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How to turn off System Integrity Protection (SIP) in macOS

OS X El Capitan and later includes security technology that helps protect your Mac from malicious software.

System Integrity Protection is a security technology in OS X El Capitan and later that’s designed to help prevent potentially malicious software from modifying protected files and folders on your Mac. System Integrity Protection restricts the root user account and limits the actions that the root user can perform on protected parts of the Mac operating system.

Before System Integrity Protection, the root user had no permission restrictions, so it could access any system folder or app on your Mac. Software obtained root-level access when you entered your administrator name and password to install the software. That allowed the software to modify or overwrite any system file or app.

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How to enable Airtime Fairness on Ubiquiti (UniFi) APs

Enable ATF (Airtime Fairness) if you have more than 10 clients (give or take) to get equal bandwidth across all clients.

To be able to actually see the Airtime Fairness properties on the device, make sure you enable Advanced Features first under Settings -> Site -> Services.

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Install Office 365 on RDS Server (Terminal Server) via Shared Computer Activation

Microsoft Office 365 has the ability to run Office 365 ProPlus on a RDS Server using a feature called Shared Computer Activation. In this short and straight to the point walkthrough I will guide you step-by-step on how to achieve this. Please do exactly as instructed and this should work without any problems.

IMPORTANT: For this to work you must have Enterprise E3 or a higher level of subscription licensed to your account.

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Installing Microsoft Windows onto DigitalOcean Droplet

NEW – Updated 17th. October 2018: You can now use your own Custom Images (ISO’s) directly on DigitalOcean. So you do not need to go through all the steps below. (They will still be here in case someone used the previous installation method.)

So read these two articles instead on how to use your own ISO file:

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