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Road Map for an Application/Software Security Architect (Part 1)

April 9, 2010
By admin

With the level of security concerns about security, it is interesting that there is not more concern with a holistic focus on application security. Numerous articles are citing chilling statistics about security breaches, with the majority (some use the figure of 80%) being related to applications. It is not for lack of information as...

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Windows Server 2008 R2 Recycle Bin (Part 1)

March 2, 2010
By Liviu Siteanu

Had a very interesting conversation about the new Server 2008 R2 version. Most IT admins know it’s been updated with new features, and the one question that usually comes up is- “Doesn’t this mean I won’t need third party apps?” Well, no, you still do. Really. For example, let’s look at one of these new features,...

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CionSystems Releases New Version of its Active Directory Manager Pro

January 13, 2010
By admin

We released the newest version of its application, Active Directory Manager Pro, which works with Microsoft Windows Server® 2008 R2 to offer customers enhanced security, as well as innovative user interface features and reliability improvements. The Active Directory Manager Pro is an affordable and comprehensive web-based application that greatly improves and automates User Provisioning,...

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Removing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

December 2, 2009
By admin

As Sharepoint becomes mainstream, sometimes is nice to remember the little things. Recently we had a case where we had to do just that. We removed Sharepoint Services 3.0 and reinstaled it, only to notice the same info on the webpage. We did a little digging and came across an article from Microsoft pointing...

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Group Policy Settings References for Windows Server

September 14, 2009
By Liviu Siteanu

Microsoft policy settings for computer and user configurations included in the Administrative template files delivered with the Windows operating systems specified. You can configure these policy settings when you edit Group Policy objects (GPOs). These spreadsheets include the following categories of security policy settings: Account Policies (Password Policy, Account Lockout Policy, and Kerberos Policy),...

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Real Time Event Notifications

September 11, 2009
By Liviu Siteanu

IT admins don’t want small problems to snowball into an issue that can cause severe damage to a company’s infrastructure and Active Directory. They need a robust alert mechanism which identifies any threats in REAL TIME.  Most IT organizations are unaware of the changes until something breaks. This leads to downtime, loss of productivity,...

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