Remove the "bubba" local user account. Open Computer Management, click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Computer Management. Click the Local Users and Group folder. Double-click the Users folder. Right-click on the "bubba" user and select Delete. The vulnerability is not present if the user "bubba" does not exist.
Remove all entries in the RAID Manager program for unwanted notification servers in the RaidNLst.ser file. Go to the Start menu and select Programs. Launch the ServeRAID Manager. Go to the Actions menu, select Configure ServeRAID Agent, and select Notifications. In the new window, right click the row for each undesired RAID Management server and select Delete System. Close the application. There is no need to reboot. Upon exiting the program, a new RaidNLst.ser file is created with no references to any IP addresses. Do not simply delete the file without modifying the configuration via the program, as a new RaidNLst.ser file is created which contains the reference to the manufacturer’s address again. The vulnerability is not present if unwanted notification servers are not present in the RaidNLst.ser file.
Set the RAID Management service to local to turn off listening on port 34571. Go to the Start menu, point to Settings, move the cursor to Control Panel, and select Services. Select ServeRAID Management Service and change the properties to Disabled. Then go to the Start menu and select Programs. Launch the ServeRAID Manager and go to the File menu tab. Select User Preferences and click on the Remote Access Settings tab. Under Startup Mode, check the Local Only checkbox. Click OK, and then at the resulting dialog box, click OK again. Close the application. There is no need to reboot. The vulnerability is not present if the RAID Management service is set to local.
After initial installation, to ensure the Cisco Unity Server does not send multiple DHCP requests and properly resolves its IP Address, either assign a static IP address or local address for the DHCP server. Cisco Unity server documentation discourages using DHCP for the server, recommending Cisco Unity Servers always use static IP addresses. Multiple DHCP requests will not be sent to the manufacturer's server if the Cisco Unity server is functioning with an IP address.