Author Archives: Parker Jardine

About Parker Jardine

Manager of Systems Administration in the Information Technology Higher Education space. I enjoy biking, climbing, hockey, camping, mountaineering, hunting, paragliding, and just being outdoors. You can read my Make Magazine project articles about a diy solar panel and solar systems design in volumes 12 and 14.

Graylog REST API – Message Search

Now that we have we have created an API token for our new API Reader user, we can query the API and search messages.  Our user currently has “Reader” level permissions.  However Graylog developers state that: “Universal search requires admin … Continue reading

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HPE 3PAR Volume Plugin for Docker – Peer Persistence Replication

The following article goes along way in configuring Peer Persistence Replication for the HPE 3PAR Volume Plugin for Docker. However there are several documentation issues that need to be corrected. Use the following as an example for configuring iSCSI based … Continue reading

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Office 365 group admin role

You may come across a scenario where you want to script the membership of Office 365 groups.  Unfortunately there is no Office 365 group admin role that you can assign within exchange online. You have to assign global admin permissions … Continue reading

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Docker Enterprise and HPE 3PAR Volume Plugin 3.0

For those of you that might be interested, I was successfully able to configure the HPE 3PAR Volume Plugin 3.0 for Docker Enterprise version 18.09 using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 hosts.  The HPE 3PAR Volume Plugin quickstart guide for … Continue reading

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Mac network accounts are unavailable – macOS Sierra, High Sierra

Applies to: macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra, Active Directory 2008 R2 functional level and greater, Windows Security Baselines for Active Directory Our environment currently consists of Mac computers that are bound to Active Directory. Recently we deployed some new Active … Continue reading

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Kemp LoadMaster RESTful API Mangement with Powershell

There are several articles explaining how to access and manage the Kemp LoadMaster with the RESTful API. However, there are not very many articles that show you how to connect via Powershell. I attempted to follow several articles, but I … Continue reading

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Graylog REST API – Creating User Token with Powershell

In order to access the Graylog REST api you need to do the folllowing: Create a new user within the User UI Temporarily assign the user the Admin role (Permission needed to create a token) , or use the REST … Continue reading

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Office 365 Address list Recipients Missing

In my organization we rely heavily on Address Lists within Exchange Online. For several years people have been able to find other people within the organization by accessing the Address book within Outlook or OWA, select the department and find … Continue reading

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Installing Cachet on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL)

Below is my attempt at documenting the steps that I performed to successfully install Cachet on RHEL 7.  I had to use not only the official installation guide from Cachet, but several other guides provided by people who have successfully … Continue reading

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Duo Authentication Proxy Configuration

The DUO authentication proxy is a quick and easy way for a business to start to test 2FA with certain important applications. A lot of software doesn’t have 2FA built in, but does offer some LDAP user/group authentication. Software such … Continue reading

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