Hiker Was About to Die in a Snowstorm When She Was Saved by a Total Stranger Following Her Intuition

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreLISTEN to this story in our podcast, told by The Good News Guru (the GNN Founder) on Friday’s radio broadcast with Ellen K on KOST-103.5 — Or, READ the story below… (Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes – or for Androids, on Podbean)A 34-year-old hiker was in dire straits, but she was rescued thanks to a life-saving guardian angel—a stranger who couldn’t stop worrying about her. Nancy Abell was out for a day hike in the mountains of Washington state in October when she first spotted a hiker in a red jacket heading north towards Canada without snowshoes.Katharina Groene traveled from Munich determined to hike the entire 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail after feeling like she’d lost her faith in humanity—the exact storyline in the Reese Witherspoon movie WILD, based on the book written by Cheryl Strayed, which inspired her long hike.Katharina started at the trailhead, journeyed north and made it all the way to the Glacier Peak Wilderness: an alpine mountain range in Washington that is considered the hardest part of the entire trail.LOOK: Mysterious Cat Rescues Injured Tourist From Swiss MountainsSince the area is prone to snow storms, most people try and finish the trail by September – but when October rolled around and Katharina found herself within 200 miles of Canada, she couldn’t bear to turn around when she was so close to her goal, despite Nancy’s advice to do so.Katharina and Nancy spent several hours chatting while hiking side-by-side along the trail until they eventually parted ways. Nancy, however, could not stop worrying about the German hiker, so she made sure to check the daily weather forecasts along the trail from her home in Salta, Washington.Only a few days later, a storm rolled in. Concerned for her new friend, Nancy posted on a local hiker’s forum asking if anyone had met a German hiker headed north. Someone reported they had run into her two days previously—but no on had seen her since.RELATED: Woman Changes Homeless Man’s Life After He Stood on Same Street Corner for 3 YearsNancy couldn’t shake the feeling that Katharina was in danger, so she called rescue services and told them about the missing hiker. Since she knew that Groene had planned on hiking 15 miles every day, she calculated how far along the trail the German hiker would likely be based on the weather and how much she was carrying.Sgt. John Adams of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Unit said, “She told us she would probably be north of Mica Lake but south of the Suiattle River—which ended up being right on.”Sure enough, Groene had slowed to a pace of 7 miles per day trying to reach a ranger’s station 30 miles away. She was soaking wet and showing signs of hypothermia and frostbite. She was running out of food and the tarp that had kept her tent dry had blown away in the wind. Her cell phone had lost service by the time she woke up in whiteout conditions.MORE: Grandma Drives Away Trouble On Her City’s Toughest StreetsShe was prepared for the worst—but then suddenly, a rescue helicopter spotted her red jacket based on Nancy’s precise calculations. Katharina was saved.Nancy and Katharina, Photo by Snohomish County Sheriff’s OfficeShe was invited to stay with Nancy at her home, where the two have become ‘Wild’ friends—and even though she didn’t complete the trail, she got to check off that box: Faith in humanity restored!Save Your Friends From Negativity By Sharing The Good News To Social Media – Photo by Snohomish County Sheriff’s OfficeAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

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Marin Point Reyes 29er and Stelvio Road Bike Receive Updates for 2011

first_imgIn addition to the new Marin Mount Vision XM, and other changes to their venerable mountain bike line, Marin is also slipping in a few changes to their Street and Road line with revised versions of both the Point Reyes Urban 29er, and their top end Stelvio road bike.In regards to the Point Reyes, the frame remains 6061 Aluminum, yet is treated to the new triple butted Hydro-Edge II top and down tubes, while the double butted E4 anti-flex stays remain the same. In addition to the change in frame design, the 2011 Point Reyes also gets upgraded to hydraulic Tektro Draco disc brakes, which replace the previous Hayes MX-4 Mechanical Discs. You might expect a price increase with the added improvements, yet somehow Marin actually managed to drop the price from $1,075 to $999!What changed on the Stelvio? You’ll have to jump past the break to find out!While the lines of the Stelvio look similar to the 2010 model, there have been some pretty major changes. Perhaps, the most dramatic upgrades are the move to a tapered 1 1/8 to 1.5 head tube, and the inclusion of a BB30 bottom bracket. In addition to the change in standards, the Stelvio also receives different carbon, now Full CXR T3 Carbon.The Stelvio will be available in three builds, Dura Ace, Ultegra, and 105, with prices of $4,999, $2,999, and $2,099 respectively, which are all lower price points than 2010. While all Stelvios will be built with a BB30 bottom bracket, only the Dura Ace model is equipped with an FSA K-Force Light BB30 crankset to take advantage of it. The Ultegra and 105 models on the other hand, are speced with Marin’s Big Pipe Billet BB30 to BB68 threaded adapter to run standard Shimano Cranks.last_img read more

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Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Sep 12, 2019

first_imgChick-fil-A reached goal of antibiotic-free chicken in all its restaurantsChick-fil-A today announced it has reached its goal of serving only chicken raised without the routine use of antibiotics, an ambition it set in 2014, according to a company news release.Chick-fil-A reached its “no antibiotics ever” milestone in May and will be touting the achievement on packaging in its restaurants next month. Matt Abercrombie, director of menu and packaging for the company, said, “Our goal was to pursue the highest standard and partner with the USDA [US Department of Agriculture] to verify it.” He added, “We worked with our suppliers to convert our chicken supply to No Antibiotics Ever, which was an industry-changing move, as the supply of No Antibiotics Ever chicken previously did not exist to match our scale.”Other restaurant chains that have reached the same milestone are Chipotle, Panera, McDonald’s, Subway, and KFC, according to a blog post today by Avinash Kar and Lena Brook with the New York City–based Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).The pair said, “This reflects a stunning antibiotics success story that has unfolded across the U.S. chicken industry in the last decade,” pointing to the fact that 92% of US chicken sold last year was produced without the use of medically important antibiotics.Sep 12 Chick-fil-A news release Sep 12 NRDC blog post Study finds similar antibiotic resistance rates in sewage, clinical samplesA study today in Eurosurveillance suggests analysis of sewage samples has the potential to be used for population-level surveillance of antibiotic resistance, complementing current monitoring systems and providing clinically relevant data for countries where clinical surveillance is lacking.In the study, a team of Swedish researchers collected hospital and municipal sewage on eight and six occasions, respectively, in 2016, then analyzed 1,252 Escherichia coli isolates from the samples for resistance to eight different antibiotics. The annual mean resistance rates measured in hospital sewage were higher than in the municipal sewage for seven of the eight antibiotics, and a higher prevalence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL) producers was also observed in the hospital sewage. In addition, E coli showing resistance to at least one of the antibiotics were twice as prevalent in the hospital sewage (36.6% vs 17.9%), and 10 of the 11 most resistant isolates were found in the hospital sewage.Comparison of the resistance rates in the hospital and municipal sewage isolates showed a strong correlation with resistance rates in corresponding clinical isolates from hospital patients and from primary care urine samples, with the stronger correlation observed between resistances rate in hospital sewage and hospital clinical isolates (r² = 0.95 and 0.89 for urine and blood samples, respectively) and a slightly weaker correlation between resistance rates in municipal sewage and primary care isolates (r² = 0.82). The resistance rates in isolates from hospital sewage were overall close to those observed in hospital patient isolates, while the resistance rates from municipal sewage were about half of those measured in primary care isolates.”In conclusion, this study indicates that resistance data obtained from sewage samples reflects well the resistance situation in the studied populations. However, in order to use sewage monitoring to predict the clinical situation in other populations, including those for which such data are missing, further calibration is needed,” the authors of the study write. “This calibration could be extended from E coli to additional important pathogens that can be present in faeces (such as Klebsiella pneumoniae and Salmonella enterica) and possibly from the study of human populations to husbandry animals.”Sep 12 Eurosurveill studylast_img read more

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Galwegians 19-38 Cork Constitution

first_imgUlster Bank Bateman Cup Final Galwegians:  1. Jarleth Naughton (Capt.), 2. Juan Anaya, 3. Jason East, 4. Marty Cummins,  5. David Nolan, 6. Marc Kelly, 7. Josh Pim,  8. Anthony Ryan, 9. Barry Lee, 10. Aidan Moynihan, 11. Ed O’Keeffe, 12. Api  Phewhairangi,, 13. Brian Murphy 14. Cormac Brennan, 15. John Cleary  SUBS: 16. Patrick Curran, 17. Doran Mc Hugh, 18.David O’Connor, 19. Matt Towey, 20. David Clarke, 21. Alan McMahon, 22. Eamonn Dowling Crowley Park: Galwegians      19                     Cork Constitution            38Scorers:  Galwegians:   Tries:  Brian Murphy (2), John Cleary  ;   Con: Aidan Moynihan (2) ;      Cork Constitution:   Tries: Ryan Foley (2), Shane Daly, Max Abbott  ;  Pen: Thomas Quinlan (4) :  Con: Thomas Quinlan (3) :   center_img Cork Constitution: 1. Gavin Duffy, 2. Max Abbott, 3. Ger Sweeney, 4. Conor Kindregen,  5. Brian Hayes, 6. Graeme Lawlor, 7. James Murphy,  8. James Ryan (Capt.), 9. Ryan Foley, 10., 11. Rob Jermyn, 12. Niall Kenneally, 13. Ned Hodson, 14. Aaron Spring, 15. Darren Sweetnam, SUBS: 16. Rory Burke, 17. Liam O’Connor, 18.Cathal O’Flaherty, 20. John Poland, 21. Shane Daly,  23, Darragh Lyons, 24. Luke Cahillprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Launch takes place of 2018 Connacht Rugby Summer Camps

first_imgIn total 18 camps will be held across the next six weeks at clubs around the province, starting this week (Monday 2nd – Friday 6th July) at Creggs RFC, Ballinasloe RFC and Sligo RFC. At the official launch of the 2018 Connacht Rugby Summer Camps Ollie McGuinness from McGuinness total Health Pharmacy Roscommon, Darragh Leader, Joe Gorham, Domestic Rugby Manger Connacht Rugby, Jack Carty and Tiernan O’Halloran, Michelle Concannon, of Concannon Total Heath Pharmacy’s Athlone and Cormac, Aoife and Micheal McGuinness The launch has taken place of the 2018 Connacht Rugby Summer Camps with official partners ‘totalhealth Pharmacy’. The Summer Camps, which are run by fully accredited IRFU coaches, are open to boys and girls between the ages of 6-12 and no prior rugby experience is necessary. Children will get to experience the sport in a fun, safe environment, while developing the basic rugby skills while making new friends and, most importantly, having fun.A number of Connacht Rugby players will be paying a visit to every camp, while the entire squad will be making the trip to Ballina RFC on Wednesday 11th July to meet the kids, members of the club and wider Ballina community.Speaking at this morning’s launch at The Sportsground, Joe Gorham Domestic Rugby Manager at Connacht Rugby said:“We are delighted to officially launch this year’s Connacht Rugby Summer Camps in conjunction with totalhealth Pharmacy. The Summer Camps are a key cornerstone of what we here at Connacht Rugby are all about. Through our ‘Grassroots to Green Shirts’ vision we want to get a rugby ball in the hands of every boy and girl in the province and have them experience the benefits of our great sport. We know that every child attending the Camps over the next six weeks will have a fantastic time. We are also thrilled to have totalhealth Pharmacy on board as our new official partner and we look forward to our partnership growing into the future.”Ollie McGuinness, Director totalhealth Pharmacy Group, said:“The totalhealth Pharmacy Group are delighted to have partnered with Connacht Rugby as the official sponsor of the Connacht Rugby Summer Camps happening in 18 locations throughout the province this summer. Similar to Connacht Rugby, totalhealth Pharmacy is all about supporting communities. Totalhealth Pharmacy has 30 member pharmacies in the Connacht area so the opportunity to partner with Connacht Rugby on this project was a win- win for us. We are excited and looking forward to see the partnership grow and the children having a great time at the Summer Camps.”Registration is open at community.connachtrugby.ie at the cost of €85, and every child who attends will receive our brand new Connacht Rugby 1/4 Zip Top as well as a water bottle, rucksack and one junior ticket to a selected Connacht Rugby match next season at The Sportsground. Attendees are also in with a chance of winning a 2018/19 Connacht Rugby Season Ticket Membership, which goes to the lucky child who finds a golden ticket located in one random camp pack. Attending the official launch of the 2018 Connacht Rugby Summer Camps at The Sportsground is Jack Carty, Darragh Leader and and Tiernan O’Halloran.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Galway Feile Football Results and Fixtures

first_imgU14 Football Féile 2019 – Niall McGinn Cup (Division 1) The 2019 Galway U14 Football Feile started with a full round of group games last night in the Niall McGinn and Tommy Kelly Cups, with two further group games today deciding who qualifies for this evening’s semi finals. The results were as follows: Roinn A- Round 1Caherlistrane 1-6 Annaghdown 2-3Claregalway 2-10 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of April Claregalway 3-3 Annaghdown 0-1 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-4 Caherlistrane 2-1Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown v Mountbellew/Moylough in Knockdoemore at 12.30pmClaregalway 3-6 Caherlistrane 1-2Claregalway Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Clifden 3-5 Micheal Breathnach 1-6Killannin 2-6 Maigh Cuillin 0-7Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMicheal Breathnach 2-2 Maigh Cuillin 2-3Clifden 1-2 Killannin 1-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilMichael Breathnach 1-4 Killanin 3-3Clifden 2-5 Maigh Cuillin 3-4Killanin Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Oranmore/Maree 0-9 St. Michael’s 2-2Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Barna 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 Oranmore/Maree 0-6Barna 0-2 St Michaels 0-5Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 St Michaels 0-5Oranmore/Maree 1-7 Barna 1-3Oranmore/ Maree 0-3 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-2Salthill Knocknacarra win Group CRoinn D – Co-Ordinator- Martin CollinsRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 3-7 Loughrea 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilBallinasloe 3-4 Loughrea 7-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 10-7 Ballinasloe 0-1Corofin Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilClaregalway v Killanin in Knockdoemore at 6pmSalthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in The Prairie at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Claregalway v Killanin v Winner of Salthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in Kenny Park at 4pmU14 Football Feile 2019- Tommy Kelly Cup (Division2)Roinn A – Round 1Craughwell 1-9 Headford 1-1Kinvara 4-5 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCraughwell 1-3 Oranmore/Maree B 3-1Kinvara 2-5 Headford 0-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilHeadford 1-4 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Kinvara 6-6 Craughwell 1-1Kinvara Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Kilconly 5-12 Salthill/Knocknacarra B 1-2Dunmore McHales 0-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 1-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 2-4 Cortoon Shamrocks1-1Salthill/Knocknacarra B 4-3 Dunmore MacHales 4-9Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 0-4 Dunmore MacHales 4-5Cortoon Shamrocks 0-4 Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-3Dunmore Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Tuam Stars 6-8 Monivea/Abbey 1-1Athenry 6-6 Claregalway B 1-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMonivea/Abbey Athenry Claregalway B 0-4 Tuam Stars 5-2Round 3- Saturday 13th of April Tuam Stars 1-4 Athenry 0-0Monivea/Abbey v Claregalway B in Monivea at 1.15pmTuam Stars Win Group CRoinn D – Round 1Leitir Mór 8-8 An Spideal 7-2St James 3-4 Oughterard 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilAn Spideal 3-4 Oughterard 2-1St James 1-2 Leitir Mór 1-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilOughterard 1-5 Leitir Moir 3-1An Spideal 1-4 St James 1-1An Spideal Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilDunmore v Kinvara in Kilconly at 6pmTuam Stars v An Spideal in Monivea at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in Kenny Parkat 3pmU14 Football Feile 2019 – St. Columba’s Credit Union Cup (Division 3)Roinn A – Co-Ordinator – Liam DonoghueRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 0-6 Killererin 2-8Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 4-4 Tuam Stars B 4-2Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v Tuam Stars B in Barnaderg at 1pmKillererin Win Group ARoinn B – Co-Ordinator- Stephen NearyRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown B 2-7 Northern Gaels 3-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSt. Brendans 4-3 Annaghdown B 3-3Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilNorthern Gaels v St. Brendans in Glenamaddy at 1pmSt. Brendans Win Group BRoinn C- Proinnsias GlynnRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Miltown in Miltown at 11amRound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMiltown v Barna B in Miltown at 12noonRound 3- Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Barna B in Miltown at 1pmMilltown Win Group CRoinn D- Co-Ordinator – Brendan McNeelaRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilClonbur v Maigh Cuillin B W/ORound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh W/O v Clonbur in Moycullen at 12noonRound 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh v Maigh Cuillin B in Moycullen at 1pm Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v St. Brendans in Barnaderg at 6pmMilltown v Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh in Miltown at 6pmFinal- Sunday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in KennyPark at 2pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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McNeese State’s Gawlik Named Women’s Tennis Player of the Week

first_imgGawlik opened the season by winning both of her singles and doubles matches last weekend to help lead the Cowgirls to a 1-1 start to the 2014 season. In her first dual match of 2014, the sophomore from Nowy Sacz, Poland, made quick work of UTEP’s Rebecca Calvillo on court one, winning 6-1, 6-2. She also helped McNeese clinch the doubles point with a 6-4 victory alongside teammate Sara Castellano.  They remained undefeated in doubles action defeating UTSA 6-3. Gawlik capped off her undefeated weekend against UTSA’s Jacobea Junger, coming back after losing the first set 3-6 and defeating the Roadrunner’s No. 1 player 3-6, 6-2, 10-5. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Honorable mention this week goes to Abilene Christian senior Micah Hermsdorf, New Orleans sophomore Soledad Calderon and Oral Roberts junior Haley Martin.center_img FRISCO, Texas – McNeese State sophomore Klaudia Gawlik has been named the Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday.last_img read more

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Spencer’s Calvin Lenz no-hits Prentice/Butternut, Rockets roll 12-0

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterSPENCER — Spencer scored multiple runs in each of the first four innings and blew out Prentice/Butternut 12-0 in a nonconference baseball matchup Tuesday at Spencer High School.Calvin Lenz tossed a five-inning no-hitter for the Rockets as the game ended early due to the 10-run rule.Lenz struck out 10 and walked three in the victory.Spencer scored four times in the first inning and added eight more runs over its next three at-bats to roll to the win.Mitch Susa was 3-for-3 with four RBIs, and Lenz and Jake Meyers each had two hits for the Rockets (2-1).Spencer hosts Greenwood on Friday in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division game. The game will be broadcast on WOSQ-FM 92.3 and wdlbwosq.com beginning at 5 p.m.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Rockets 12, Buccaneers 0Prentice/Butternut 000 00 – 0 0 2Spencer 432 3x – 12 11 0WP: Calvin Lenz. LP: Beau Merrimen.SO: Lenz 10. BB: Lenz 3.Top hitters: S, Mitch Susa 3×3, 4 RBIs; Lenz 2 hits; Jake Meyers 2 hits; Bobby Pilz 2B.Records: Prentice/Butternut 0-1; Spencer 2-1.last_img read more

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Version 2 of the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology released

first_imgIn terms to AMT Serial Over LAN (SOL), SOL allows you to send console text to a remote destination and to receive keystrokes from a remote source.  Serial Over LAN can be used to interact with the BIOS or Console based Operating (Text Based) remotely on an vPro / AMT based client.Invoke-AMTSOL -ComputerName: vproclient.vprodemo.com -port:16992 -Credential $MyPSCredentialAs for the Light Weight Graphical User to invoke Out of Band PowerShell command, we have an invoke cmdlet within the vPro PowerShell module name Invoke-AMTGUI.  Now our intention with including this was predominately as a reference design on how you could invoke Out of Band PowerShell commands from within a GUI (maybe if you wanted to extend an existing solution with vPro Out of Band Capabilities) ; never the less, if get bored of typing in PowerShell Console, you can click instead .  One interesting feature, is that GUI will regenerate the console code (including parameters) for you.  So, you could copy and paste out of band powershell commands instead of looking at the integrated help (Get-Help). Remotely booting a client from a Remote DVD/CD ISO and floppy IMG via AMT IDE-RedirectionAbility to interact with AMT Serial Over LAN through the PowerShell ConsoleLight Weight Graphical User Interface built completely through PowerShellFor those that are unfamiliar with vPro / AMT IDE-Redirection functionality, IDE-R allows you to boot a client from an bootable DVD/CD ISO or Floppy IMG image remotely stored on file share or off the computer running PowerShell Console.  The bootable media can range from bootable windows install, WINPE images, Live CDs, diagnostic tools like MS Dart, or any custom bootable media you roll on your own.  To perform a Force boot IDE-R from within the PowerShell, the PowerShell Command would look something like this:Invoke-AMTForceBoot -ComputerName: vproclient.vprodemo.com -port:16992 -Operation:PowerOn -Device:IDER -IDERPath C:PSMyBootableISO.iso -Credential $MyPSCredential You can download version 2 of the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology from the following location.–Matt Royer For those that followed our previous release of the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology, you know version 1 brought the following vPro / AMT Out of Band Use to PowerShell: Power Control: AMT Power Management allows you to power up, power down, or perform a power reset on a client remotely independent of Operating System state or hardware sleep state.Force Boot: AMT Force boot allows you to remotely over the network reboot a client to an alternative boot device such as PXE, CD/DVD, or Local HardDrive.Alarm Clock Configuration: A configurable option that allows you to set a specific or periodical interval to wake the Intel AMT Client out of sleep states.System Defense: System Defense allows you to define network security policies, such as filtering out / preventing network traffic from getting to the operating system, while still having the ability to manage the client out of band.3PDS: 3PDS is a persistent, nonvolatile memory space accessible to write and read data to even when the OS is unresponsive or management agents are missing.With the second release of the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology, we have extended the PowerShell Out of Band Scenarios within the Module to included:last_img read more

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Ancelotti: ‘Salzburg-Napoli fundamental’

first_imgCarlo Ancelotti warns Napoli that their two meetings with RB Salzburg are “fundamental” for Champions League qualification. “I want to see intensity and courage.” It kicks off on Wednesday at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT) in Austria. “Salzburg started the season well and although they changed a lot of players, they maintained the same approach to football with intensity and pace,” said Ancelotti in his press conference. RB Salzburg beat Genk 6-2 in their opening fixture and only narrowly lost 4-3 away to Liverpool, so are genuine contenders for qualification from this group. “There is a lot at stake in these two games, as Salzburg have shown they are capable of qualifying for the Round of 16, so yes these will be very important matches. “I want to see a courageous Napoli team that gives its all. This will have a lot of intensity, so we need courage, ideas, the desire to take the game by the scruff of the neck and collective work to overcome a team that has been doing very well this season. “Salzburg have players with different qualities and characteristics in attack, who combine well. They can do damage both with close passing and on the counter-attack, so they are versatile. “They did very well against Liverpool, as it’s not easy to score three goals at Anfield, so we must certainly be wary.” Napoli have not won a Champions League away fixture for three years, while Salzburg are unbeaten at home in Europe since 2016. “It’s not just my fault, Maurizio Sarri was here too,” smiled Ancelotti. “We have the experience of playing here last season in the Europa League. It’s true we lost 3-1, but after 20 minutes we already had qualification in our pockets with the away goal, so we relaxed a bit too much. “These are passionate and intimidating atmospheres, but we have to resist that and focus on playing with courage. Napoli can only win if we show our quality. A win away from home would be fundamental in the group, obviously.” Ancelotti was asked about Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano, who returned from Mexico with an ankle injury and did not feature in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Hellas Verona. “Lozano had a knock on international duty, but he is fine and will certainly give his contribution tomorrow. Arek Milik has always had space when he’s been in good shape. I know if he’ll play from the start, and he could do, but I won’t tell you… “Dries Mertens is the freshest, as he was rested at the weekend, so the one with the freshest legs has a better possibility of starting. I don’t decide the line-up, it is the work in training that tells me what to do. “We are all here to do the best of our abilities and I think our best is enough to get three points here. Considering 14 players for this game is important, as I know you are only interested in the starting XI, but those who come off the bench can be decisive. “You reporters tend to get the XI right, but the important thing is that I get the right XI!” Will Fernando Llorente be in the starting line-up? “It depends on what kind of game you expect. If I thought we’d play for 90 minutes in the opposition half, then Llorente would have advantages. I think we need to choose strikers who are… good,” he smiled. Ancelotti was also asked if he still felt happy in his work, perhaps in light of recent comments from President Aurelio De Laurentiis. “Football was my passion when I was 10 years old and it is still my passion, even if the environment around it doesn’t always make me happy, but I love watching games, working on the formations and studying teams. That I will always love.” Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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