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Active Directory Manager Pro version 5.0

June 24, 2014
By Razi
Active Directory Manager Pro version 5.0

Active Directory Manager Pro 5.0 brings significant enhancements to an already impressive array of capabilities. The ADM PowerShell Console allows users to create, run, save, and modify scripts. The PowerShell scripting workspace lets users create or leverage existing office365, AD, Local exchange and Exchange online. Many new compliance and governance centric features are now...

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Enterprise Identity and Governance Suite

June 23, 2014
By Razi
Enterprise Identity and Governance Suite

Enterprise Identity and Governance Portal, formally CionSystems Enterprise Self-Service, is a lightweight,easy to deploy, and simple to use Identity Management, Self Service, Delegation, and Compliance suite.Unlike more complex and expensive alternatives, there is no need to deploy multiple, dedicated,servers. CionSystems’ solutions deploy in hours, and give users and administrators a complete, fully featured solution...

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Creating mailbox enabled distribution group using CSV in ADM Pro

May 3, 2014
By admin
Creating mailbox enabled distribution group using CSV in ADM Pro

If you are looking for provisioning mailbox enabled distribution group in bulk using CSV, you can try a power feature of CionSystems ADM Pro. To use this feature, First you have to prepare a CSV file in below format. Where the first column will have the group name, then Email column that is going to...

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UserParameters attribute of a user object in Active Directory messing up the event detail in Event Viewer in Windows Server 2012.

April 23, 2014
By admin
UserParameters attribute of a user object in Active Directory messing up the event detail in Event Viewer in Windows Server 2012.

In Active Directory, userParameters attribute of a user object is used to store the terminal profile setting for a user.  Turns out that the userparameters attribute stores the terminal profile data in binary format. Yesterday, I was working on an application where there was a requirement to read the Windows Event log to get...

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CionSystems Products Are Not Vulnerable to The Heartbleed Bug

April 16, 2014
By admin

CionSystems products are not vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug: CionSystems products don’t utilize OpenSSL libraries. Note: The Heartbleed bug affects TLS connections via a vulnerability in the heartbeat Logic. CionSystems products are deployed on Microsoft IIS server, which is not affected by this exploit: http://blogs.iis.net/erez/archive/2014/04/09/information-about-heartbleed-and-iis.aspx General Information The “Heartbleed Bug” is a security flaw in OpenSSL’s TLS implementation. ...

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How to set execution policy to execute PowerShell script on Windows 7

January 18, 2014
By admin
How to set execution policy to execute PowerShell script on Windows 7

If you have not previously configured PowerShell and try to run it, it may throw a nasty error in red font to scare you, but there is an easy fix for it. PowerShell Script Error PowerShell has a number of execution modes that define what type of code it is permitted to run, this is...

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