• invocation ID

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  • Top tools for user profile management

    You can manage profiles with Active Directory or the tools built into your VDI software, but third-party options from AppSense, RES software and Liquidware Labs offer more features and can reduce storage needs.

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  • Integrating biometric authentication with Active Directory

    Integrating biometrics with an existing enterprise IAM architecture was once a trying task, but it's much easier today because many biometrics products are designed to work hand in hand with Active Directory. Joel Dubin explains what Active Directory can do and how financial organizations can make...

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  • Would you consider an LDAP or Active Directory replacement?

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  • Solving data consistency problems from Active Directory tombstones

    Active Directory tombstones can cause problems with data consistency. Domain controllers need to be backed up as often as tombstones, if not more.

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  • Ditching AD for cloud authentication and identity management services

    Active Directory can no longer hold down the identity management services fort. You need cloud-based authentication and identity services to step in.

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  • How the DC locator works in Active Directory

    The DC locator depends heavily on DNS to not only locate a domain controller with the right role but also to locate one that will be efficient.

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  • Administer AD users and computers in another forest or domain

    Administer AD Users and Computers in another Forest or Domain with this tip.

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  • Active Directory tops the list of hot Windows Server 2008 R2 features

    IT pros are more excited about the new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2008 R2 than anything else, including Hyper-V with live migration

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  • Foreign security principals and the Active Direcory architecture

    This is the third of eight articles by contributor Dean Wells that dissect the Active Directory architecture. This article will further explain how foreign security principals and the Infrastructure Master are critical to the AD architecture.

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