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  • Blog Post: Can Apple, Linux, and other non-MS operating systems connect to DFS Namespaces?

    Hi all, Ned here again. I’ve been asked a few times if other operating systems can utilize DFS Namespaces running on Windows Server. It’s a sticky wicket; as a “voice of Microsoft” my statements carry a lot of weight - deserved or not. It’s not smart or ethical for me to...
  • Blog Post: Dynamic Access Control and ISV Goodness

    Hey all, Ned here with a quickie: Robert Paige just published an interesting read on Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control over at the Windows Server blog: http://blogs.technet.com/b/wincat/archive/2012/07/20/diving-deeper-into-windows-server-2012-dynamic-access-control.aspx It highlights the work...
  • Blog Post: Friday Mail Sack: The Gang’s All Here Edition

    Hi folks, Ned here again with your questions and our answers. This is a pretty long one; looks like everyone is back from vacation, winter storms, and hiding from the boss. Today we talk Kerberos, KCC, SPNs, PKI, USN journaling, DFSR, auditing, NDES, PowerShell, SIDs, RIDs, DFSN, and other random goo...
  • Blog Post: Friday Mail Sack: Robert Wagner Edition

    Hello folks, Ned here again. This week, we discuss: Computer and user name uniqueness DFSR file size matters The weird user unlock in ADUC RDC extras USMT versus full disk encryption DFSN and standalone interlink timing DFSR conflict folder growth Other stuff Things have...
  • Blog Post: I’ll take NDES in the DMZ, for 1000 Alex

    Hello. Jim here yet again to talk to you about deploying Windows Server 2008 R2 with the Network Device Enrollment Services (NDES) role in a secure perimeter network. Let's consider the scenario. You have an internal PKI hierarchy consisting of an Offline Root Certificate Authority (CA), a policy CA...