This Blog Has Been Hacked! But Should Be OK Now…

  Over the last few days, it seems my blog has been hacked. some suspicious malware codes have been injected into the WordPress PHP pages. I have just reinstalled WordPress, changed all the passwords and ran another scan. it came out clean. I have manually checked infected pages, the suspicious codes have bee removed. If you are using Google Chrome and saw the warning page when trying to access my blog: I have requested Google to review my site again. Hopefully I’ll get my site removed from the blacklist within few days.

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Listening to episodes from SystemCenterPodcast.com on Android devices

An old colleague of mine, Dan Kregor has started a new site systemcenterpodcast.com As the name suggests, it provides podcasts for Microsoft System Center related topics. Dan has made the efforts to make the podcast available on iTune and Zune. Today I was playing with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v (which is running Android HoneyComb) I bought last week and I found I can get the podcasts on Android devices as well! This is done via an Android app called Google Listen. Once Google Listen is installed on your android device, simply subscribe to the RSS feed inside of

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Haven’t been able to blog lately

I haven’t been able to blog lately. I have started my new job as a SCCM specialist. I know this blog is mainly focusing SCCM, SCOM and Powershell and so far I have not posted anything SCCM related. So hopefully I will start posting more SCCM related topics.

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Passed MCTS SCCM exam yesterday

In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been refreshing my memory on SCCM since I haven’t worked on it for almost 4 month… Yesterday, I passed Microsoft 70-401 (SCCM) exam with the score of 976/1000. Pretty disappointed that didn’t get 1000 though… Oh well, there are some SCCM work coming up at work, can’t wait to get started!

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Passed MCTS SCOM Exam (70-400) today!

Today I passed Microsoft exam “70-400 Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007, Configuring” with a score of 975/1000. The transcript indicated I answered one question wrong in relation to “Deploying and COnfiguring Management Packs”. I’m wondering which one I answered wrong… Overall, pretty easy exam. What’s next? Got spend some time to prepare SCCM exam!

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