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  1. https://www.nakivo.com/resources/download/update/ New release 10.5.1 is out with a fix for log4j: Fixed Apache Log4j Vulnerabilities Addressed Apache Log4j library vulnerability issues CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046. [https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/RN/v10.5.1+Release+Notes] happy xmas and stay save (covid and log4j)
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  2. I have a question mostly to sysadmins or anyone related. How do you monitor your environment? What tools do you like? I feel that my company needs an upgrade in terms of monitoring potential issues. Thanks for sharing your experience and for any relevant suggestions.
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  3. @Connor0967, There are few options where you can find the old emails: 1. Check the Old Email folder in the Outlook Email Client. This option works if you have a Microsoft Outlook app. Go to the Folder menu tab Click New Search Folder Select Old email (Organizing Mail section) Choose the period you need (e.g., older than three months). Select the Microsoft 365 account you need. Click OK and close the window. Now, return to the main window where you can already see the folder named Older than 3 months in the Search Folders section. Click the folder to check all Outlook emails older than three months. Note: if you delete this folder, your emails won't be deleted. 2. Check the Cache Exchange mode setting It is a setting in Outlook that defines the period for email storage. To check what is the current period for you, do the following: Click File Go to Account Settings and choose the needed account and click Change. Check Cached Exchange Mode settings. Note: It is only available for Exchange accounts. By default, the local storage for emails works for a year. To change it, move the slider from 1 year to All. Click Next to complete the configuration and reboot Outlook. Now, the emails shouldn't be deleted after 12 months. Check more details about finding your old Outlook emails in our blog post https://www.nakivo.com/blog/how-to-find-old-emails-in-microsoft-365/ Let me know if you need any further assistance.
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  4. Hi, @Loki Rodriguez! There are numerous monitoring tools for each specific case. Could you please specify what you need to monitor exactly? In the meantime, you can check the general information about the IT infrastructure monitoring in our blog post https://www.nakivo.com/blog/all-you-should-know-about-it-infrastructure-monitoring/ It clarifies the main principles and methods of IT monitoring, as well as types of monitoring and distribution models. Apart from that, check out the most effective tools to monitor VMware and Hyper-V environments. https://www.nakivo.com/vmware-backup/vmware-performance-monitoring.jpg https://www.nakivo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Infographic-for-Hyper-V-backup-_Microsoft-Hyper-V-Tools-for-Monitoring-Hosts-and-Guest-VMs__new.png If you have any additional questions, let me know.
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  5. @Loki Rodriguez, My main principle is to ensure the complete monitoring of all the systems: hardware monitoring, network monitoring, security monitoring, critical activity monitoring, application monitoring and uptime monitoring. And then, there are multiple good tools to keep track of each parameter.
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