Microsoft made version 1.0 of the Microsoft Windows Vista Security Guide available on the same day the product went Release to Manufacturing. The guide provides instructions and recommendations to help strengthen the security of desktop and laptop computers running Microsoft Windows Vista in an Active Directory domain.
Vista officially got to RTM. I'm using Vista since it became Beta 2 with several upgrades on the way. Today I installed fresh Vista RTM on my laptop and I want to share few of my fresh thoughts about it. First – installation procedure. Damn, it is quick! If You remember all these installation … Continue reading "Vista RTM first impressions"
If You are developer and You have to utilize Active Directory or ADAM in Your application .NET System.DirectoryServices (S.DS) namespace is nice thing to have. It simplifies operation performed against Active Directory, hiding all COM stuff behind relatively few different classes You can use to query and modify directory objects. S.DS is nice namespace, but it still utilizes … Continue reading "More data is available exception when searching with S.DS"
Microsoft Windows Vista reached Release to Manufacturing (RTM) status today!
Sysinternals tools have new home at TechNet – if You need it now You can find at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/. With new home, new tool was added to SysInternals toolset – ProcessMonitor, which has functionality of Regmon and Filemon, plus monitoring of processes and threads in one tool
After preparing your Active Directory you're ready to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to bring the new Microsoft Exchange features to your enterprise environment. There are however a few things you need to take into account when you plan Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Roles in your Active Directory.
So I have been really scarce lately. Firstly I apologize I should have posted and let everyone know what has been happening and where I have been.
Recently my friend wrote simple app which is querying AD for some data, and he sent me LDAP filter to check – this filter was completely OK, but not very straightforward to read. Yesterday I came across similar usage of objectCategory attribute in LDAP filter, and I don't think it was used in this way … Continue reading "Few word on objectCategory usage in LDAP filters"
Just few days ago I posted few pictures taken in Warsaw in sunny day. Below is a photo taken on this Sunday morning from my flat window. Ladies and gentleman Her Majesty Winter has arrived (not for long at this time, as rain washed this snow very quickly).
Hmm … first the question? How many of readers is aware of Linked Value Replication (LVR) in Active Directory? If what I think about readers of this blog is true probably majority of readers is very aware what this is and how it works. At the end I don't have any survey site to perform such … Continue reading "Linked Value Replication – what's this about"