Monthly Archives: March 2013

Avoid Mixed Content Warnings Using Protocol Relative URLs

“This webpage contains content that will not be delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage.” Undoubtedly, you have seen this message while browsing a site over SSL using Internet Explorer. Chrome, Firefox, … Continue reading

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Visualize Folder Structure With Ye Olde DOS Tree Command

A couple of weeks ago, I found myself looking for a way to quickly demonstrate and visualize the folder structure of a QA system. Using the ancient DOS command “tree”, I was able to make it happen easily. The DOS … Continue reading

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IT Toolbox: TechNet Magazine March 2013

The March IT Toolbox column is up on the TechNet Magazine website. In March, I covered these products: Uptime Robot: External Web-site monitoring Nagios with NSClient++ and Lilac-Reloaded: Open-source, scalable system, application, and device monitoring Check it out and let … Continue reading

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