Most people spend the short days and long nights of December with loved ones. At Microsoft, December is a vacation month for a lot of employees as the end of December marks the first half of the fiscal year and targets have mostly been met. For the Active Directory team, however, December marked the fourth … Continue reading "Active Directory-related KnowledgeBase articles for December 2011"
It’s not very uncommon for Microsoft to issue a patch for a problem in Active Directory technologies (including Active Directory Domain Services, Lightweight Directory Services, Certificate Services, Rights Management Services, Federation Services and Group Policy). In this blog post, let’s look at some statistics
On Tuesday November 13, 2011 Microsoft, in its monthly Patch Tuesday, released a Security Bulleting addressing an issue with Active Directory. To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker would first need to acquire credentials to log on to an Active Directory domain. An attacker could then run a specially crafted application that could exploit the vulnerability … Continue reading "MS11-095 Vulnerability in Active Directory could allow Remote Code Execution (Important)"
A big month! The Active Directory team has been busy documenting and getting rid of a couple of bugs. Also, a lot of existing KnowledgeBase articles were upgraded to version 2.0.
Microsofts new fiscal year started on July 1st. In the first month of Fiscal Year 2012, Microsoft released seven Active Directory-related KnowledgeBase articles. Read on for some interesting tidbits on Active Directory and find out if you’ve been gentle to your Active Directory
In June 2011, Microsoft introduced a couple of KnowledgeBase articles, concering Active Directory Domain Controllers. Below is the list of knowledge you should be aware of per this month, since they might impact the way you manage your Domain Controllers
This month, Microsoft released a couple of KnowledgeBase articles, related to Active Directory. Some of these articles provide guidance on typical Active Directory management tasks, where other articles intend to fix inconsistent behaviour.