About me …

Reading Time: 2 minutes I read on some blog about blogging that it is good to introduce yourself for blog audience, so here's a little article about myself. My name is Tomek Onyszko (Tomek is a short name from Tomasz) and I live in Warsaw, capitol of Poland. I work as a Consultant in local Microsoft subsidiary, mostly on … Continue reading "About me …"

Confidential bit follow-up

Reading Time: < 1 minute After my previous post about confidential bit I received great feedback through blog comment system (Thanks Jorge and Lee) and in off-line conversation on newsgroup. I’ve decided to gather this additional information in next post as an update to my original one. First of all when You want to use confidential bit for some attribute … Continue reading "Confidential bit follow-up"

OpenLDAP MA for MIIS 2003

Reading Time: < 1 minute One interesting entry showed today on the SourceForge site. Developers from kernelnetworks developed and published on SF OpenLDAP Management Agent for MIIS 2003. Quote from the project web page: (…)This project aims at providing connectivity for commercial and non-commercial applications between MIIS 2003 and OpenLDAP 2.x-based directories, allowing customers to integrate OpenLDAP 2.x into an … Continue reading "OpenLDAP MA for MIIS 2003"

How to create and use confidential attributes

Reading Time: 4 minutes Lately I have to explain to one of our customers how to create attribute in Active Directory which can be protected with additional permissions from reading its content. Such possibility was introduced in Windows 2003 SP1 but when I looked for some information to point our customer to I didn’t found much documentation so I … Continue reading "How to create and use confidential attributes"

[R] InfoWorld's IdM solutions challenge

Reading Time: < 1 minute InfoWorld invited few major providers of IdM solution to some kind of competition in IdM solution implementation. The challenge was to build IdM solution in specific scenario which involved integration of HR system, Active Directory, Exchange and Linux. Results of this challenge can be read on the Infoworld's web page.