Active Directory Adoption, Trends, and Challenges Survey

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Associated Risks of Using Active Directory

Active Directory (AD) is one of the most useful features introduced in Windows Server 2000. It is still in use today. According to this article, 95% of Fortune 500 companies … Continue reading Associated Risks of Using Active Directory

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Best Practices for Active Directory Maintenance

There is an inverse correlation between security and convenience.  The more security layers, the lower the user experience. No security layers and you’re inviting extreme inconvenience. Security done wrong is … Continue reading Best Practices for Active Directory Maintenance

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Using Powershell For Active Directory Maintenance

A lot of companies are using Active Directory (AD) for their network access permission. It has evolved from its original form since 1999. Today, we have federations, certificate services, lightweight … Continue reading Using Powershell For Active Directory Maintenance

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Pros and Cons of Domain-Joining VMware Hosts

VMware environments have been using Active Directory (AD) permission services for a long time. It makes sense for any server cluster already using AD-based for authentication to simply add VMware … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Domain-Joining VMware Hosts

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Understanding Groups in Active Directory

Active Directory simplifies permission management by “Grouping” objects and users. A small company may think that it does not need to “group” its members, but I’m quite sure that the … Continue reading Understanding Groups in Active Directory

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