Topics that don't fit in to the other categories
Apple TV Speed Playback

Please submit this as a feature request through the chat bubble on our site. This will insure that your feature request is officially logged and gets to the right team for review. Thanks!

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A+, Network+, IT Fundamentals

Passed Network+ today

Hey @Andrew-Schaefer ! A hearty congratulations on achieving your Network+ cert! I agree with you about how @wes-bryan and Zach bring content to life in a super engaging way. You're also going to love Wes and Daniel drop some awesome content with Security+. Best wishes and continued success from all of us here at ITPro.TV!!

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Recommended Course / Cisco Best Practices


There aren't enough days to do this.🤣 The issue is more about application. Everyone has an application that doesn't fit neatly. This is why there are Design Engineers and Implementation Engineers you call as consultants for Cisco. They also have on their site CVD pdf (Cisco Validated Design?) which means this is how it is supposed to be done.

Their design level certification is there to help you to know those best practices; the implementation engineer tells you it can be done with what technologies, configurations and maybe actual physical installation of equipment and management of configuration. Sometimes, the implementation engineer has to say there isn't a Cisco Product (gasp!) that fits that bill.

So, as always, you can submit that as a course request through the chat bubble on the site. That will insure that your request has been officially logged and will get to the right people as it comes time for those decisions!

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MTA, MCSA Windows 10, MCSE Windows Server 2019

Password reset for all computer accounts in the domain

I am looking for a script to reset the password of all computer accounts in the domain.
Can anyone help with this please?


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Security+, CASP, CEH, CISM, SSCP and CISSP

CFR 310 vs CompTIA CySA+


Having taken both of these exams I'd say that there are some similarities and some differences. The CFR is geared more toward Incident Handling/ Response(IH/IR) and CySA+ is more of a general cybersecurity analyst cert, although there is a decently strong emphasis on IR in the course. At the end of the day, if you're looking to choose between the certs, I'd have to say CySA+ is a good cert and does have more recognition.

I hope that helps,


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Registering for the Big Sur exam

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to register for the Big Sur exam.

When I visit and click 'Take an Exam', it jumps me to macOS Support Essentials 10.15 End User Exam.

Does anyone know how to register for the Big Sur exam?

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IT Service Managment

ITIL Practitioner

@Angie Thank you for your guidance. I will reach out to them now...

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AWS, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Services

AWS as CCNP Security Lab


This is a duplicate post from the Cisco Section of the forums. Please see here

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Topics related to Microsoft Azure

AZ-104 Missing Episodes

Hi Mike,

I took the topics below from the MD files, also at the end of the video for configuring a sync service and sync agent. Cherokee mentions in the next episode she will create Sync Groups and Endpoints, And the episode after that should cover troubleshooting Azure File Sync.

Show Name: Microsoft AZ-104
Topic Name: Create and Configure Storage Accounts
Episode Name: Create Sync Groups and Endpoints**
Description: In this episode, Cherokee and Aubri continue a demonstration setting up Azure File Service. Specifically, they begin by creating a sync group. Next, they add a server endpoint and verify the sync has completed successfully.

Show Name: Microsoft AZ-104
Topic Name: Create and Configure Storage Accounts
Episode Name: Troubleshooting Azure File Sync
Description: In the episode, Cherokee and Aubri cover common issues you may encounter with Azure File Sync. They explain how to combat those issues and provide resources for more specific issues.

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Topics surrounding to VMware vSphere and related products

No network adapters error while installing ESXI 7.0.0

@Sven-biedermann , I hope all is well. This can happen for several different reasons. Let's start with a basic issue...

If you are installing the ESXi Server 7.0 in VMware workstation, you might encounter an error stating ‘No network adapters”. To resolve this, go to vmx file where the virtual machine is installed and make following changes.

ethernet0.virtualDev = "e1000"


ethernet0.virtualDev = "vmxnet3"

IF you are installing directly onto the Optiplex hardware to use it as a physical host for VM's, then it is likely that the network adapter(s) in the system do not have drivers that are able to load and initialize as part of the ESXi 7.0 load. You will have to check with Dell and the VMware websites and see if the hardware is compatible, and if there are drivers for that model of Optiplex that will work with ESXi 7. If so, they would have to be bundled and made available as part of the loading of the ESXi O/S which is a much more involved process, as you will need to create a custom image and include the drivers in it for them to work.

Good Luck !!!

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GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Red Hat and others

linux rdesktop

hello guys I hope you are well I tried so many times to solve the connection I Modified the ssh x11 configuration and the keyboard layout but still does not work is there any expert who can help to solve that thanks alot for your help #linuxworld #linuxsystemadministration

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Audit, Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Fraud