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64bit Directory Synchronization Tool is here
When you, as an organization, are looking at Microsoft’s Office 365 you will be faced with a choice in identity management. You can use online accounts, synchronize accounts between your on-premise infrastructure and Office 365 and you can synchronize Read More...
Active Directory Federation Services 2.0 is here
Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) 2.0, part of the federation platform codenamed ‘Geneva’, has been released to the web today! ADFS helps IT enable users to collaborate across organizational boundaries and easily access applications on-premises Read More...
10 years of Active Directory
While last year, Jorge mentioned the 10 year anniversary of a production deployed Active Directory domain , today DirTeam is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Active Directory as a released product. The first deployed Active Directory domain According Read More...
An early look at new Active Directory features
Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 include new features in Active Directory, that were announced and explained at Microsoft’s Tech∙Ed Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) conference for IT Professionals in Barcelona (Spain) from November 3rd, 2008 Read More...
Active Directory benefits at home
Some of the people that managed to stay awake while listening to Bill Gates CES Keynote speech heard him unveiling Microsoft plans for Windows Home Server. I've been digging into this product, which many people referred to as "Quattro" and more recently Read More...
Don't get stuck with SUS
As some of you might already have read Microsoft will stop delivering updates to SUS servers on wednesday December 6, 2006 This effectively gives it's administrators exactly six days to get their act together for patch tuesday on December 12, 2006. Read More...