Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Friday Mail Sack: Newfie from the Grave Edition

    Heya, Ned here again. Since this another of those catch up mail sacks, there’s plenty of interesting stuff to discuss. Today we talk NSPI, DFSR, USMT, NT 4.0 (!!!), Win2008/R2 AD upgrades, Black Hat 2010, and Irish people who live on icebergs. Faith and Begorrah! NSPI max sessions per...
  • Blog Post: RSA SecurID Do Over

    Ned here. If you are using RSA SecurID, you’re probably aware they were compromised several months ago . You may also have heard that since then, hackers have been using that stolen info to attack or compromise various organizations. What you may not know is RSA is now issuing replacement tokens...
  • Blog Post: Mapping One Smartcard Certificate to Multiple Accounts.

    Good morning world, Paul Fragale here to bring you the latest trend in smart card logon requests. Some people have been reading on our TechNet pages, such as Smart Card Authentication Changes , about the ability to allow users to have one smart card, one certificate on that smart card, and map to multiple...
  • Blog Post: Friday Mail Sack: It’s a Dog’s Life Edition

    Hi folks, Ned here again with some possibly interesting, occasionally entertaining, and always unsolicited Friday mail sack. This week we talk some: DNS partition absence Controlling DCDIAG event messaging Inventorying SYSVOL replication architecture Weird WMI DFSR volume paths Tightening...
  • Blog Post: Certificate Authority disaster recovery steps when smartcard logon is required but no valid CRL can be published

    [Editor’s note: this is a reprinted post from the AD Troubleshooting Blog . If you’re not already a subscriber to that blog, you absolutely need to add it to your feed. Ingolfur is a Sr. Support Escalation Engineer in Sweden and a very smart dude - with rather odd hair - who deserves your attention....
  • Blog Post: Friday Mail Sack: No Redesign Edition

    Hello folks, Ned here again. Today we talk PDCs, DFSN, DFSR, AGPM, authentication, PowerShell, Kerberos, event logs, and other random goo. Let’s get to it. PDCE and user auth DFSR full mesh recommendations Access Denied when delegating Kerberos Clearing Event Logs en mass Where...