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Aruba Networks / Default Username and Password for Aruba 2530-24P 2530-48P
« Last post by bflores on September 14, 2017, 09:31:37 AM »
Default Username and Password for Aruba 2530-24P 2530-48P

(DEFAULT CONSOLE LOGIN)
User: manager
Password: blank
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Default Console Username and Password for Aruba S1500-12P S1500-24P S1500-48P

(DEFAULT CONSOLE LOGIN)
Username: admin
Password: admin123

(DEFAULT ENABLE PASSWORD)
enable
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Aruba Networks / Enable DHCP Server on Aruba S1500 Mobility Access Switch
« Last post by bflores on August 15, 2017, 05:36:53 PM »
CREATE THE DHCP SERVER

(ARUBA-S1500) >enable
Password:*******
(ARUBA-S1500) #configure terminal
Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z
(ARUBA-S1500) (config) #ip dhcp pool client-dhcp-pool
(ARUBA-S1500) (dhcp server profile "client-dhcp-pool") #network 192.168.42.0 255.255.255.0
(ARUBA-S1500) (dhcp server profile "client-dhcp-pool") #default-router 192.168.42.1
(ARUBA-S1500) (dhcp server profile "client-dhcp-pool") #dns-server 8.8.8.8
(ARUBA-S1500) (dhcp server profile "client-dhcp-pool") #domain-name aruba-cameras.com
(ARUBA-S1500) (dhcp server profile "client-dhcp-pool") #exit
(ARUBA-S1500) (config) #end
(ARUBA-S1500) #write mem
Saving Configuration...
Configuration Saved.

ENABLE THE DHCP SERVER

(ARUBA-S1500) #configure terminal
Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z
(ARUBA-S1500) (config) #service dhcp
(ARUBA-S1500) (service dhcp) #exit
(ARUBA-S1500) (config) #end
(ARUBA-S1500) #
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Office 365 / How to Configure Email Forwarding and Out of Office Vacation Notice
« Last post by bflores on August 01, 2017, 12:48:46 PM »
1.)   Open web browser and go to http://outlook.office365.com

2.)   Login with your email address and password.

3.)   Click the settings wheel


4.)   Scroll down and click on the “Mail” Option
 

5.)   To forward your email or remove email forward, click “Forwarding”
 

6.)   Configure to forward or stop forwarding email.
 

7.)   To create out of office vacation notice, click on “Automatic replies”
 

8.) And Configure

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Aruba Networks / Aruba Instant Firmware Release 6.5.3.1
« Last post by bflores on July 11, 2017, 11:04:29 AM »
(NOTES)
These are direct file links, to the file.  Not redirected URLs.  You can paste these links into your Aruba Instant Maintenance, Firmware tab, and click update now.

(RELEASE 6.5.3.1)
URL for AP214/215/224/225/228/274/275/277 (Centaurus):
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/c41p46wzvmdmcuh/Centaurus_6.5.3.1

URL for AP204/205/205H (Taurus):
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/g9ca557ka3nnbat/Taurus_6.5.3.1

(STEPS TO CREATE YOUR OWN DIRECT LINK)
1.) Download latest firmware from support.arubanetworks.com.
2.) Upload to Dropbox and share / get link.
3.) Modify the shared link to the following format.
From: https://dropbox.com/s/c41p46wzvmdmcuh/Centaurus_6.5.3.1?dl=0
To:  https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/c41p46wzvmdmcuh/Centaurus_6.5.3.1
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Google / DNSThingy Whitelist Assistant Chrome AddIn - Find web site dependencies
« Last post by bflores on April 21, 2017, 08:09:16 AM »
Whitelist Assistant - Will help build whitelists by finding web site dependencies, and enhances your experience when using DNSthingy web filtering.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dnsthingy-assistant/fdmpekabnlekabjlimjkfmdjajnddgpc?hl=en
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Other / Website Resource Request Services
« Last post by bflores on March 16, 2017, 05:56:04 PM »
https://urlscan.io
urlscan.io is a service which analyses websites and the resources they request. Much like the Inspector of your browser, urlscan.io will let you take a look at the individual resources that are requested when a site is loaded.

The idea behind urlscan.io is to allow even inexperienced users to get a look at what a particular website is requesting in the background. For people new to modern web development, this will often have a certain wow-effect.
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Windows / Powershell Script to Remove Default Windows 10 Start Menu Tiles
« Last post by bflores on September 15, 2016, 10:46:13 AM »
Powershell Script to Remove Default Windows 10 Start Menu Tiles

Code: [Select]
function Pin-App { param(
 [string]$appname,
 [switch]$unpin
 )
 try{
 if ($unpin.IsPresent){
 ((New-Object -Com Shell.Application).NameSpace('shell:::{4234d49b-0245-4df3-b780-3893943456e1}').Items() | ?{$_.Name -eq $appname}).Verbs() | ?{$_.Name.replace('&','') -match 'From "Start" UnPin|Unpin from Start'} | %{$_.DoIt()}
 return "App '$appname' unpinned from Start"
 }else{
 ((New-Object -Com Shell.Application).NameSpace('shell:::{4234d49b-0245-4df3-b780-3893943456e1}').Items() | ?{$_.Name -eq $appname}).Verbs() | ?{$_.Name.replace('&','') -match 'To "Start" Pin|Pin to Start'} | %{$_.DoIt()}
 return "App '$appname' pinned to Start"
 }
 }catch{
 Write-Error "Error Pinning/Unpinning App! (App-Name correct?)"
 }
 }

 ################ UNPIN
 Pin-App "Mail" -unpin
 Pin-App "Store" -unpin
 Pin-App "Calendar" -unpin
 Pin-App "Cortana" -unpin
 Pin-App "Weather" -unpin
 Pin-App "Phone Companion" -unpin
 Pin-App "Music" -unpin
 Pin-App "xbox" -unpin
 Pin-App "movies & tv" -unpin
 Pin-App "microsoft solitaire collection" -unpin
 
 ############### PIN
 Pin-App "Microsoft Edge" -pin
 Pin-App "Google Chrome" -pin
 Pin-App "Photos" -pin
 Pin-App "Calculator" -pin
 Pin-App "Snipping Tool" -pin
 Pin-App "Notepad" -pin
 Pin-App "File Explorer" -pin
 Pin-App "Word 2013" -pin
 Pin-App "Excel 2013" -pin
 Pin-App "Outlook 2013" -pin
 Pin-App "Powerpoint 2013" -pin
 Pin-App "Word 2016" -pin
 Pin-App "Excel 2016" -pin
 Pin-App "Outlook 2016" -pin
 Pin-App "Powerpoint 2016" -pin
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