April COVID 19 Update

First and foremost, we hope that this update finds you and your friends and family safe, healthy and secure.

At the one month mark of our decision to join thousands of companies statewide and shelter-in-place, we are still working primarily from our homes and assisting with client networks remotely. We’ve been incredibly excited to see how seamless and relatively painless our current remote access technologies have made the transition from on-site to teleworking for both ourselves and for our customers.

We are continuing to closely monitor the CDC recommendations and are staying committed to keeping our customers and employees as safe as possible, while continuing our efforts to keep critical systems running as normally as possible.

During this challenging time, it has been very heartwarming to see the outpouring of support, camaraderie and selflessness of our amazing North Valley communities, and we feel honored to be an active part of it.

If you or your company are still looking for teleworking or general network solutions during the shelter-in-place, we would love to share some of our success stories and implementations with you.


Mother and Daughter in masks
Keep safe.
We will all get through this, together

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SECURITY ALERT – RD Session Drive Mapping

Security Alert

We have experienced a very unique situation where using a Remote Desktop session to connect to a remote system that’s been infected with crypto malware can potentially encrypt files on the originators network.

We recommend that you have the “drives” option disabled on ALL RD session connections.

Without this setting disabled, the remote system can gain access to your mapped redirected drives, and will begin to encrypt the files on them. TURN OFF DRIVE MAPPING as a default setting for all RDC connections.

It’s simple to do, just follow these steps


From the “Local Resources” tab in your RD Connection window, click the “more” button.

Be sure to UNCHECK the “drives” option in the “Local Drives and Resources” window.

Make this change on all existing RDP connections, or save it to a file and use as your default RDC session connection.

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