Topics that don't fit in to the other categories
Classes and objects
M

I watched your Object Oriented Python video on classes and objects. What do you think of my method?

main.py

#!/usr/bin/env/python3 def main(): from account import Account a = Account() print("") a.acct_type("Checking") a.acct_num("001234569988") a.beg_balance(5000.75) a.deposit(102.33) a.withdraw(535.26) a.withdraw(245.81) a.deposit(1199.65) a.withdraw(414.31) if __name__ == "__main__": main()

account.py

#!/usr/bin/env/python3 class Account: def __init__(self): self.transactions = [] def acct_type(self, Acct_Type): Acct_Type = ('Account Type', Acct_Type) print("Your account type is {}".format(Acct_Type[1])) def beg_balance(self, balance): global total total = 0.00 balance = ('Beginning Balance', balance) print("Your beginning balance is $ {:.02f}".format(balance[1])) print("") total = balance[1] def acct_num(self, Acct_Num): Acct_Num = ('Account Type', Acct_Num) print("Your account number is {}".format((Acct_Num[1]))) def withdraw(self, amount): global total print("current total is {:.02f}".format(total)) transaction = ('withdraw', amount) self.transactions.append(transaction) print("Your transaction {} was for ${:.02f}".format(transaction[0], transaction[1])) total -=amount print("Your new balance is ${:.02f}".format(total)) print("") def deposit(self, amount): global total print("current total is {:.02f}".format(total)) transaction = ('deposit', amount) self.transactions.append(transaction) print("Your transaction {} was for ${:.02f}".format(transaction[0], transaction[1])) total +=amount print("Your new balance is ${:.02f}".format(total)) print("")

output

/home/michael/PycharmProjects/ClassesObjects/venv/bin/python /home/michael/PycharmProjects/ClassesObjects/main.py Your account type is Checking Your account number is 001234569988 Your beginning balance is $ 5000.75 current total is 5000.75 Your transaction deposit was for $102.33 Your new balance is $5103.08 current total is 5103.08 Your transaction withdraw was for $535.26 Your new balance is $4567.82 current total is 4567.82 Your transaction withdraw was for $245.81 Your new balance is $4322.01 current total is 4322.01 Your transaction deposit was for $1199.65 Your new balance is $5521.66 current total is 5521.66 Your transaction withdraw was for $414.31 Your new balance is $5107.35 Process finished with exit code 0

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A+, Network+, IT Fundamentals

CompTIA A+ Core1

Thank you so much for watching, all show notes used during the filming of the show are in the Course File downloads. They are the points to study, however are not a definition list. It is always recommended that the viewer research the concepts that are mentioned. You can find the course files in the following location below:

If you have questions about any of the concepts, do not hesitate to ask. If it is definitions, I encourage students to take the bullet points and research the concepts, while taking notes and making flash cards.

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CCENT, CCNA Routing & Switching, CCNA Security
ENCOR exam

@ali-elmi,

We've not received any plan from our lab vendor partner about a roadmap yet on labs for those courses yet. So in our attempt to aid with demand we've attached the previous ROUTE,SWITCH and TSHOOT labs to our CCNP Enterprise course offerings.

On the questions, I'm not exactly sure what you're referring to. If there are question in the attached labs, they are not directly correlated to the current exam objectives but may help you with different topics related to the current exam though.

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MTA, MCSA Windows 8, MCSE Windows Server 2012
RBAC and Management group in AZ900
J

Would you use rbac as part of azure ad?

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Security+, CASP, CEH, SSCP and CISSP
How can we protect our equipment of vulnerabilities like the Zero-Click Bluetooth Flaws in Linux-based Devices?
M

Firewalls and VPNs don't really touch Bluetooth technology. Turn off bluetooth when you don't need it. Keep the patches up to date. Use good anti-virus like Avast and their VPN.

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ACA, ACSP and ACTC
Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.15
S

I have around 3 years experience with macOS.
I would like to be certified. I am wondering why there is no such training course in the ITProTV talking about this "Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.15"

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IT Service Managment

ITIL 4 MP Course Files
C

I'm taking the ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition course. In the course files downloads should there have been a second sample paper?

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AWS, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Services

AWS Developer: An Introduction to AWS Lambda
J

@Daniel-Loyer,
Lambda is just the service name in AWS. The programming language is fairly flexible, but writing Lambda functions in JavaScript or Python is probably the easiest way to get started. Lambda, as far as I know, is not exclusively the object of current or future exams (things can change). Typically, I like to use Lambda (initially) to write functions to act as a cron job or when you want to process files like resizing images. However, you can use it to build web services, data processors, and more.

Hope that helps.

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Topics related to Microsoft Azure

Azure AD Registered vs. Azure AD Joined
S

I might have found the cause for this. Our domain registered with Azure is an .org domain, but our local AD uses a .local domain. To get the user accounts to sync, we setup an alternate UPN in local AD using that .org name. As far as I know, the alternate UPN does not apply to computers, and the computers would not be synced to Azure. Might that explain why all devices are registered and not joined?

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Topics surrounding to VMware vSphere and related products

vCenter and SSO

@chaune-weekes,

My apologies as to the tardiness to answer you. This is uncharacteristic of our team but we do have posts that slip past us before we realized and this is one of those.

This is more probably dealing with the security policy where you are than it is something that will substantively improve or degrade your performance. If you choose to join the vCenter server to the domain. That will work, remember that your computer will be a member that computer if domain policies can apply to it, it will. Also for SSO, this allows domain users that have the proper permissions to access the server too. You may want to choose which configuration options to consider here: https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.7/com.vmware.psc.doc/GUID-75D4E587-3F9B-4B50-96DA-D6DB6D1781D7.html. **it also has this telling paragraph.

To configure vCenter Single Sign-On, you must have vCenter Single Sign-On administrator privileges. Having vCenter Single Sign-On administrator privileges is different from having the Administrator role on vCenter Server or ESXi. In a new installation, only the vCenter Single Sign-On administrator (administrator@vsphere.local by default) can authenticate to vCenter Single Sign-On.

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GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Red Hat and others

Kali / Debian distro
M

@Lishay-Coplin

https://askubuntu.com/questions/31286/additional-keyrings-for-apt-in-trusted-gpg-d

Keys downloaded from repositories should be joint into a new GPG keyring so you can drop them into '/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/*.gpg', like this:

gpg --no-default-keyring --keyring ./Opera.gpg --import Opera.key
sudo cp Opera.gpg /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/Opera.gpg

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