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November, 2007

  • Server 2008 and Windows Vista: Encryption Better Together

    A while back I did a blog post about some problems that were seen with people testing Windows Vista and then “rolling back” to Windows XP and some problems that could be seen when using the same computer object (also known as account) in AD. If you didn’t get a chance to read it here’s the post. What that scenario highlighted was the added level of encryption, by way of leaving behind a little of the supporting infrastructure in the msds-supported-encryptiontypes attribute value. In this post we’re going to talk about the Big Picture of the new authentication encryption available and a few things to keep in mind.
  • 2008 Certificate Web Enrollment Pages for Download

    There’s be a lot of demand for the web enrollment pages from Server 2008. For those that have contacted me directly I apologize for the trouble I’ve had getting back to everyone on these. I also know that it some people expressed frustration over having...
  • Certifiable

    For Customer Services and Support division employees at Microsoft it’s inevitable that, if you talk directly to customers at all, you will be asked whether you are certified. I’ve even heard our customers ask development folks (aka programmers) that question...