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  • Blog Post: Tracking User Environment Creation

    In my soliloquy of AD logon you heard some broad generalities intended to give a general understanding of the intended design and how it all fits together. In this post I hope to give you a more detailed idea of how it works. How to enable user environment debug logging in retail builds of Windows...
  • Blog Post: Soliloquy for AD Logon

    Some readers may scoff a little when I talk about how under appreciated the whole Active Directory scheme is. Not schem a but scheme. I’m talking about the entire client and server interaction and how they work together to provide all of the distributed services that make up Active Directory and user...
  • Blog Post: Vista, Client Side Caching, and Office...

    We have a lot of folks out there who use client side caching as a way to have consistent copies of the work they do as they travel and are not always well-connected to their corporate networks. If you redirect a folder like My Documents, such as via group policy, having a copy of the user’s data...
  • Blog Post: All The Logging In The World

    There’s normal troubleshooting and then there’s the stuff you do when the basic troubleshooting doesn’t get things resolved. Normal troubleshooting can be things like selecting “last known good” on a reboot after installing a new driver and having a blue screen. Or perhaps uninstalling and then reinstalling...