AzMan in Windows Vista? You bet! And “Longhorn” too!

The fourth screencast in the AzMan series by Keith Brown is now available on Channel9. It is titled, “AzMan on Windows Server Code Name “Longhorn” and Windows Vista.” Yes, developers can continue to take advantage of a new featured AzMan on these next generation client and server platforms. The AzMan product group did a significant…

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.NET Programming with System.DirectoryServices.Protocols (SDS.P)

In line with Ethan Wilansky’s previous white paper on System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory (SDS.AD), I am pleased to announce his second white paper available on MSDN that highlights the .NET 2.0 System.DirectoryServices.Protocols (SDS.P) namespace. Also, as mentioned in my previous SDS.AD blog post, with the advent of SDS.AD and SDS.P in .NET 2.0, directory services programming for the…

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Windows Authorization Manager (AzMan): The Best Kept Secret…

I don’t know how many times I’ve had someone say to me that has “discovered” AzMan that they feel it is one of the best kept secrets in Windows. However, since keeping it a secret has never been in the mind of the product team, it’s time to extend its press. Authorization Manager is a…

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.NET Programming with System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory (SDS.AD)

I am so pleased to announce a new white paper on MSDN by Ethan Wilansky that provides an introduction to the .NET 2.0 System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory (SDS.AD) namespace. With the advent SDS.AD and System.DirectoryServices.Protocols (SDS.P) in .NET 2.0, directory services programming for the managed code programmer has come of age. These rich programming APIs bring to the…

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