Ansible: installation, configuration and use with Windows and Linux

Ansible is open source multi-platform configuration management software (Linux, Windows, network equipment, etc.). In other words, Ansible will allow you to manage, deploy or even execute actions on a group of computers in a “single command line”. Actions / configuration are written to a YAML format file also called playbook. Through this tutorial, I will …

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Veeam: File Recovery from Volume with Deduplication

Windows deduplication issue When you want to restore a file from a volume with deduplication enabled, you get the following error messages: Veeam : Copying data from deduplicated volumes requires that the console is installed on Windows 2012 R2 with data deduplication feature enabled. Windows: Error 0x80070780: The system cannot access the file. Cause To …

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GLPI: Collector – Automatic ticket creation

The collectors in GLPI allow the creation of tickets automatically in the assistance part by sending an e-mail. A user sends an email to [email protected] GLPI will use the automatic tasks to retrieve the email in the box and create a ticket in the helpdesk. Prerequisites Have the PHP IMAP extension enabled. Have configured the …

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WordPress: install a theme

In this tutorial, I will explain how to install a theme on the WordPress CMS. Before starting, the “technical” explanations, I will explain to you what a theme if you are new to WordPress. In general, a WordPress theme will define the visual / design of a site. There are thousands (free or paid) that …

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Testing the bandwidth on a local network with iPerf

IPerf overview iPerf is a client / server command line utility that allows you to perform bandwidth testing on a local network between two machines. iPerf will make it possible to perform a throughput test and to diagnose a possible bottleneck on a network between two points. By opening the appropriate ports, it is also …

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