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Old Today, 8:53 AM   #22591
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anyone see an abundance of virus emails from the royal australian mint that made it through hosted email virus protection last night? With authentic word macro virus:

Having said that, i also got to powershell the bastard out, which is a first for me.

Get-Mailbox -Server "email server name" | Search-Mailbox -SearchQuery "From:salesinfo@ramint.gov.au" -DeleteContent -TargetMailbox "target.username" -TargetFolder "virus" -LogOnly -LogLevel Full

Remove –logonly to proceed
Remove –deletecontent to check


Dear customer,

Thank you for ordering from the Royal Australian Mint. Your order has been confirmed and the details are included as an attachment to this email. We will notify you when the order has been dispatched.

If you have any queries regarding your order please contact the customer services team by either sending an email through to salesinfo@ramint.gov.au or on 1300 652 020 from Monday to Friday between 8.30am - 5.00pm AEST.

To stay up to date on Mint special promotions, connect with us through Facebook and Twitter.

Thank you for shopping with the Royal Australian Mint.

Kind Regards,

Royal Australian Mint
Locked Bag 31
KINGSTON ACT 2604
1300 652 020
https://eshop.ramint.gov.au
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Of course the only USB ethernet adapters that will work with a Surface Pro 4 for PXE boot are the ones blessed by Microsoft, and not any of the ones I already have lying around.

What's so special about your one Microsoft? Other than costing twice as much
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Nothing in exchange, but a metric fuckton blocked by the edge filter (barracuda).

A stack of shit from noreply@alphaflight.com.au.. Perhaps they have cottoned on to my Love of Canadian Super Hero teams, and figure it would be white listed.
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Old Today, 9:23 AM   #22594
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Of course the only USB ethernet adapters that will work with a Surface Pro 4 for PXE boot are the ones blessed by Microsoft, and not any of the ones I already have lying around.

What's so special about your one Microsoft? Other than costing twice as much
SP4 are really meant to be used with docks to be useful in enterprise I feel.
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Old Today, 9:24 AM   #22595
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Nothing in exchange, but a metric fuckton blocked by the edge filter (barracuda).

A stack of shit from noreply@alphaflight.com.au.. Perhaps they have cottoned on to my Love of Canadian Super Hero teams, and figure it would be white listed.
We currently use trend hosted email filtering, and it missed it entirely last night around 10pm or so. have submitted a sample to them. hopefully it gets listed soon.

God i hate trend WFBS.
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Old Today, 9:35 AM   #22596
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SP4 are really meant to be used with docks to be useful in enterprise I feel.
For our use case no dock is needed. PXE boot would be nice though.
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For our use case no dock is needed. PXE boot would be nice though.
One day we will be able to PXE boot over wifi. One day.
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Of course the only USB ethernet adapters that will work with a Surface Pro 4 for PXE boot are the ones blessed by Microsoft, and not any of the ones I already have lying around.

What's so special about your one Microsoft? Other than costing twice as much
boot from thumb drive instead.

i had to build an original SP a few months back.

plugged in a thumbdrive configured to boot into litetouch.
once loaded to the welcome screen i removed the thumbdrive and replaced it with a usb ethernet adapter.
picked up an IP address and carried on with the build.

don't see why it shouldn't work with an SP4.
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boot from thumb drive instead.

i had to build an original SP a few months back.

plugged in a thumbdrive configured to boot into litetouch.
once loaded to the welcome screen i removed the thumbdrive and replaced it with a usb ethernet adapter.
picked up an IP address and carried on with the build.

don't see why it shouldn't work with an SP4.
Yeah, that's what I'm doing for now, more or less.
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Just FYI, it's 2017 not 2013.
So what?

2012r2 is still a valid and reliable OS to be running on server infrastructure. I think he ment to say fresh install.
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Old Today, 10:18 AM   #22601
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One day we will be able to PXE boot over wifi. One day.
And I can finally have my PoE over Wifi.
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