Yes, I’m an Microsoft employee, however this is a personal blog with a target for IT and SysAdmins. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.

Any reference I made/make/will make to any company products (e.g. Microsoft Windows, Canonical Ubuntu, RHEL, ecc.) is solely based on the fact that this is an IT related blog, intended for SysAdmins, which inevitably, in most cases, work with all the main operating systems(Windows, Unix, Linux) and relative software. I do my best to keep all the information in this blog pertinent and useful to this type of blog.

Any request on this blog or relative sources (e-mail, facebook page, ecc.) for support any company products will be ignored. You should use the official support channels of the companies from which you got your products.

Although I’m a professional myself, this doesn’t mean you should blindly follow my advice.  Any information I provide on my blog is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge, but  there may be omissions, errors or mistakes.

So, everything you do with the information found on this blog is solely your choice. I will not be held responsible if any of the code or information or instructions I provided in this blog, used by you or third party, will create any damage to you or someone else. Use it at your own risk!

Consult with your own team/professionals before taking actions based on the information in this blog.

In addition, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time. I consider this a necessary consequence of having an open mind. Therefore, I reserve myself the right to change the way I run and/or manage my blog and I may change the focus and content of this blog at any time.