Monthly Archives: December 2005
For all reading this blog, and all of my friend and family across the world. have a splendid night tonight, lets make this new 2006 year even better then this 2005 was. I hope I will have more time to put here some interesting information and I really hope I will have in 2006 more […]
Just after Christmas another gift came out from Microsfot- ADAM SP1 war released for download. ADAM SP1 is integrated with standard setup package which installs ADAM service. At this moment it is available for x86 and x64 platforms, english language only.
Marry Christmas (or Happy Holidays, or … ) for all the readers of this blog (I hope there are any 🙂 ). Silent and peacefull Christmas and Hapy New Year (may be not very silent 🙂 on New Year’s Eve) but You have to have a lot of fun. All best wishes to You and […]
Kim Cameron in his blog published information about WS-Federation toolkit developed for Apache 2.0 by Ping Identity as a part of their SecureID project. This toolkit extends usage of ADFS to application developed in Java, Perl or PHP running on Apache 2.0 platform. In this way users can gain access to applications hosted on Apache […]
Problem with too “fat” security token in Windows 2000\2003 AD infrasructure is known from long time. In basic words – security token is access token generated for each user during the logon process. In the process of building this token all SIDs for security groups user belongs too are added to this token. But hey […]
I’m not MIIS expert, as I started working with MIIS projects few months ago, so maybe I will not post very advanced posts regarding MIIS in short time but I want to share with some field experience I had with MIIS. Today I want to give some hints about three problems one can came across […]
Internet2 is a consortium being led by 207 universities working in partnership with industry and government to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow’s Internet. (that’s from their site 🙂 ) Internet2 consortium made an announcement that Internet2 middleware software project Shibboleth will colaborate with Microsoft to enable support […]
Some posts on ActiveDir.org mailing list reminds me about a topic I discussed some time ago with few peoples regarding using .local DNS suffix in AD domain environment. In fact there is nothing wrong with this particular suffix, it can be used and it is widely used in examples, and as far as I know […]
As we can read on Steven’s Bink web site, and also other sources 🙂 Windows 2003 R2 went into RTM stage now. Go R2 Team :), we are (are we?) ready to use it.
New KB article came out few days ago regarding possibility of backup failure on Windows 2003 SP1 DCs in specific configuration. Specific configuration means different location for neither DIT file or database logs file if one of this elements is located also on the system drive. So both (DIT and logs) on different drives are […]