I’m a big fan of Intune’s device compliance policies and Azure Active Directory’s (AAD) conditional access rules. They're one piece of the puzzle in moving to a [Beyond Corp] model, that I believe is the future of enterprise networks.Read More
In early January, Ben Claussen reported that there was a date formatting issue in Posh-SYSLOG, I've released Posh-SYSLOG 3.2.1 to address these issues.
When I initially developed Posh-SYSLOG, I didn’t correctly follow RFC 3164. The timestamps sent had a leading zero for dates less than 10, but the RFC states this should be a leading space. I don’t know how much this impacted some users, and apologise for any issues.Read More
Over the Christmas break, I had a few hours to spare and tackled a few issues in some of my PowerShell modules. I’ve released Posh-SYSLOG 3.2 as a resolve of this.
This version removes the need to call Get-NetAdapter that's contained in the NetTCPIP module. The reason why I wanted to remove this dependency is to allow Posh-SYSLOG to run on PowerShell 6 (at least on Windows to start with).Read More
Unless you have been living under a rock or in a case, you have probably heard of the CPU vulnerabilities: Meltdown and Spectre. There’s been quite a lot of media hype, you could be forgiven thinking that these are world-ending bugs. My opinion, and that of others is that this isn’t something to panic over.Read More
Just a quick note to announce that I've released an update for my Posh-SYSLOG module, version 3.1.1
The module fixes issues with PowerShell 4.0 support as reported by Cristiano Guadagnino and Brian Napolitano. As always, a huge round of thanks goes out to the pair for discovering the issue, pointing me in the right direction to fixing the issue and testing the fixes.Read More