Start Chrome with the following flags:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"
|#Install the DSInterals Powershell Module|
|Install-Module -Name DSInternals -Force|
|#Identify which users can recover the GMSA Account's Password. Compromise one of those Principals.|
|Get-ADServiceAccount -Identity GMSAccount -Properties PrincipalsAllowedToRetrieveManagedPassword|
In February 2017, Google announced the availability GPU-based VMs. I spun up a few of these instances, and ran some benchmarks. Along the way, I wrote down the steps taken to provision these VM instances, and install relevant drivers.
Update April 2019: Updated instructions to use instances with the Tesla T4 GPUs.
|This is a pretty simple setup:|
|Siri is used to control Homebridge using the HomeKit protocol.|
|Homebridge has a module named Homebridge-ssh that allows you to run commands over ssh.|
|There is a shell script on an OpenWrt box to enable, disable, and check the status of a MAC Address block in the FORWARD table.|
|1. Install node on your platform. I went with 8.9 for no specific reason other than I initially had issues with 10 that probably weren't related..|
|2. Install homebridge and homebridge-ssh. You should probably also put hombridge-config-ui-x on there too... I used the unsafe-perm parameter after getting a significant number of errors:|
|sudo -i npm install -g homebridge --unsafe-perm|
|sudo -i npm install -g homebridge-ssh --unsafe-perm|