One of the things that makes doing Splunk operations and infrastructure work so much easier and faster is having a bashrc profile (assuming you’re running Splunk for Unix) that aliases a lot of the common commands. This is a quick step by step on how to create a bashrc profile for Splunk. Create a bashrc profile for the default ssh
Below is a script I wrote to pull large data sets of Active Directory data using Python 3 and ldap3. I didn’t see any blogs that fulfilled my particular use case so I figured I would post a working version that I have. I have truncated all sensitive information out with <TRUNC> so be sure to replace that with the respective
Well, after about a year of going without being able to type in Arabic with the Arabic Digits (١٢٣٤٥٦٧٨٩٠). I decided to take matters into my own hands after being unable to find an already prepared solution. After about 2 hours of programming and messing around with Microsoft’s KLC, I have made a complete layout that includes both the numbers
Finally got this up and running… now to design and add content!