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the why of MOV command restrictions


the why of MOV command restrictions

By : Nameri11
Date : November 22 2020, 03:03 PM
this one helps. x86 MOV instructions simply do not support both a load and a store in the same instruction.
You can either load from memory to a register, or store a register to memory. If you want to copy memory to memory in one instruction you need the MOVS instruction, which takes two pointers and copies them.
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How to change .net framework v2.0 to v4.0 for ISAPI and CGI restrictions feature in IIS7 using command line?

How to change .net framework v2.0 to v4.0 for ISAPI and CGI restrictions feature in IIS7 using command line?


By : Dalziel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do There is no such thing as .NET Framework version for specific IIS module, Isapi and CGI Restrictions in your case. The menu item refers to global .NET Framework version setting in IIS (same you see in the right-side action panel on the first screenshot). In fact, the setting controls what version of the framework to assign to an application pool when you create one. You can use the following command:
code :
appcmd.exe set config -section:system.applicationHost/applicationPools /applicationPoolDefaults.managedRuntimeVersion:"v4.0" /commit:apphost
Update IIS 6 IP Restrictions using command line

Update IIS 6 IP Restrictions using command line


By : Stefan Faulhaber
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem No, there's no built-in Windows command to do it. You can find evidence of scripts that people have written to mitigate for this.
Ultimately, you want to modify a metabase entry called IPSecurity. Here's the thing: this IPSecurity entry can be set up at the top level (W3SVC service) all of the way down to individual files. So, you can define security for any of:
code :
  Dim SecObj 
  Dim MyIPSec 
  Dim IPList 

  Set SecObj = GetObject("IIS://LocalHost/W3SVC") 
  Set MyIPSec = SecObj.IPSecurity   
  If (FALSE = MyIPSec.GrantByDefault) Then 
     MyIPSec.GrantByDefault = TRUE 
  End If 

  if WScript.Arguments.Count = 0 then
     WScript.Echo "Missing IP Address"
     WScript.Quit(1)
  end if

  ' WScript.Echo "Adding "  & WScript.Arguments(0)

  IPList = MyIPSec.IPDeny 
  Redim Preserve IPList (Ubound(IPList)+1) 
  IPList (Ubound(IPList)) = WScript.Arguments(0)

  MyIPSec.IPDeny = IPList 
  SecObj.IPSecurity = MyIPSec 
  SecObj.Setinfo 
Listing filenames with restrictions with echo command in linux

Listing filenames with restrictions with echo command in linux


By : Md Mahfuz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue How to list all filenames starting with 'a' and containing exactly three characters with echo command. I tried: echo a* ??? but that didn't work. What am I doing wrong? , Try
code :
echo a??
Add restrictions on docker command

Add restrictions on docker command


By : RadiologyKen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . It's non-trivial, but the twistlock authz plugin supports limiting actions of individuals on the Docker engine. You'll need to configure Docker with certificates, give out certificates to the users accessing docker, remove their unix socket access by removing them from the docker group and having them login through the network port with their certificate, install the 3rd party plugin, and then setup your ACLs.
For a more turn-key solution, Docker also has their commercial offering.
Azure power shell command to remove IP restrictions on App service

Azure power shell command to remove IP restrictions on App service


By : Abiúd Neto
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I did my part of RnD and could not find Azure Powershell command remove IP restrictions on App service. Can someone help me out here plz. , Try the command below, it works fine on my side.
code :
$r = Get-AzureRmResource -ResourceGroupName "yourresourcegroup" -ResourceType Microsoft.Web/sites/config -ResourceName yourappservicename/web -ApiVersion 2016-08-01
$p = $r.Properties
$p.ipSecurityRestrictions = @()
Set-AzureRmResource -ResourceGroupName  "yourresourcegroup" -ResourceType Microsoft.Web/sites/config -ResourceName yourappservicename/web -ApiVersion 2016-08-01 -PropertyObject $p
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