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    We will be using an independent san apx 3/4 TB as advised by sun microsystems the san will be OS independent.

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    But you've still got to present the datastore to the servers in order for them to utilise it?

    Ben

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    The independent san
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    Sun StorageTek 5320 NAS Appliance

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    Hi,

    ANFS and some other software that we have produced is being made available via the EduGeek projects section as open source and free.

    I am in the process of packing these up and I will be passing them over to Bizzle who will be managing these projects from then on.

    Hopefully the transfer will complete this week.

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    Is ANFS any different to that EduSweep?

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    I hope you're not buying the san from that link as it's end of life.

    If you use iscsi then you can connect your servers to it and they will see it as a local disk therefore R2 file screening will still work.

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    We can only use what sun give us as part of BSF and there recomended setup we have had this unit for a while now, we currently only run the admin shares and home areas on this but will eventually integrate the students home areas here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsheldon View Post
    We can only use what sun give us as part of BSF and there recomended setup we have had this unit for a while now, we currently only run the admin shares and home areas on this but will eventually integrate the students home areas here.
    It'll probably be solaris based, so you could just use samba and veto the files. Failing that maybe you could use the find command

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    i am currently using this command, that i overlooked for some reason

    cd vol:\studentFiles
    del *.exe /s /f

    the problem is it does not remove hidden or archived or zipped .exe files
    but it does remove read only which is good

    any ideas ?

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    well i would pre fix that script with an:

    Code:
    attrib * -H -R -A /S
    Which will remove all read-only and hidden flags on files making them accessible to delete. I would also remove ALL archive files from the student home drives as that pretty much means 'hide executable'.

    so you should be in business with

    Code:
    cd vol:\studentFiles
    attrib * -H -R -A /S
    del *.exe /s /f
    del *.zip /s /f
    Last edited by amfony; 24th February 2009 at 09:28 PM. Reason: sorry you said archive files aswell - editted the attrib line

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    Quote Originally Posted by amfony View Post
    well i would pre fix that script with an:

    Code:
    attrib * -H -R -A /S
    Which will remove all read-only and hidden flags on files making them accessible to delete. I would also remove ALL archive files from the student home drives as that pretty much means 'hide executable'.

    so you should be in business with

    Code:
    cd vol:\studentFiles
    attrib * -H -R -A /S
    del *.exe /s /f
    del *.zip /s /f
    Maybe also add a @echo off at the start so that if something goes wrong and it is shown they don't know what it is doing.

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    Now its .SWF

    I now need to delets .swf also, but wait its not that simple I need to delete .swf over a certain size as the smaller .swf files are students work and the larger ones are games.
    I want to add this to the current script if possible any ideas ?

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