Exchange Server 2007 and the Active Directory, Part 1

I’ve been looking at Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Beta 2 today and the way it interoperates with the Active Directory. It won’t come as a surprise to see that Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 still relies on the Active Directory as its directory service (like Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003) but there … Continue reading "Exchange Server 2007 and the Active Directory, Part 1"

Using ADFS with Content Management Server 2002

Maybe CMS 2002 is not most popular content management software in the world but some people are using it in the real world. This is a case with our customer here who will deploy web application based on CMS 2002 in his network. This company maintains two separated AD forests, one is internal forest for … Continue reading "Using ADFS with Content Management Server 2002"

Living in the multi language world is though (at least for some of us)

OK, I must admit – I live in a strange country where we are using this all fancy characters called diacritical characters. If You would spot some Polish text on the Internet, You will notice some fancy characters like ą,ś,ł etc. In early computer age time (which was a little later then outside of Eastern … Continue reading "Living in the multi language world is though (at least for some of us)"

Dynamic objects aka why You should upgrade to Windows 2003 SP1 if You haven’t done it yet

Today I finally arrived into office after long time being on-site at customer’s office and I had some time to read blog feeds I’m subscribed to. One of my ‘must read’ blogs is Joe’s blog and I’ve noticed some new entries there. Among them on which I found very interested, and everyone who is still … Continue reading "Dynamic objects aka why You should upgrade to Windows 2003 SP1 if You haven’t done it yet"