Web : SSL error NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY

Since April 2018, I have noticed the following SSL error with Google Chrome and Safari’s latest versions : NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY All Symantec SSL/TLS certificates issued prior June 1st 2016 will output this warning from now on since the latest updates. Web user, nothing is wrong on your side, the site owner must re-issue his certificate, even… Read More »

JunOS : Versions running on dual partitions are not same

Having the following notification on the console output after booting your Juniper EX switch? WARNING: JUNOS versions running on dual partitions are not same This might have been caused by an incomplete/failed upgrade of JunOS. Either way, unless this is the result of an action made on purpose, it is important that both slices have… Read More »

Windows : Recover lost session profile

Have you lost your session profile since the last time you logged in on your Windows PC (meaning login with your user account and your settings and/or files vanished)? There might be multiple causes for that, such as you logged into a temporary profile or you joined the PC to a domain. (If this happened… Read More »

Dell : How to install a custom issued SSL certificate on iDRAC

If you already have a certificate generated by a certificate authority (or maybe a wildcard certificate), you can use the following procedure to configure it on your iDRAC, so you can get rid of the browser security warning. We will use the iDRAC “racadm” command line utility (if you do not have it already, you… Read More »

VMware : Time on VCSA is out of sync with external PSC

This issue appear to be banal, but actually consumed precious (lost) time of my day deploying a vCenter Server Appliance on an external Platform Service controller, version 6.5. At the “Install – Stage 2: Set Up vCenter Server Appliance”, you are asked for Single Sign-On infos of the PSC appliance. Clicking next, you may encounter… Read More »

JunOS : Configuring the QSFP+ uplink ports on EX4300

By default, all QSFP+ ports on the EX4300 chassis are configured as virtual chassis ports (vcp). VC minimal (recommended) requirement is two ports, meaning that two out of the four ports can be used as regular 40 Gbps interfaces and/or for uplink purpose. Let’s assume we want to use the port #0 and 1 as… Read More »