“Safari can’t verify the identity of the website “facebook.com” The certificate for this website is invalid.You might be connecting to a website that is pretending to be “facebook.com”, which could put your confidential information at risk. ” This can happen with almost any website, probably because of the ubiquitous Facebook “Like” and “Share” buttons found all over the web, which may lead users to see the certificate error when they’re somewhere completely different, like IMDB or NYTimes.
Official method despite being too complex for most also has the added disadvantage that it is meant to be used when setting up an image for deploy.
If you take the tech writing industry a little too seriously, you’d be led to believe that everyone is always right at the forefront of technology, deploying new operating systems as soon as they hit the shelves and discarding old environments before they can get more than one version behind. Most tech writers fit one of three categories: Guys like me are the exception.
We’re the ones that pass our 9-5s in much the same way that you do: dreamily reading all about the newest, hottest things on one monitor while feverishly remoted into some ailing, archaic system on the other.
Part of our reality is that we have to maintain older guest operating systems on our hypervisors.
One of the many issues that come along with that is maintenance of Hyper-V’s Integration Services.