Posts made in February, 2017

How to Enable SSL for a Virtualmin Virtual Server

Posted by on Feb 28, 2017 | 0 comments

It nearly drove me nuts the first time I tried to enable SSL on a Virtualmin virtual server.  This topic comes up nine or ten times a year, so I thought I’d make a how-to on this topic. #1  Enable SSL for your virtual server. #2  Edit the associated sites-available conf file.  Replace the asterisk with the actual IP address of your server.  Mine has an internal, private IP address.  You need to change that “Any” to the actual IP address used by your server. I like to use vi at the command line.  This screenshot shows the associated conf file that must be edited. Change the asterisk in the first line to the IP address of your virtualmin server, then...

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Threat to CityWest Customers – Fake Survey

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 | 1 comment

I have contacted CityWest about a survey – supposedly from CityWest – that pops up from time to time on my various computers and devices when connected to CityWest Internet. It is a fake survey and will try to get you to give them your banking or credit card info. Have a look at the screenshot below. It turns out is operating out of the Grand Cayman islands.  Definitely not legit. — Dennis Strain Enclave Managed Networks Box 365, Smithers, BC, Canada V0J 2N0 1-877-877-8793 toll-free phone & fax 1-250-847-2589 office

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View Outlook 2016 Calendars in Overlay or Side By Side

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 | 0 comments

The default Calendar view in Outlook 2016 is side by side.  This means as you add calendars to your view, each calendar is shrunk enough so that all calendars can be seen.  It may be more useful to use overlay rather than side by side. In Outlook Calendar: #1  Enable each calendar you wish to view. #2  Select View from the menu bar. #3  Click OVERLAY, which can be found in the arrangement group. Now each selected calendar is viewed together in one view.  These calendars are, in fact, still seperate; only the way you view them has changed.  The link below shows some great screenshots to help you though it your first time. — Dennis Strain Enclave Managed Networks Box 365,...

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Webroot SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 | 0 comments

Webroot is one of the top antivirus/security products available today. Enclave is pleased to rely upon Webroot to help protect all our clients! Purchase Webroot SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection or Webroot SecureAnywhere Business Mobile Protection and Enclave Managed Networks will monitor your computers 24/7, ready to step in and help Webroot deal with any infections or security events that might arise. An hourly rate applies to any incident response or customer service request outside these basic, automated services.  This hourly rate will be invoiced monthly. Enclave Managed Networks never has access to, nor does it store, your credit card or Paypal...

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Full System Management Package

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 | 0 comments

  Purchase a monthly or annual subscription to protect all your home and business computers by taking advantage of our basic automated update, backup, antivirus/security and monitoring service.  It is all drawn together with a complimentary account on our online support ticketing system. The best protection you can have for your computer systems is preparation in advance of any potential disasters.  Enclave can help you prepare for worst case scenarios while helping you avoid many of the common computer-related pitfalls that sometimes befall people and businesses. Our management solutions scale very well from single home computers to 1000 or more corporate...

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