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== Welcome! ==
 
== Welcome! ==
Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki.  Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows Systems Administrators.  In addition, I'm going to post grammar gotcha's that I've run across. It pays to look professional in all that communication we do!  You can browse the available topics below:
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Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki.  Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows Systems Administrators with information on configuration, trouble-shooting and utilities for easier use and management of their systems and networks.
  
* [[FreeBSD]]
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* [[How-To Guides]]
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* [[Quick Notes]]
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* [[BlackBerry]]
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'''Grammar'''
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* [[titled vs entitled]]
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If there is a topic you'd like me to research and develop some documentation on, or something you'd like to contribute, please feel free to send me an email at [mailto:ecrist@secure-computing.net ecrist@secure-computing.net]. 
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=== Recently Added ===
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I've recently added pages for [[CARP]] and [[FreeBSD jails with ezjail]].
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== Recent Interest ==
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Some important articles, or articles that seem to be of recent interest are as follows:
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* Install the [[SCN-Root]] Certificate
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* [[IPv6 on FreeBSD 6.2]]
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* Check out our [[IPv6 DNS]] How-To!
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* '''Just added:''' [[DHCP6 Server]]
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* '''Just added:''' [[Transfer Mail.app]] between computers or accounts.
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Until I get some better organization, some people have been looking for my [https://www.secure-computing.net/wiki/index.php/Postfix_Mail_Server_Hints Postfix queue-clearing how to].
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Revision as of 16:57, 5 February 2008

Welcome!

Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki. Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows Systems Administrators with information on configuration, trouble-shooting and utilities for easier use and management of their systems and networks.

New user registration has been enabled along with anonymous edits. If you want credit for your work, please register.