• Ronnie Wong

    @itprotvivian,

    To Razmik-

    The terms in band and out of band are normally terms used with the management of the devices.

    In band typically refers to management of devices that are used on the same IP network it is used on. For example, I might use ssh to access the device from the data network it is used on.

    Out of Band normally is a dedicated management access in which there is no other data besides management data. For example, on a Dell server, there is a DRAC (Dell Remote Access Controller) which is not on the same data network as our data

    The functionality of a network device like an IPS or IDS is referred to as in line or not in-line.

    • IPS are inline because they are examining every packet while it is moving across the network. They inspect, perform a deny or permit, log and alert.
    • IDS examine a COPY of the traffic, while the traffic continues towards its destination. They only receive a copy and alert and log based on the copy.

    Others may chime in and give you a better answer!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,
    Thanks and glad you're liking the shows!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ido-montia,

    Congratulations from the entire ITProTV team!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @wesley-jones,

    From what I can find, there are 6 phases rather than 7.

    • Planning and requirement gathering – business requirements are gathered.
    • Architecture and Design – system and software design is prepared according to the requirements gathered in the first phase.
    • Test Planning – a test strategy is determined to decide what to test and how to test.
    • Coding and Implementation – coding is done by dividing system design into work modules.
    • Testing and Deployment – the developed product is tested against the actual requirements to check that it serves the purpose.
    • Release and Maintenance – the final product is released and time to time maintenance is done to fix issues that arise.

    According to the CISSP Exam-Outlines Domain Objective 8.1, you're to Understand and integrate security in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) using:

    • Development methodology
    • Change Methodology
    • Maturity Models
    • Integrated Product Team
    • Operation and maintenance

    Adam Gordon may have a correction to what I've posted here...but this should get you started.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @colin-rushton,

    Everyone is different depending on background and absorption rate of the material. So some topics will not take you any time because they already make sense to you...so you may choose to watch more and then use the labs to just review a content block.

    But on topics, less familiar, you may choose to watch, study, research, and then learn with the labs...

    I recommend, no more than an 1.5 hrs a session (approx 3 episodes) and a break...then 1.5 hrs, break and again 1.5 hrs and break. If you were trying to do as much as you can do in a single day. This will help you gain knowledge, verify knowledge. Whether you take each 1.5 hr and you do just watch 3 episodes or you watch 1 or 2 and do a lab, the entire time is then training time with the CompTIA Security+ testable material and keep a pace up for learning.

    The key is to be consistent in your training.

    Others may have a better way of doing it, maybe they will chime in.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @wesley-jones;

    The exam is a Computerized Adaptive Test (CAT). This means the number of questions depends on you. Officially, it's from 100 - 150 questions.

    The details are published by ISC2: https://www.isc2.org/-/media/ISC2/Certifications/Exam-Outlines/CISSP-Exam-Outline-2018-v718.ashx?la=en&hash=0DE0D0E850492C0E40C9DFFE332185FB20B05856

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @waqkas-ahmed,

    We've been swamped by deadlines right here and everyone is working hard on getting read for shows. Here's something you may try but customize for you want

    Get-OutlookCalendar | where-object { $_.start -gt [datetime]"5/10/2018" -AND $_.start -lt `[datetime]"5/17/2018" } | sort-object Duration
    

    You may want more context than what copied here... this is where you can find more help while our powershell wonder twins, Mike and Adam are working hard on shows!
    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2011/05/24/use-powershell-to-export-outlook-calendar-information/

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @giovanni-baldi said in Disk Configuration Error during installation with unattended file:

    <ImageInstall>
    <OSImage>
    <InstallTo>
    <DiskID>0</DiskID>
    <PartitionID>4</PartitionID>
    </InstallTo>
    </OSImage>
    </ImageInstall>

    The above will work with the USB based install... I think this should work..but I'll have to defer to our Microsoft Kung-Fu masters for sure.

    Please try and add around that section:

    <WindowsDeploymentServices>
    <ImageSelection>
    <InstallTo>
    <DiskID>0</DiskID>
    <PartitionID>4</PartitionID>
    </InstallTo>
    </ImageSelection>
    </WindowsDeploymentServices>

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @richard-scaglione,

    We've been hoping to hear something a bit more definitive from VMWare about this but nothing as of yet.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @jeff-hubbard,

    Thanks for letting the ITProTV community know of your sucess and your path to success as well. We appreciate when others share their methods; it encourages those of us on the same path to work hard and find the same success as you!

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