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What are the steps for an Exchange certificate renewal?

An expired Exchange certificate can bring your messaging platform to a halt, but it’s easy enough to check and replace the expired certificate.

When mail stops flowing, Outlook access breaks and the Exchange Management Console/Shell gives errors, then it might be time to see if an Exchange certificate renewal is in order.

Exchange adds a certificate by default with your protocols during its installation, including Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and Internet Information Services (IIS). Many companies do not allow access to Outlook on the web, so mail is only accessible internally. This limits the Exchange Server capabilities as Microsoft designed it to be accessible from anywhere on any device.

For companies that choose to limit Exchange’s functionality, the IT staff often opts to use the default certificate, which has a five-year life span. In five years, IT might forget about the Exchange certificate renewal until they receive countdown emails warning that it will expire. If nobody sees these emails and the certificate expires, then problems will start, as Exchange services that require a valid certificate might not work.

To check a certificate’s status, run the following PowerShell command:

Get-ExchangeCertificate | fl

Assign a new certificate for Exchange 2010

If Exchange breaks due to an expired certificate, then you might want to push for a quick fix by issuing a certificate to an internal certificate authority. This won’t work because the certificate authority will not sign the certificate.

If you start to panic as help desk tickets start to flood in, this is when trouble typically happens. You might try to adjust the settings in IIS, but this can break Exchange. However, the fix is simple.

Run the New-ExchangeCertificate command to initiate the Exchange certificate renewal process. This PowerShell cmdlet will create a new self-signed certificate for Exchange 2010. The command prompts you to replace the existing certificate. Click Yes to proceed.

Exchange certificate replacement
Execute the PowerShell New-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet to build a new self-signed certificate for Exchange 2010.

Next, assign the services from the old certificate to the new one and perform an IISReset from an elevated command prompt to get Exchange services running again.

Finally, ensure the bindings in IIS are set to use the new certificate.

Researchers bring back cold boot attacks on modern computers

It’s 2008 all over again as researchers have found a way to leverage cold boot attacks against modern computers to steal sensitive data from lost or stolen devices.

Olle Segerdahl and Pasi Saarinen, security consultants for F-Secure, developed the new cold boot attack method and claim it “will work against nearly all modern computers,” including both Windows and MacOS devices.

In classic cold boot attacks, threat actors could recover data stored in RAM after a computer was improperly shut down, but modern operating systems have mitigations against this by way of overwriting RAM. Segerdahl and Saarinen found a way to disable this feature.

“It takes some extra steps compared to the classic cold boot attack, but it’s effective against all the modern laptops we’ve tested,” Segerdahl said in a written press statement. “And since this type of threat is primarily relevant in scenarios where devices are stolen or illicitly obtained, it’s the kind of thing an attacker will have plenty of time to execute.”

Segerdahl and Saarinen developed a tool that could re-write the mitigation settings in memory, which would disable memory overwriting and allow them to boot from an external device that could read the target system’s memory. The researchers said cold boot attacks like this could be used to steal sensitive data like credentials or even encryption keys held in memory.

“It’s not exactly easy to do, but it’s not a hard enough issue to find and exploit for us to ignore the probability that some attackers have already figured this out,” Segerdahl said in a statement. “It’s not exactly the kind of thing that attackers looking for easy targets will use. But it is the kind of thing that attackers looking for bigger phish, like a bank or large enterprise, will know how to use.”

The researchers said cold boot attacks like this could provide a consistent way for threat actors to steal data because it works across platform. And although the researchers have shared their findings with Microsoft, Intel and Apple, mitigations are still a work in progress.

Apple claims that Macs with the T2 chip are immune to cold boot attacks — though this only includes the iMac Pro and 2018 MacBook Pro models — and suggested users with other Mac devices set a firmware password. Microsoft updated Bitlocker guidance to help users protect sensitive information.

Machine intelligence could benefit from child’s play

CAMBRIDGE — Current progress in machine intelligence is newsworthy, but it’s often talked about out of context. MIT’s Josh Tenenbaum described it this way: Advances in deep learning are powering machines to accurately recognize patterns, but human intelligence is not just about pattern recognition, it’s about modeling the world.

By that, Tenenbaum, a professor of cognitive science and computation, was referring to abilities that humans possess such as understanding what they see, imagining what they haven’t seen, problem-solving, planning, and building new models as they learn.

That’s why, in the interest of advancing AI even further, Tenenbaum is turning to the best source of information on how humans build models of the world: children.

“Imagine if we could build a machine that grows into intelligence the way a person does — that starts like a baby and learns like a child,” he said during his presentation at EmTech 2018, an emerging technology conference hosted by MIT Technology Review.

Tenenbaum called the project a “moonshot,” one of several that researchers at MIT are exploring as part of the university’s new MIT Quest for Intelligence initiative to advance the understanding of human and machine intelligence. The “learning moonshot” is a collaborative effort by MIT colleagues, including AI experts, as well as those in early childhood development and neuroscience. The hope is to use how children learn as a blueprint to build a machine intelligence that’s truly capable of learning, Tenenbaum said.

The “quest,” as it’s aptly labeled, won’t be easy partly because researchers don’t have a firm understanding for how learning happens, according to Tenenbaum. In the 1950s, Alan Turing, father the Turing test to analyze machine intelligence, presumed a child’s brain was simpler than an adult’s and that it was akin to a new notebook full of blank pages.

“We’ve now learned that Turing was brilliant, but he got this one wrong,” Tenenbaum said. “And many AI researchers have gotten this wrong.”

Child’s play is serious business

Instead, research such as that done by Tenenbaum’s colleagues suggests that newborns are already programmed to see and understand the world in terms of people, places and things — not just patterns and pixels. And that children aren’t passive learners but instead are actively experimenting, interacting with and exploring the world around them.

Imagine if we could build a machine that grows into intelligence the way a person does — that starts like a baby and learns like a child.
Josh Tenenbaumprofessor of cognitive science and computation, MIT

“Just like science is playing around in the lab, children’s play is serious business,” he said. “And children’s play may be what makes human beings the smartest learners in the known universe.”

Tenenbaum described his job as identifying insights like these and translating them into engineering terms. Take common sense, for example. Kids are capable of stacking cups or blocks without a single physics lesson. They can observe an action they’ve never seen before and yet understand the desired outcome and how to help achieve that outcome.

In an effort to codify common sense, Tenenbaum and his team are working with new kinds of AI programming languages that leverage the pattern recognition advances by neural networks, as well as concepts that don’t fit neatly into neural networks. One example of this is probabilistic inference, which enables machines to use prior events to predict future events.

Game engines open window into learning

Tenenbaum’s team is also using game engines. These are used to simulate a player’s experience in real time in a virtual world. Common game engines include the graphics engine used to design 2D and 3D images, and the physics engine, which transposes the laws of physics from the real to the virtual world. “We think they provide first approximations to the kinds of basic commonsense knowledge representation that are built into even the youngest children’s brains,” he said.

He said the game engines, coupled with probabilistic programming, capture data that helps researchers understand what a baby knows at 10 months or a year old, but the question remains: How does a baby learn how to build engines like these?

“Evolution might have given us something kind of like game engine programs, but then learning for a baby is learning to program the game engine to capture the program of their life,” he said. “That means learning algorithms have to be programming algorithms — a program that learns programs.”

Tenenbaum called this “the hard problem of learning.” To solve it, he’s focused on the easier problem of how people acquire simple visual concepts such as learning a character from a new alphabet without needing to see it a thousand times. Using Bayesian program learning, a machine learning method, researchers have been able to program machines to see an output, such as a character, and deduce how the output was created from one example.

It’s an admittedly small step in the larger landscape of machine intelligence, Tenenbaum said. “But we also know from history that even small steps toward this goal can be big.”

New Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey uncovers lack of tech adoption data

LAS VEGAS — A new report emphasized that data-driven HR is a difficult goal to achieve. And it’s even more challenging because few companies track how much employees use — or don’t use — HR applications.

The numbers from the 21st annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey illustrated the gap: Fifty-two percent of respondents indicated that HR tech influences their business decisions, but less than a quarter of those people possess data on employee buy-in, as illustrated by HR tech adoption in their organization.

“You have to know how people use your tech,” said Stacey Harris, vice president of research and analytics at Sierra-Cedar, a tech consulting and managed services firm based in Alpharetta, Ga. “[Only] 10% of organizations are measuring HR technology adoption — how their technology is being used. That’s an issue.”

She presented the findings at the HR Technology Conference here this week. TechTarget, the publisher of SearchHRSoftware, is a media partner for the event.

Michael Krupa, senior director of digitization and business intelligence at networking giant Cisco, told Harris he is not surprised by the statistics. To measure adoption, a series of detailed steps is necessary, including documenting HR users, creating metrics based on those personas and then presenting the data in dashboards. Along the way, companies must also determine who monitors adoption data.

“You have to do all that,” Krupa said. “It’s hard.”

However, there is a statistical correlation between those who successfully track HR tech adoption and a 10% increase in favorable business outcomes, Harris said.

Methods to track employee buy-in and HR tech adoption

Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey respondents indicated lots of ways to ascertain adoption and use, including the following:

  • measuring mobile and desktop logins;
  • determining average transactions completed during a period of time;
  • running Google Analytics reports;
  • tracking employee self-service volume;
  • talking to employees; and
  • receiving vendor reports on activity.

[Only] 10% of organizations are measuring HR technology adoption — how their technology is being used.
Stacey Harrisvice president of research and analytics, Sierra-Cedar

Chatham Financial, a financial advisory and technology company based in Kennett Square, Pa., tracks logins and sends out satisfaction surveys to users, said Lindsay Evans, director of talent. Chatham’s approach is to think of employees as customers.

However, Evans — who appeared with Harris and Krupa — said it is not always a bad thing to find out employees don’t use an application.

“At my company, we use a time tracker, and people hate it,” she said. “I wish we hadn’t rolled it out. It’s not really saving us a lot of time.”

Data-driven HR raises data privacy concerns

The big picture of human capital management has changed within the last 15 years. Software from back then focused on processes, whereas HR professionals now use a company’s strategy, culture and data governance to evaluate technology, Harris said.

Stacey Harris, Michael Krupa and Lindsay Evans discuss data-driven HR needs.
Stacey Harris, Michael Krupa and Lindsay Evans speak at the HR Technology Conference.

“Data is at the center of your HR technology conversation,” she added.

Broadly, data governance describes steps to ensure the availability, integrity and security of digital information. “Data governance is important, because we need to know where data is stored, how people are using it and where it’s moving,” Krupa said.

With the emphasis on data-driven HR comes the need for cybersecurity and data privacy, and the Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey uncovered an interesting twist to those duties as it concerns HRIT professionals. HRIT and HRIS roles are the top choices to handle data privacy and content security, with 48% of organizations with all-cloud HR systems using HRIT in this way.

However, for 47% of companies with on-premises HR systems, IT departments deal with data privacy and content security, while only 18% use HRIT.

“In the cloud environment, [HRIT workers] are the people standing between you and data privacy,” Harris said, adding that this rise in prominence for cloud-based HR indicates HRIT professionals are becoming more strategic in their duties.

Closing thoughts on HR cloud, mobile and spending

Beyond results on HR technology adoption, the Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey looked at a wide swath of HR tech issues, including these tidbits:

  • Cloud adoption of HR management systems continues to rise, with 68% of companies heading in that direction, compared with on-premises installations — an increase of 14% from last year’s Sierra-Cedar report.
  • Mobile HR has been adopted by 51% of organizations. So, if your company doesn’t use this tech, it lags behind, Harris said. However, this statistic came with a warning, too, as only 25% of companies have a BYOD policy, which hints at data privacy risks, she said.
  • For 2018, 42% of organizations reported plans to increase HR system spending, which is a 10% increase over 2017. “There is no return on investment with HR technology … but there is a return on value,” Harris said. “But you only get more [value] if people are using it.”

For Sale – MacBook Pros for sale: 15″ 2018 refresh and 13″ late 2013

Hi all

Slightly different advert this time!

I upgraded to the new 15″ 2018 MBP, and it’s overkill for my needs – slightly too big and the new quad core 13″ will have sufficient power and be a lot cheaper… so in the interests of being sensible here goes:

Specs in brief:
Silver 15.4″ 2018 MBP, retails at £2,699 – asking £2,200
It’s been turned on and used twice – Apple warranty until 28 August 2019. (I have the original packaging – and the brown box it came in!)
+ 6 core 2.6ghz i7
+ 512GB SSD
+ 16GB 2400Ghz RAM
+ Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and automatic graphics switching
+ Intel UHD Graphics 630

Separately, I am selling on behalf of a friend a late 2013 13″ MBP. Specs are:
Silver 13″ 2013 MBP, asking £550
+ Runs beautifully and to my eyes it’s in perfect condition (it has been repaired once, I don’t know what was repaired, but I’ve tested it for a few days and it has worked perfectly – and I am posting this ad using it)
+ Shows a cycle count of 2
+ 256SSD
+ Intel IRIS 1536mb
+ running OS X 10.9.5

As always, I prefer potential buyers to see the goods before buying, but postage is an option.

Thanks for reading, and let me know if any questions.
Mike

Price and currency: 2200 and 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash or BACS on collection preferred
Location: London
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Dell XPS 8300 / i5 2500T 2.3-3.3 GHz / 12 GB RAM / 750 GB HDD/ Windows 10 Pro

Dell XPS 8300 in VGC and full working order.

It’s a very capable bit of kit!

Intel i5 2500 Turbo Quad Core CPU 2.3 – 3.3 GHz

2 x 4 + 2 x 2 = 12 GB DDR3

250 GB SATA HDD + 500 GB SATA HDD = 750 GB

DVD-R/RW Drive

Onboard THX/HD Audio Sound

Onboard Graphics through a Display Port I think. I’ve never used it.

AMD 5450 1 GB Graphics with HD Audio (this is an older card that I recently purchased on eBay to fill the gap so I can’t guarantee it. If you don’t want it let me know and I’ll remove it before sending).

Software installed below to get you started

Windows Windows 10 Pro Activated and Updated through Microsoft upgrade program

AVG Internet Security Activated and Updated

Nero 11 Platinum

Collection is preferred but I will post if necessary.

Price and currency: £200.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer / Cash on collection
Location: Waltham Cross/EN8/UK
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For Sale – MacBook Pros for sale: 15″ 2018 refresh and 13″ late 2013

Hi all

Slightly different advert this time!

I upgraded to the new 15″ 2018 MBP, and it’s overkill for my needs – slightly too big and the new quad core 13″ will have sufficient power and be a lot cheaper… so in the interests of being sensible here goes:

Specs in brief:
Silver 15.4″ 2018 MBP, retails at £2,699 – asking £2,200
It’s been turned on and used twice – Apple warranty until 28 August 2019. (I have the original packaging – and the brown box it came in!)
+ 6 core 2.6ghz i7
+ 512GB SSD
+ 16GB 2400Ghz RAM
+ Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and automatic graphics switching
+ Intel UHD Graphics 630

Separately, I am selling on behalf of a friend a late 2013 13″ MBP. Specs are:
Silver 13″ 2013 MBP, asking £550
+ Runs beautifully and to my eyes it’s in perfect condition (it has been repaired once, I don’t know what was repaired, but I’ve tested it for a few days and it has worked perfectly – and I am posting this ad using it)
+ Shows a cycle count of 2
+ 256SSD
+ Intel IRIS 1536mb
+ running OS X 10.9.5

As always, I prefer potential buyers to see the goods before buying, but postage is an option.

Thanks for reading, and let me know if any questions.
Mike

Price and currency: 2200 and 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash or BACS on collection preferred
Location: London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
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Back to school for the first time at Wilburton Elementary |

For students and educators around the world now heading back to school, it’s a time filled with emotions and opportunities to make new friends, connect with old ones, and embark on new learning opportunities.

For one school in Bellevue, Washington, it’s been a momentous week: Wilburton Elementary opened its doors to a new community of students, parents, and educators, for the very first time. Over the past year we’ve been sharing this school’s journey, from its earliest planning stages to partnering with Wilburton to bring the Microsoft Education Transformation Framework to life every step of the way.

More than 400 Wilburton Wolves are in for an amazing year ahead, and I couldn’t be prouder of what the teams have accomplished in creating a holistically impactful environment for these students to dream big, expect more, and give back.

A framework for leadership

For Bellevue School District Superintendent Dr. Ivan Duran, the new school represents a big step forward in the transformation of learning. “Wilburton Elementary is the first school we’ve built from the ground up in over 25 years, in order to serve a fast-growing and diverse area in our district,” Superintendent Duran tells us. “The state-of-the-art campus reflects the district’s commitment to creating innovative approaches for equitable and inclusive learning, enabled by Microsoft technology. Working in partnership with Microsoft Education, we’ve created a learning environment that will give students the skills and opportunities they need to be affirmed and inspired as creators of their future world.”

What I’ve learned over the years, through our Showcase School program, is that amazing schools are the output of an incredible leader. Beth Hamilton, Wilburton’s passionate and energetic principal, is a testament to turning a vision into a real-life, fully functioning school. Hamilton has been a leading light throughout the entire project, ensuring that every detail  – from the building construction, the design of the learning environments, through to the learning approach – has placed students at the heart of every decision.

“We’re going to help each other, take risks, get things wrong,” Hamilton says. “We’re going to laugh and cry, but it’s all to make sure that we have a relevant, adaptive, and rigorous learning experience for all of our kids.”

It’s been a privilege to work alongside Beth and listen and learn along the way. And what we’ve learned throughout the journey will help inspire and educate the next generation of new schools.

The Microsoft Education Transformation Framework (ETF) has been instrumental in helping Hamilton to consider every aspect of learning and design. Across Leading and Policy, Modern Teaching and Learning, Intelligent Environments, and Technology Blueprint, we’ve trialed and tested various approaches and options to best craft this amazing new place to learn.

And the new teachers at Wilburton couldn’t be more excited.

From day one to the first day

“On day one, the teachers were excited, but tentative,” Hamilton says. “Today, they’re excited and full of energy – all because of the relationships and trust they’ve built with each other. They believe in each other; it’s the mindset we’ve created.”

Wilburton’s educators, some of them brand new, spent the summer getting their classrooms ready and investing in their own development. Leveraging the Teaching and Learning component in the ETF, along with resources like the Microsoft Educator Community, these educators participated in over 100 hours of professional development, with a focus on connecting as a team and going deep with the innovative technologies designed to take student learning and experience to the next level.

First-grade teacher Mandy Sin says, “Coming in as a first-year teacher, I’m nervous about this whole new chapter in my life, but after our PD there’s a sense of togetherness. We’re a wolf pack – a family – and it feels like whatever I do, say, or try – it’s ok.”

And all of Wilburton’s staff is looking forward to the new resources they can access – including their partnership with nearby Bellevue Botanical Garden and the school’s learning terrace, which is an indoor/outdoor environment connected to their Maker Space. It’s an area for raised gardens, creativity, community building, with all the resources of a classroom. The school is also designed with pods that create open spaces, for students in different classes to connect as a community.

Built for today, built for everyone

From the very beginning, the school was designed to consider opportunities for technology to play a key role in driving digital transformation in both the learning environments and the efficiency and effectiveness of the school and facility itself. Using the Microsoft Education Transformation Framework, they executed on a plan that identified the tools their students and educators need today, and the systems and solutions the school needs to be more productive, efficient, and secure.

Wilburton Elementary provides every student with access to a device while they are at school, where they will use Office 365 with digital inking and a stylus to support their ability to collaborate with each other and be more productive. Microsoft Teams, OneNote, Forms and more will be used throughout the school to enable learning, improve feedback and assessment, and provide more personalized learning to every student.

The school is also taking a holistic approach to accessibility and inclusion, using Microsoft Learning Tools to support every student, regardless of learning differences. STEM is considered fundamental in the curriculum, with the Maker Space leading to hands-on experiences, Minecraft and MakeCode introducing coding and creative thinking, and computer science serving as core.

 

Technology leads the way

Katherine Gorin, a 2nd grade teacher, is most excited about using technology to differentiate learning and make her classroom more inclusive and equitable. “When technology wasn’t as integrated in the classroom, it was a lot more difficult to make all the materials accessible,” she tells us, “but with technology that we’re extremely lucky to have, it’s so much easier to make sure all students have the opportunity to access what they need to be successful.”

Physical Education teacher Marnie Kazarian looks forward to bridging the connection from the classroom into the gym with technology. “I need to assess and check for understanding, and technology creates that environment where classroom teachers and I can connect to talk about health and skill concepts outside of the 40-minute class period,” she explains. “We’ll know what’s happening in both worlds and can make that connection visible to students so that they come into the gym with a focus.”

Lessons learned

Building a new school – and a new community – from the ground up has presented its share of challenges. The lessons Hamilton and her team have learned in the process apply not only to new schools, but to any school seeking to transform learning:

  1. Relationships, relationships, relationships. According to Hamilton, leading any school is all about building relationships, both within the broader school community and between teachers. “You can have all the procedures and routines figured out, but if you don’t have the relationships, it’s never going to work,” she says. “It’s the culture, climate, and relationships that staff, families, and students are creating with each other that will make the school amazing.”
  2. Less is more. The work of leading a new school requires Hamilton to wear many hats. “My Type A personality wants me to have everything in order and done,” Hamilton shares. “I’ve learned this year to focus what’s the most important – what we need to do right now – because an overwhelmed teacher is never going to be at their best.”
  3. Model the technology. Hamilton stresses that school leaders can’t just tell teachers about technology tools, they have to use them. “If you want teachers to use technology in an innovative way that is intentional and purposeful, you have to show them and model how it can be done,” says Hamilton. “And if they use it as a student, they have a better understanding of it’s potential, and they can pass that on to their students.”
  4. Throughout the journey, Wilburton leaned on the advice and support of many partners and stakeholders in the process, including Microsoft, ISTE, NPDL, Sam Labs, ST Math, Steelcase and local community partners.

Wilburton’s journey has been a learning experience for Microsoft, too. Putting innovation into practice continues to inform our products and our relationships with schools, educators, and students. We’re also excited to share the Wilburton story with the many education officials, school leaders, and educators, who visit the Microsoft Redmond campus every year. As part of our collaboration, Wilburton has a dedicated space for Microsoft to welcome those who want to learn more about the school from both students and educators.

As this part of the journey ends, another one (this time, with students!) begins, and we’ll be there every step of the way to provide support. Congratulations and best of luck to the entire Wilburton Elementary community! Thank you for an amazing journey. I am humbled that you chose Microsoft be a part of it.

Learn more about becoming a Microsoft Showcase School.

Catch up on the full Wilburton Elementary story, start to finish:

  1. Building for innovative learning: A new elementary school takes shape
  2. A new community breaks ground on creativity
  3. Staffing from scratch
  4. Professional development and the art of vulnerability
  5. The women of Wilburton Elementary are reinventing STEM for K-5
  6. Building community, one parent and one student at a time
  7. Making it personal: New approaches for inclusive learning at Wilburton Elementary

For Sale – MacBook Pros for sale: 15″ 2018 refresh and 13″ late 2013

Hi all

Slightly different advert this time!

I upgraded to the new 15″ 2018 MBP, and it’s overkill for my needs – slightly too big and the new quad core 13″ will have sufficient power and be a lot cheaper… so in the interests of being sensible here goes:

Specs in brief:
Silver 15.4″ 2018 MBP, retails at £2,699 – asking £2,200
It’s been turned on and used twice – Apple warranty until 28 August 2019. (I have the original packaging – and the brown box it came in!)
+ 6 core 2.6ghz i7
+ 512GB SSD
+ 16GB 2400Ghz RAM
+ Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and automatic graphics switching
+ Intel UHD Graphics 630

Separately, I am selling on behalf of a friend a late 2013 13″ MBP. Specs are:
Silver 13″ 2013 MBP, asking £550
+ Runs beautifully and to my eyes it’s in perfect condition (it has been repaired once, I don’t know what was repaired, but I’ve tested it for a few days and it has worked perfectly – and I am posting this ad using it)
+ Shows a cycle count of 2
+ 256SSD
+ Intel IRIS 1536mb
+ running OS X 10.9.5

As always, I prefer potential buyers to see the goods before buying, but postage is an option.

Thanks for reading, and let me know if any questions.
Mike

Price and currency: 2200 and 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash or BACS on collection preferred
Location: London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – MacBook Pros for sale: 15″ 2018 refresh and 13″ late 2013

Hi all

Slightly different advert this time!

I upgraded to the new 15″ 2018 MBP, and it’s overkill for my needs – slightly too big and the new quad core 13″ will have sufficient power and be a lot cheaper… so in the interests of being sensible here goes:

Specs in brief:
Silver 15.4″ 2018 MBP, retails at £2,699 – asking £2,200
It’s been turned on and used twice – Apple warranty until 28 August 2019. (I have the original packaging – and the brown box it came in!)
+ 6 core 2.6ghz i7
+ 512GB SSD
+ 16GB 2400Ghz RAM
+ Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and automatic graphics switching
+ Intel UHD Graphics 630

Separately, I am selling on behalf of a friend a late 2013 13″ MBP. Specs are:
Silver 13″ 2013 MBP, asking £550
+ Runs beautifully and to my eyes it’s in perfect condition (it has been repaired once, I don’t know what was repaired, but I’ve tested it for a few days and it has worked perfectly – and I am posting this ad using it)
+ Shows a cycle count of 2
+ 256SSD
+ Intel IRIS 1536mb
+ running OS X 10.9.5

As always, I prefer potential buyers to see the goods before buying, but postage is an option.

Thanks for reading, and let me know if any questions.
Mike

Price and currency: 2200 and 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash or BACS on collection preferred
Location: London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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By replying to this thread you agree to abide by the trading rules detailed here.
Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following via private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment:

  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.