The activation key you will enter in the next step will be registered under the account you signed in to. If you would like to change the account you are signed in to, click on the Parallels Desktop menu and select Account & License. In the new window, click on the account email address and choose Sign Out.
When Parallels Desktop prompts you to sign in, sign in to the account which contains your activation keys. After signing in, you will see the list of your license keys. Double-click on the license you would like to use for activation.
This article lists the security alerts you might get from Microsoft Defender for Cloud and any Microsoft Defender plans you've enabled. The alerts shown in your environment depend on the resources and services you're protecting, and your customized configuration.
RHEL 9 provides p11-kit package with 0.24 version. This version provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notably, the subdirectory for storing distrusted Certificate Authorities has been renamed to blocklist.
The firewalld intra-zone forwarding feature allows forwarding traffic between interfaces or sources within a firewalld zone. Starting with RHEL 9.0, this feature has been enabled by default. Use the --add-forward option of the firewall-cmd utility to enable intra-zone forwarding for a particular zone. The firewall-cmd --list-all command displays whether intra-zone forwarding is enabled or disabled for a zone:
By default, LVM in RHEL 9 uses only the devices that you explicitly select. Use the new commands lvmdevices and vgimportdevices to select specific devices. Using the pvcreate, vgcreate, and vgextend commands indirectly selects new devices for lvm, if they have not already been selected. LVM ignores devices that are attached to the system until you select them by using one of these commands. The lvm command saves the list of the selected devices in the devices file /etc/lvm/devices/system.devices. The lvm.conf filter or any other command-line configuration filter does not function when you enable the new devices file feature. If you remove or disable the devices file, LVM applies the filter to all attached devices. For detailed information about this feature, see the lvmdevices(8) man page.
LVM volume groups now support a setautoactivation flag which controls whether logical volumes that you create from a volume group will be automatically activated on startup. When creating a volume group that will be managed by Pacemaker in a cluster, set this flag to n with the vgcreate --setautoactivation n command for the volume group to prevent possible data corruption. If you have an existing volume group used in a Pacemaker cluster, set the flag with vgchange --setautoactivation n.
Directory Server 12.0 is based on upstream version 2.0.14 which provides a number of bug fixes and enhancements over the previous version. For a complete list of notable changes, read the upstream release notes before updating:
Previously, using --leavebootorder for the bootloader kickstart command did not work correctly on UEFI systems and changed the boot order. This caused the installer to add RHEL at the top of the list of installed systems in the UEFI boot menu.
Previously, when Anaconda was setting the installer environment host name to the value from the kickstart configuration (network --hostname), it used to set a transient hostname. Some of the actions performed during %post script run, for example network device activation, were causing the host name reset to a value obtained by reverse dns.
The /etc/depmod.d/dist.conf configuration file provides a search order for the depmod utility. Based on the search order, depmod creates the modules.dep.bin file. This file lists module dependencies, which the modprobe utility uses for loading and unloading kernel modules and resolving module dependencies at the same time. Previously, /etc/depmod.d/dist.conf was missing. As a result, modprobe could not load some out-of-tree kernel modules. This update includes the /etc/depmod.d/dist.conf configuration file, which fixes the search order. As a result, modprobe loads out-of-tree kernel modules as expected.
Previously, the SSHD System Role could not create the not allowed HostKey type when called. As a consequence, the SSHD System Role could not manage RHEL 8 and older systems in Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) mode. With this update, the SSHD System Role detects FIPS mode and adjusts the default HostKey list correctly. As a result, the system role can manage RHEL systems in FIPS mode with the default HostKey configuration.
Deprecated functionality will likely not be supported in future major releases of this product and is not recommended for new deployments. For the most recent list of deprecated functionality within a particular major release, refer to the latest version of release documentation.
Note that where only specific options are listed, the base command and its other options are still available and not deprecated. Using the deprecated commands in Kickstart files prints a warning in the logs. You can turn the deprecated command warnings into errors with the inst.ksstrict boot option.
The lvm2-activation-generator program and its generated services lvm2-activation, lvm2-activation-early, and lvm2-activation-net are removed in RHEL 9.0. The lvm.conf event_activation setting, used to activate the services, is no longer functional. The only method for auto activating volume groups is event based activation.
To work around the problem, create the /.gnupg/sshcontrol file without using the gpg-agent --daemon --enable-ssh-support command. For example, you can paste the output of the gpg --list-keys command in the 0 format to /.gnupg/sshcontrol. As a result, gpg-agent works as an SSH authentication agent.
With the replacement of Ansible Engine by the ansible-core package, the list of Ansible modules provided with the RHEL subscription is reduced. As a consequence, running remediations that use Ansible content included within the scap-security-guide package requires collections from the rhc-worker-playbook package.
After launching an instance in the Alibaba Cloud, the nm-cloud-setup service assigns the primary IP address to an instance. However, if you assign multiple secondary IP addresses to an instance and start the nm-cloud-setup service, the former primary IP address gets replaced by one of the already assigned secondary IP addresses. The returned list of metadata verifies the same. To work around the problem, configure secondary IP addresses manually to avoid that the primary IP address changes. As a result, an instance retains both IP addresses and the primary IP address does not change.
In systemd, the default block deactivation code does not always handle complex stacks of virtual block devices correctly. In some configurations, virtual devices might not be removed during the shutdown, which causes error messages to be logged. To work around this problem, deactivate complex block device stacks by executing the following command:
If you aren't using Server ATR, you can refresh your product key(s) manually. If you refresh a subscription (term) product key before the expiration date occurs, the product key will not change but the expiration date will. This can create a mismatch between the product keys listed in the Tableau Customer Portal and those listed in the Tableau Server TSM product key list. The product key will change when the expiration date occurs or shortly thereafter. If a subscription (term) product key is not refreshed and has expired, Tableau will stop working and you will have to activate a new product key from the Tableau Customer Portal to relicense your Tableau Server installation, regardless of whether you are using Server ATR or manual activation methods.
On the other hand, if the product key is perpetual (legacy) and its maintenance has expired, Tableau will continue to operate but you will not have access to upgrades until the maintenance is renewed. After renewing the maintenance, if you aren't using Server ATR, you must refresh the existing product key to update its maintenance expiration date. The product key will never change. For more information about different product key types and associated licenses, see tsm licenses list.
Communication with ESET activation servers is verified using certificates. Ensure the Windows root certificates are updated using Windows Update automatically. Alternatively, refer to Microsoft's article.
In normal circumstances, you should be able to activate your ESET product. If not, that means your computer has a network/DNS/Internet issue or third-party security software leftovers in your computer block attempts to perform the activation. If you are still unable to resolve your issue, email ESET Technical Support.
If you receive the messages \"Activation failed\" and \"The activation key you entered has already expired\" when attempting to activate your ESET product purchased from Staples, email ESET Technical Support. Please include your Activation key and the proof of purchase number from your Staples receipt in your email if available.
Software is distributed via several channels (see the individual software listings below for specific information on each), but in most cases you will need to place an order through the IT Service Desk to obtain the software.
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