Not sure if you misunderstood. I got confirmed that deleting any emails on Group Mailbox won't any member's mailbox items.
Yes, did it that way, went well.
Yeah, not an option for me now.
Seems nice and faster action, than PowerShell commands Microsoft guys running.
I wrote the answer 1 in a confusing way. The emails don't get deleted from each user mailbox that received it so no issue there.
Ask your users if their kids use Steam. Most of my home users have older "kids" I tell them to have their kids stop there Steam games. The users are like what's that?? But as soon as steam is stopped their perfomance comes right back to nominal.
It would be them downloading more games, most likely.
Why not just supply hardware tokens? They are not that expensive.
for multiple sites? Just what everyone wants, a pocket full of tokens.
it's PHI so I could easily see insurance companies at some point also requiring it, so that could be another 20.
This is a joke right? You can use a token across multiple sites. Especially Yubikeys.
yeah I know you can with something like a Yubikey - but that assumes that the site supports Yubikeys -and our EHR only supports Symantec VIP tokens - super lame!
I'd argue it might work anyway. Yubikeys support up to 31 or so OATH-TOTP codes (like an RSA token or Google auth app type token). It also supports any number of u2f applications and two slots for TOTP/HOTP, hmac-SHA1, and GPG keys.
As long as the VIP tokens use some standard for the way it generates the TOTP token you can scan it/enter it with the Yubikey Authenticator app and have it manage that.
It is the same for using Authy instead of Google Authenticator. A lot of sites only say Google Authenticator, but they all use standards, thus Authy works just fine.
Exactly. Anything that says it uses Google Authenticator, can also use MS Authenticator. Same standards as JB said.
That part I know, but Symantec VIP uses their own what they call credential IDs, it's not a generic number like GA or MS auth uses... but I'll have to dig into it to see if it's cross compatible.
"A Credit Card Data Breach: Every practice handles patient credit card information. A Payment Card Industry (PCI) violation can also end up being a reportable breach under HIPAA. Securing and properly handling credit card data is imperative. Don’t store any credit card information in QuickBooks, Excel or any other software. Also make sure you are PCI certified and using EMV devices to limit chargeback liabilities." They only mention the PCI piece, because it is so much less of a concern, storing health data in there would be so much worse.
one of the addresses is for an @ameritrade.com address, but only for one person. I have yet to find any connection via google searches between this person and ameritrade.... so I'm not sure why this was tried?
LOL - If I were the boss, I could do that. She has already ordered me to remove her from the monthly updates - so I have to nag her to do those manually, they can't be pushed to her via WSUS, because of reboots.
Make sure you have a "get it in writing to remove HIPAA requirement automation."
OH, good one.. She's breaking HIPAA by not being updated.
Over a certain time frame, yeah. :) That's going to be the big motivation here. Maybe he should even go to the owners and say "as you title me an IT decision maker, I meed a sign off to allow disregarding the law and a statement that I'm not allowed to follow HIPAA against my requirements, knowledge, and recommendations." Don't argue it, just make them state that they've accepted responsibility by demanding he not follow HIPAA.
But since automatic is disabled, he has no insight to know the time frame is being kept. So yeah.
Right, even if she promises to do it as HIPAA requires, he needs to be indemnified from that.
Probably do not need a server license. Most of these type of apps can be run in Client/Server mode on a desktop so I think you would be fine. Bigger question is how many people are going to use the app? Just one? then a desktop or a VDI would be fine. If there is more than 5 accessing then I would move to a 3 tier with a VM using Windows Server.
The number of users is actually irrelevant. What matters is the number of concurrent connections and the type of content being hosted.
This would fall outside of what MS has allowed in the Desktop licensing.
Depends on the mode... number via SMB, doesn't matter. Number by RDP matters.