As of Cisco CDA Patch 2, identity mappings provided via Cisco ISE are natively supported. This means you can authenticate against ISE, which may in turn authenticate against LDAP or Active Directory, and subsequently notify one or more Cisco CDA servers that a new user-to-IP mapping exists. Cisco accomplishes this exchange of authenticated identities via syslog messages. ISE is configured to forward syslog messages to the CDA server(s), and the CDA server(s) have the sending ISE server(s)…
Thought I’d share a nice wrapper for netsh and dnscmd calls to allow easy, bulk provisioning of new DHCP scopes. It’s nice being able to provision a ton of these at once by piping the output from Import-CSV!
Some local Check_MK checks that were created to execute check_MK local check scripts (Powershell) in 64-bit context, monitor Exchange 2007 health (Storage Group replication status, Log Truncation after backups, etc.), and monitor DNS scavenging on Windows servers: