Cisco Champion 2021

I’d like to take a few moments and recognize those that helped make this happen for the 3rd year in a row. I am truly honored to be included as a Cisco Champion for 2021 and none of this is possible without Cisco, Lauren Friedman, Brett Shore, Tech Field Day, and fellow Cisco Champions. If you’re interested in learning more... Continue Reading →

Modifying Backup Settings for a Backup Job in Veeam Backup and Replication

I recently converted my physical hosts (three laptops) at home into virtual machines. I understood the benefits at the time but didn't consider other areas that may be affected by the change. However, this is a good thing! Why you ask? It's because this will serve as a learning opportunity but it will also allow... Continue Reading →

Do. Or do not. There is no try.

I've been blessed to expand my career in ways I could not have conceived 5+ years ago. They include speaking engagements at #VeeamOn with fellow Veeam Vanguards, VMUG UserCons, hosting the VMUG Unfiltered podcast, writing engagements for Aruba Networks, THWACK, Runecast, GestaltIT, and Tech Field Day. In addition to this, the various tech advocacy\influencer groups... Continue Reading →

Security Field Day 5

I will be participating in my first ever Security Field Day event, which is scheduled to take place from March 23-25, 2021. For more information about the event including the times for each session, please click on the link above or follow along on Twitter with #XFD5. The companies presenting for this event include Efficient... Continue Reading →

Creating a new Physical Protection Infrastructure group in VBR v11

Over the weekend, I decided to stand up a Windows DC (Domain Controller), install Veeam Backup & Replication (GA build 11.0.0.837) and test the concept of creating a new Physical Protection Infrastructure group in the v11 console.   Windows Domain Controller: Windows 10 client: Veeam Backup & Replication (GA build 11.0.0.837) was used for this... Continue Reading →

Creating a Duo Username Alias

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to configure a Duo alias for an employee of your organization. An example of this use case is a Mac user provided a corporate MacBook that includes multiple local Mac accounts. You may ask why multiple local Mac accounts? In... Continue Reading →

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