Exchange Server 2007 and the Active Directory, Part 5

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 has a new trick up its sleeve in combination with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Windows Mobile 6: Exchange AutoDiscover Service. You can use this feature with your Domain Naming System (DNS) implementation, but this feature is even more functional when used in conjunction with Active Directory. (Just like everything you use in your daily life…)

Error after applying BitLocker schema extensions

New KB article 932862 was published yesterday to discuss issues which may occur after applying BitLocker schema extensions in Active Directory forest under some conditions. As this KB states: (…) This problem occurs if the following conditions are true: • The Active Directory domain that includes the BitLocker Drive Encryption schema updates contains Windows Server … Continue reading "Error after applying BitLocker schema extensions"

BitLocker(ed)

Are You using some methods of securing data on Yours laptop hard drive? EFS anyone? I'm curious how many of readers are using TrueCrypt? Until today I've used TrueCrypt as  a solution for secure file storing on my laptop machine. TrueCrypt is really cool tool. It gives You good usability, strong encryption and ability to … Continue reading "BitLocker(ed)"

Deploying and managing FireFox centrally

As an IT Professional you might get the question to deploy Mozilla's FireFox browser on the workstations of your users. I must admin FireFox is a pretty good product and Mozilla does a good job building and promoting it. In fact: In my opinion it's the only company I know that effectively took on a … Continue reading "Deploying and managing FireFox centrally"

Deploying Exchange Server 2007

Microsoft today released a couple of documents to aid in the deployment of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. These Microsoft Word compatible documents (no XPS documents this time) provide descriptions and overviews of features, guidelines for planning, and steps for deploying an Exchange 2007 organization. They correspond with the predefined four supported deployment scenarios.