Not Found

No results were found for your request.

Blog Archives

Identity and access management

March 21, 2009
By admin

Access control is often discussed as part of identity and access management (IAM). This is a market that has grown during the past few years thanks to more and more organizations wanting to satisfy compliance requirements. Better access control is needed- not just for compliance, but also to address vulnerabilities and safeguard against malicious...

Read more »

Configuring Wireless settings with Group Policy

March 10, 2009
By admin

Active Directory can be used to manage Wireless configurations and can really help remote users leverage wireless. I recently read a great article about this on TechRepublic and although Derek is using the GPMC, other third party applications like the Active Directory Manager can be used for Group Policy creation and management.

Read more »

Managing disk capacity

March 4, 2009
By admin

It is difficult for an IT administrator to keep a constant vigil on the available disk space for their file and print servers. This becomes critical if the servers host Exchange and SQL because running out of disk space can cause Exchange and other database-dependent application to fail. Email is a business-critical application, and anything affecting...

Read more »

Security and Flexibility in the corporate IT environment

January 15, 2009
By admin

IT managers have a tough job ahead of them. Having to keep the company’s workstations and servers secure and at the same time providing a flexible work (technology) environment that will handle exceptions as they come up.  It’s a tall order. The first instinct is to make the workstation so secure that it’s unusable....

Read more »

Testing your Domain Controler

December 4, 2008
By admin

If you’re in charge of the infrastructure at your work you probably deployed your share of DCs. Let’s say you’re about to deploy 2 more at a new site. Microsoft recommends they both be Global Catalogue Servers. You get everything to work just fine- and then someone starts adding more and more users- until...

Read more »

Server 2008 and Terminal Services

November 11, 2008
By admin

Quick note on some new improvements in Server 2008 vs 2003/2000 that some people may still not be aware of. Some or all of these may provide a compelling reason to migrate.   Server 2008 includes enhancements to many current Windows Server features. Terminal Services is one of them. In Windows Server 2008 it...

Read more »