GPO | WMI filtering for users and/or machines

Setting some user branch rules for specific users on specific machines only. Forget old school loopback mode – use WMI Filtering instead. Create a WMI Rule. Syntax is like select * from Win32_ComputerSystem where ( Name like ‘MACHINE%’ or Name = ‘SERVERX’) and (UserName like ‘mueller%’ or Username = ‘meier’ ) or select * from […]

OTRS 3.2 | DashboardBackend | Possible attributes for filtering

You will find it in StateType|StateTypeIDs|Queues|QueueIDs|Types|TypeIDs|States|StateIDs|Priorities|PriorityIDs|Services|ServiceIDs|SLAs|SLAIDs|Locks|LockIDs|OwnerIDs|ResponsibleIDs|WatchUserIDs|ArchiveFlags Konfigurationseinstellungen bearbeiten in Ticket -> Frontend::Agent::Dashboard Multiple attributes are possible: States=new;States=open;Types=withDeadline;SortBy=DynamicField_Deadline;OrderBy=Up; Filtering for ticket type is possible: States=new;States=open;Types=withDeadline;SortBy=DynamicField_Deadline;OrderBy=Up; Sorting by dynamic fields: You have to add the prefix DynamicField_ to the name of the dynamic field. States=new;States=open;Types=withDeadline;SortBy=DynamicField_Deadline;OrderBy=Up;

Audio normalization with ffmpeg using loudnorm (ebur128) filter

Source: Source: (Credits: | Source discovered by Mulvya)   ./ffmpeg -i /path/to/input.wav -af loudnorm=I=-16:TP=-1.5:LRA=11:print_format=summary -f null – This instructs FFmpeg to measure the audio values of your media file without creating an output file. You will get a series of values presented as follows: Input Integrated:    -27.2 LUFS Input True Peak: […]