The Dell OpenManage Linux packages have come a long way and are very useful to have installed on any Dell servers you have installed. In fact OpenManage could be considered critical to monitoring Dell hardware for many reasons but consider a single disk in a RAID 1 mirrored group failing and you don’t have physical access to the box. Unless you are constantly monitoring other logs it would make things much easier to receive an alert from monitoring software such as something like Nagios. This way you can feel comfortable at all times that your Dell hardware is in top shape.
With the release of the new Question-Defense online NTLM, MD5 and MD4 cracker I decide to write a quick how to on grabbing the hash’s from a windows system. In order for this to work you need at least one username and logon of a user with admin privileges. I may in the future write a article on how to escalate your privileges from a user to a admin, but for the sake of this article will assume you know at least one admin user log on.