking, "I've got time", as soon as I'm mid flow the door bell goes and it's the delivery driver!
1. Inform user you have encrypted backups that may hold data on them
2. You can't delete the data in those backups as it's not technically feasible or practical, you can refuse a delete on these grounds.
3. You will remove them after X months/years or whenever the backups go into rotation.
4. If you do restore a backup after the period you removed the user, but before the user was removed in the data, just re-run the delete function again.
However to re-run the delete function again, you need to keep some personal data of who to delete, so in theory you can't delete them if you've forgotten them... Now I'm pretty good at forgetting things according to my wife, so I've deleted her and I now get excited to see a strange woman in my bed at night
Same sort of issues.
If it's not the right light it doesn't work, if it's not held at the right angle is doesn't work, if it's dirty it doesn't work.
Basically it only works when I've taken the bumper case off and cleaned it (and put the bumper back on), sitting in a nicely lighted room, or for some unknown reason it unlocks when I'm eating breakfast on occasion - I think it's the way I hold my toast.
Mod Security or naxsi can be installed for free, a little monitoring at the beginning to tweak the rules and you can get this for free, no cost per hit, no cost per rule. Considering there are hundreds if not thousands of rules you could possibly run, paying for them does not make financial sense.
Amazon should provide a core set of rules for free, then any additional rules chargeable
Works for me, I didn't know how many steps I took before getting my smartband and lifelog on my phone.
I now deliberately extend my routes when walking the dog including longer and longer distances, I then like to see if I've increased my steps for that particular walk. My average step count (and distance) is slowly increasing so I'm doing more general day to day exercise than I was.
I like several versions:
Lightly toast on one side, cover with slices of cheddar, grill till slightly bubbling
Lightly toast on one side, cover with slices of cheddar, add some pepper, grill till slightly bubbling
Variation on above, chop some pickled onion and add at same time as cheese
Chilli cheese is a good one to use too.
Personally as long as the cheese has a good fat content you can't go wrong, you need the oils to flow into the bread.
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