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Mailprotector releases new MX servers with increased TLS security

Mailprotector releases new MX servers with increased TLS security

For those of you that have been with us for a while and have some older domains, Mailprotector recommends updating the MX records. These new MX servers offer improved compatibility with TLS connections. The older records will continue to work in most circumstances but the new ones may help when a sender enforces TLS connections. If your MX needs updating you will see “Incorrectly configured” for the MX Records Status. To find this status you need to navigate to the domain view in Mailprotector. So open your reseller account -> open the customer -> select a domain. Click on that box to see the recommended MX records.  All that is changing is the “.com.us” is replaced by “-com.inbound”  (dot replaced by a dash, and “us” replaced by “inbound”) Updating the MX records will not disrupt email delivery. To update your MX records you need to log into your domain DNS…

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New Kaseya Cloud Updates

Today Kaseya is going to be making some changes to KLC on their cloud offering. The details are below: Hello Folks, This Thursday, the CloudOPS team will deploy a new back-end feature to the cloud platform which will enable new KLC global relay functionality. Over the past few months, we have been working on a…

Virtual Administrator's March 2012 Patch Recommendations

We have not uncovered any widespread problems with any of these patches and are releasing all of them. MS12-020  is rated Critical.  After your next patch cycle completes you should follow up and make sure this is installed.  This is an RDP vulnerability and only machines with this enabled are at risk.  Although this was…

Chris Amori For SMB Top 150

Hey, You all know and love our top Kaseya Guru, Chris Amori. So why don’t you show it? Chris needs votes over at the SMB top 150 voting for this year. If Chris has been responsible for some of the success that you’ve had in your business, then head on over and give his name…

Privacy Alert! Google's new privacy policy and how to skip out on it.

So, its already main stream news. Google is putting a new privacy policy in place on March 1st that essentially says “we’re going to use all of your personal information to advertise at you.” Your Google searches will impact your Google+ account, your gmail account will impact what you see on YouTube. Its going to…

Virtual Administrator’s February 2012 Patch Recommendations

We have not uncovered any widespread problems with any of these patches and are releasing all of them. 4 are rated Critical.  After your next patch cycle completes you should follow up and make sure these are installed.  Microsoft recommends giving top priority to MS12-010, a cumulative update for IE. No out-of-band updates were released…

Featured Top 200 MSP

Today we’re proud to announce that we have been featured as a top 200 MSP in North America. This is an exciting announcement for us, and we’re very excited to continue working hard to keep that title. This marks the third time that Network Depot has appeared on the list. A big thank you to…

New Site

Virtual Administrator is excited to announce a new website. We’re sanding off the rough edges over the next two weeks and preparing for the launch of a new Virtual Administrator program (ClubMSP). Stay tuned for more information. We’re going to be in touch with our partners to get you setup with an account and help…

Kaseya KLC Rocks! (no I haven't been drinking!)

Give Kaseya Live Connect (KLC) another try.   I know you are probably thinking I have gone off the deep end, the Kaseya community site has plenty of messages about problems with KLC, and I have written several blog articles about how to make it more efficient, but something happened a few weeks ago that…

Give Your Clients Remote Control Access To Their System Using Kaseya

In version 6.2, Kaseya allowed SaaS partners to give their users access to their machines.  Follow the easy instructions below to provide your clients more value from your service. Click on Agent Tab (Button #1) Go to Configure Agents-> Portal Access (#2). Select the computer you wish to give remote access to (#3) Give them…

Kaseya releases Kaseya AV 1.2 (KAV)

Kaseya has released the next update to their Kaspersky implementation in their RMM tool. KAV 1.2 bring, among other things, server support.