Calendar year 2013 wasn’t just another year in our history. It was a pivotal year. A year in which we laid the foundation for you, as our respected readers, to feel invited to check back often and enjoy the central role Active Directory plays in today’s networking infrastructures.
We’ve got a pretty solid team of bloggers. But, we’ve also found two more gentlemen willing and able to blog with us:
- Robin Gilijamse
- Sergio Kappel
In 2013 you’ve read the following blogposts most often:
- Transitioning your Active Directory to Windows Server 2008
- How to determine your Windows Server 2008 version
- Disabling IPv6 on Windows 2008
- Remotely managing your Server Core using WinRM and WinRS
- Load balancing Exchange 2010 with Citrix Netscaler using Content Switching
- Active Directory Cleanup – The Most Common Question I See
- AD Clients Not Authenticating to its Local Site
- Transitioning your Active Directory to Windows Server 2008 R2
- Add or Remove programs in Server Core
- New features in AD DS in Windows Server 2012, Part 16: Active Directory-based Activation
We’ve made a couple of technical adjustments this last calendar year:
- We’ve implemented DNS Security Extensions on the DirTeam.com domain name.
- We’ve disabled SSL v2.0, due to its inherited weaknesses in and its attack surface that may be used by the SSL BEAST (“Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS”) attack, allowing man in the middle (MITM) attacks.