Regardless of user access, many times you have probably wanted to know when someone logs-in into your server. And it is pretty easy to setup your Linux server to send mail notification on user login event. Note that, if you have a system with many users who login few times a day, then you should expect a lot of mail traffic. To configure your Linux server to send mail on user logon event open your /root/.bashrc file and add the following line: Continue reading “How to send mail notification on user logn event”
In multi domain controller environment, client(s) sends out the request to locate a domain controller. The domain name is the NetBIOS 16 character name, where 16th character is used by Microsoft to identify NetBIOS type. The type for domain controller is <C1>, so the name of domain controller for “SEFNET” domain would be “SEFNET<C1>“. If there is a WINS server on the local network, then the client will send the request to WINS server, if not, local LMHOSTS file be used.
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